Dr. Yves Solis, a Mexican national of French origin, is currently a research professor at the Prepa Ibero, Mexico City Campus. He is a member of the Commission for Historical Studies of the Church in Latin America and the Caribbean CEHILA. He obtained his doctorate in Social Sciences with a specialty in History-Religious, Political and Cultural History from the University Jean Moulin Lyon 3. He also earned a Doctorate in Social and Cultural History from the Autonomous University of the State of Morelos, in Mexico. In 2019, as part of the COMEXUS Fulbright-Garcia Robles, he was a visiting Scholar at the School of Arts and Sciences of the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC. His research work mainly focuses on Religion in Contemporary Mexico. (Catholic Diversity, Political Issues, Religious Disclosure in Digital Social Network). He has publications in books, magazines, and newspapers from Mexico, France, and the U.S. He currently works on two lines of research related to the theme of the History of the Catholic Church in Mexico: Catholic Church, State and Civil Society in Mexico and the “U” or Catholics and secret societies. He is co-hosting the Church, State, and Society Research Seminar sponsored by IMDOSOC. He also is co-hosting the Reserved Societies and Secret Catholic Groups in the 20th and 21st Centuries Seminar of the Social Investigation Institute of the National Autonomous University of Mexico. Together with Dr. Torres Septién, he coordinated the La dimensión religiosa de los conflictos políticos (UAM, México, 2018). In collaboration with Dr. Carpio, he edited Religión y Migración (Universidad Iberoamericana 2019). In 2018 he was the lead editor of: Sociedades secretas clericales y no clericales en México en el siglo XX (Universidad Iberoamericana).


Journal: MEΘEXIS Journal of Research in Values and Spirituality

Year of Publication: 2022

Issue: Vol. II, No. 1

Title: Mexico and Paradox of Boundaries


Author Affiliation:

Prepa Ibero Ciudad de México

Alvaro Obregon, Mexico City