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Cristina Costa, Dr

Assistant Professor at Durham University

Cristina Costa is Assistant Professor in the School of Education at Durham University. She has a strong interest in educational and digital practices and inequalities. She particularly interested in exploring the intersection of education and emergent social phenomena through different social theory lenses.  In the last few years she has conducted research on digital literacies and digital inequalities, curriculum innovation and digital scholarship practices. She is co-editor of the Social Theory Applied blog/website and has recently been appointed co-convenor of the BERA ‘Social Theory’ SIG. You can find more about her academic activity on her institutional


Cristina Costa's contributions

BERA SIG Convenors

2021 Newsletters BERA SIG Convenor Newsletter – May BERA SIG Convenor Newsletter – April (sent individually via email) BERA SIG Convenor Newsletter – December BERA SIG Convenor Newsletter...

Social Theory and Education

The Social Theory and Education SIG aims to support and develop theoretically informed educational research, to engage with and facilitate new social theory and to explore the relationships...

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