Carolina Sanz de la Fuente (BA (Magna Cum Laude), MPhil (Cum Laude), School of Divinity Scholarship Award)

Thesis title: The Transhumanist Dilemma and the 21st-century Human-Machine Pathos

Qualifications

MPhil in Philosophy, Cum Laude

Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City, Mexico (Aug/2016 - Sept/2018).

BA in Humanities and Social Sciences, Magna Cum Laude

Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Mexico City, Mexico (Aug/2007 - Dec/2011). 

Responsibilities & affiliations

  • Website Developer, Thinking the Future of Money in the Humanities, The University of Edinburgh (Dec - 2023).
  • Website Developer, Centre for Theology and Public Issues, School of Divinity, The University of Edinburgh (Sept - Nov 2023).
  • Website Developer Assistant, School of Divinity, The University of Edinburgh (Nov/2022 - May/2023).
  • Assistant of "New College Festival of Books and Belief", School of Divinity, The University of Edinburgh (Aug- Nov/2022).
  • Secretary of New College Postgraduate Committee, School of Divinity, The University of Edinburgh  (2021-2022).
  • Postgraduate research group, Scholars at the Peripheries at The University of St. Andrews (Sep/2020-March/2022).

Undergraduate teaching

University of Edinburgh, U.K. – tutor

  • Ethics and Society (Semester 2, 2023-2024)
  • Popular Religion, Women and Witchcraft in Early Modern Europe (Semester 1, 2022-2023)
  • Religion, Violence and Peacebuilding (Semester 2, 2021-2022)
  • Popular Religion, Women and Witchcraft in Early Modern Europe (Semester 1, 2021-2022)

Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Mexico  lecturer

  • Transhumanism, Ethics and Technology (2020)
  • Applied Ethics (2019)

Postgraduate teaching

University of Edinburgh, U.K.  teaching assistant

  • History of Science and Religion (Jan/2023–March/2023)

Research summary

Carolina's interests span ethics, philosophy, theology and its relation to new technologies. 

Current research interests

Carolina is currently working on transhumanism, technology, and the GNR revolutions' ethical implications.

Affiliated research centres

Current project grants

School of Divinity Scholarship Award from the University of Edinburgh.

Past project grants

Scholarship from the Mexican National Science and Technology Council (CONACYT).

Conference details

International Conference, American Academy of Religion, San Antonio, United States of America.

International Conference, European Academy of Religion, Bologna, Italy.

International online Conference, Scholars at the Peripheries at The University of St. Andrews.

Invited speaker

“The Transhumanist's AI in Conversation with Radical Orthodoxy”, International Conference, American Academy of Religion, San Antonio, United States of America (20/11/2023).

“The Transhumanist Singularity: A blended narrative”, International Conference, European Academy of Religion, Bologna, Italy (23/06/2022).

“The Transhumanist Paradox within Singulitarianism”, International online Conference, Scholars at the Peripheries at The University of St. Andrews, U.K. (02/08/2021).

Organiser

International online Conference, Scholars at the Peripheries at The University of St. Andrews.