My research explores cycling and walking practices in Central Mexico as well as the ways in which urban infrastructure enables and restricts non-motorized transportation.
Aryana Soliz is a doctoral candidate in Sociology and Anthropology at Concordia University. For twelve years she worked as a project coordinator for various non-profit organizations in Canada and in Latin America. In 2017, she helped co-found the Concordia Ethnography Lab, an interdisciplinary initiative aimed at promoting innovative ethnographic research. Her doctoral research focuses on cycling infrastructures and mobility justice in small and intermediate cities. Her research has been funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.
Aryana Soliz: rethinking urban transportation
Aryana's blog posts
Why everyday histories matter to critical cartography. Read more
Bring a greater sense of ease to the writing process. Read more
Transportation has become an eminent — and in many cases sensitive — topic in Montreal. Read more
Imagination is essential for social researchers, both to thinking critically about our everyday lived experiences as well as to re-envisioning the world in more equitable ways. Read more