(MEXICO) Adrián Muñoz is an Indologist, poet and translator. He works as a researcher at the Centro de Estudios de Asia y África at El Colegio de México, where he has been academic coordinator of the Master's degree program . He is currently director of the journal Estudios de Asia y África. His main research interests are the history and literature of yoga, South Asian religious movements, and comparative literature.
He is the author of several academic articles, as well as the books The Tiger Skin and the Serpent: The Identity of the Nath Yogis through their Legends (2010), Blake's Satanic Verses (2011), Hathayoga Radiography (2016) and, co-authored with Gabriel Martino, The Minimal History of Yoga (2019). With David Lorenzen, he co-edited the volume Yogi Heroes and Poets: Histories and Legends of the Naths (New York, 2012). He was also a contributing translator on Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, edited by María Enriqueta González Padilla (republished in 2011).
He has also published the poetry collection Kintsugi (2019) and individual literary pieces in the journals Periódico de poesía (UNAM), Otros diálogos (El Colegio de México), Nocturnario. Revista de creación literaria, Etcétera (Mexico City), Arca de literatura y filosofía, the Boletín de El Colegio de México, Parlamento popular (Morelia, Michoacán), Opción (ITAM), Emprendedores (Facultad de Contaduría de la UNAM) and Ato (Belo Horizonte, Brazil).