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Alex Brandli's work focuses on queer activist networks in Mexico and the United States from the 1970s until today. His work asks us to think critically about the impact of Mexican activists on global queer movements, particularly health-related activism. His research interests have expanded to engage with archive theories, particularly how they relate to activist-run archives. 

Alex received a Fulbright Garcia-Robles Dissertation Research Fellowship and is currently still based in Mexico City.