Luis H. Gómez Ordóñez is professor and researcher at the School of Psychology, School of Sociology and Institute of Latin American Studies at the National University (Universidad Nacional), Costa Rica. He is author of the books “Desarrollo local: Universidad y actores locales”(Heredia, UNA, 2010), “The language of birds. International poetry anthology.” (Taskent, TAFAKKUR» нашриёти Тошкент, 2011), “La escuela en cuestionamiento: diálogos sobre la resistencia escolar en procesos pedagógicos emergentes” (San José, Arlekin, 2013), “Hegemonía cultural y políticas de la diferencia” (Buenos Aires, CLACSO, 2013), and contributed to the “Handbook of Critical Psychology” (London, Routledge, 2015). He is also co-editor with Glenn Adams, Ludwin Molina, Tugce Kurtis and Ignacio Dobles of the special issue “Decolonizing Psychological Science” in the “Journal of Social and Political Psychology” (US). He has also published in Societal and Political Psychology International Review (France), Cahiers de Psychologie Politique (France) and Revista Gestão & Políticas Públicas (Brazil). He belongs to the Editorial Boards of Journal of Social and Political Psychology (US), “Ensayos Pedagógicos” (Costa Rica), and was a member of the Costa Rican Collective of Liberation Psychology and the Work Group “Culture and Power” (CLACSO). He is currently member of the Group of Critical Thought, The Latin American Alliance of Critical Studies about Development and The Decolonial Studies Group. He is interested in Liberation psychology, Critical psychology, Epistemology of social science, Decolonial turn, Cultural studies, Critical development studies, Latin American studies and Critical pedagogy.
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