Danna Galván Hernández


I am a second year PhD student in the Social Psychology Department if the University of Granada.  I was beneficiary of an FPI contract (in the R&D project “Alliance processes in coping with threats to identity and perceived control (ALIADXS)”, REF: PID2019-111549GB-I00) and I am currently beneficiary of an FPU contract. My research is focused in social disadvantaged intergroup dynamics to promote social change. Moreover, my work has been centered in exploring the underlying dynamics of the collaboration (or separation) between feminist and LGBTIQA+ movement in Spain. I have carried out a research stay in the University of Queensland (Australia).

I’m very interested in the dissemination of academic knowledge to the general population, and that’s why I’m one of the co-creator of Psicolobas Association (@Psicolobas),  a space for social psychology divulgation.

Main interests

  • Intersectionality and its consequences

  • Intergroup collaboration for social change

  • Relationship between feminism(s) and LGBTIQA+

  • Collective actions

  • Threat to social identities

  • Pornography and its effects


Training and professional career

2021- nowadays

PhD Student

University of Granada

2020 - 2021

Master in Psychology of Social Intervention

University of Granada

2016 - 2020

Degree in Psychology

University of Granada