Professor Zambrano is a Social Anthropologist who received his PhD from the Universidad de Sevilla, Spain and his MA in Social Studies of Science and Technology from the Universidad de Salamanca. He is a professor at the Universidad de Cadiz and a recognized expert in the field of cultural diversity and human rights, in addition to having extensive research and practical experience in the field of mediation and prevention. He has researched, published, and taught undergraduate, graduate, and PhD programs and has participated in various R&D project as a researcher in cultural diversity, social policy, indigenous peoples, collective memory, legal anthropology, and community social work.
- “Political Axes of cultural Diversity” (2006);
- “Pluralism, Rights and Cultural Diversity” (2007)
- “Preventive Function of the Office of the Attorney General of the Nation” (2008)
- “Transformations of the Social State in Latin America” (2011)
- “Law, gender and cultural diversity” (2013)
- “Housing and social intervention” (2016).