Research Visitors

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Dr Sandro Bortolazzo

Dr Sandro Bortolazzo is a Brazilian educational researcher with an interest in Digital Culture and Cultural Pedagogies. Sandro is a Post-Doctoral Visiting fellow, developing the concept of Digital Pedagogies which thinks beyond the formal education processes and use of technologies, but is situated as the expression of a set of cultural transformations operated by the mobile devices and technological landscapes that are governing our lives. Sandro completed his PhD in Cultural Studies and Education in 2015 studying the representation of a Digital Generation through media narratives.

Hamideh Farahbakhsh

Hamideh Farahbakhsh, is a Ph.D. Candidate in Philosophy of Education at the University of Tehran, Iran. Hamideh started her Ph.D in 2014 and her thesis topic is "Criticizing and Reconstructing  Pierre Bourdieu's View of the Relation between Education and Culture Examined from the Perspective of Agency". Hamideh has an M.A. in Philosophy of Education at The Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, Iran and a B.A. in English Translation at The Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, Iran.

Charlotte Lloyd

Profile photo of Charlotte LloydCharlotte Lloyd was a Visiting Fellow at the Institute for Culture and Society during 2016 as part of her dissertation fieldwork on Australia's Reconciliation Action Plan program advised by Professor Tim Rowse. Her mixed methods research focuses on how symbolic and cultural boundaries are related to structural inequality within organisations and communities. Charlotte visited ICS as a PhD candidate in the Department of Sociology at Harvard University, where her dissertation committee includes Associate Professor Jocelyn Viterna (chair), Professor Michele Lamont, and Assistant Professor Bart Bonikowski.

Dr Juan Carlos Zavala

Profile photo of Dr Juan Carlos ZavalaDr Juan Carlos Zavala was a Visiting Fellow working at the Institute for Culture and Society from mid-2014 to mid-2016. Dr Zavala's postdoctoral research is on 'Concepts of self from perspectives of biology, semiotics and complexity: Emergent patterns in Mayan and urban Mexican children'. He worked on this project during his time at the Institute, with Professor Bob Hodge and Dr Gabriela Coronado as his mentors. Dr Zavala came to ICS from the Faculty of Sciences, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM).... Read more .

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