What space gives us is simultaneous heterogeneity; it holds out the possibility of surprise; it is the condition of the social in the widest sense, and the delight and the challenge of that (Massey, D. 2005:105)

What space gives us is simultaneous heterogeneity; it holds out the possibility of surprise; it is the condition of the social in the widest sense, and the delight and the challenge of that (Massey, D. 2005:105)

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Eduarda Ferreira is a researcher of CICS.NOVA – Interdisciplinary Centre of Social Sciences, at FCSH/NOVA, Portugal. With a background on Educational Psychology, a master degree on e-Learning Management Systems and a PhD on Social and Cultural Geography, her research interests are geographies of sexualities, ICT in education, geospatial web, digital inclusion, and gender equality. She is a member of diverse research projects, e.g. Net Children Go Mobile and EU Kids Online, and a fouding member of REGGSILA – Iberian and Latin American Network of Geography, Gender and Sexuality. She has published and presented on gender and sexualities, digital technologies and education.

Recent research: Posdoc project Gender@ICT: gaps, co-production and equity

CONTACT

e.ferreira@fcsh.unl.pt

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Ciência ID
1810-7B81-3F8F

ORCID iD
0000-0001-7482-9362

Massey, D. (2005). For Space (1st ed.). SAGE Publications Ltd.