Ángel J. Gordo López

Fellow 2022/2023

▌▌▌Professor at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
▌▌▌Ph.D. fron The University of Manchester.

He is co‑, of Teknokultura. Journal of Digital Culture and Social Movements, (foundational) member of Cibersomosaguas Research Group and member of the Discourse Unit.

Doctor in Psychology from the University of Manchester, he was a Lecturer at the University of Bradford (1994-1999) and Research Fellow in the Discourse Unit (1995-1997), a collaborative Centre which support a variety of qualitative and theoretical research projects based in Manchester (now at the University of Manchester). He has been visiting professor at the Universidad de Puerto Rico, Universidad Central de Caracas, in Western Nepean University (Sydney), the Free University of Berlin and more recently in la Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana in Medellín.  He  is the founder of the research group Cultura Digital y Movimientos Sociales. Cibersomosaguas (2002-presente).

Ángel Gordo’s background is in social psychology, philosophy, sociology and cultural studies, and a strong emphasis on advanced qualitative methodologies and research strategies allows him to combine academic rigor and methodological innovation to translate social rights and values into assessment and analysis of everyday technological issues and social relations. 

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