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    Sant, E and Davies, I (2018) Promoting participation at a time of social and political turmoil: what is the impact of children’s and young people’s city councils? Cambridge Journal of Education, 48 (3). pp. 371-387. ISSN 0305-764X

    Sant, E (2017) Can the subaltern nation speak by herself in the history curriculum? Educational Studies, 53 (2). pp. 105-121. ISSN 0305-5698

    Sant, E, Gonzales-Monfort, N, Santisteban Fernandez, A, Pages Blanch, J and Oller Freixa, M (2016) How do Catalan students narrate the history of Catalonia when they finish Primary Education? McGill Journal of Education, 50. ISSN 1916-0666

    Sant, E, Davies, I and Santisteban, A (2016) Citizenship and identity: the self-image of secondary school students in England and Catalonia. British Journal of Educational Studies, 64 (2). pp. 235-260. ISSN 0007-1005

    Sant, E, Pages, , J, Santisteban, A and Boixader, A (2015) ¿Quién y cómo se construye el ‘nosotros’? La construcción narrativa del ‘nosotros catalán’ a partir de los acontecimientos del 1714. Ensenanza de Las Ciencias Sociales, 14. ISSN 0212-4521

    Sant, E (2015) ‘That would give us power …’ Proposals for teaching radical participation from a society in transition. Critical Education, 6. ISSN 1920-4175

    Sant, E, Pagès, J, Santisteban, A, González-Monfort, N and Oller, M (2014) ¿Como podemos anallizar la competencia narrativa del alumnado en el aprendizaje de la historia? Clio & Asociados, 18/19. ISSN 0328-820X

    Sant, E (2014) What does Political Participation Mean to Spanish Students? Journal of Social Science Education, 13.

    Book Section

    Davies, I and Sant, E (2014) Perceptions of students and teachers in England about how social media are used (and how they could be used) in schools and elsewhere. In: Networked young citizens through social media: social media, political participation and civic engagement. Routledge Studies in Global Information, Politics and Society, 5 . Routledge, London, pp. 131-157. ISBN 9781138019997 (hardback); 9781315778594 (ebook); 9781138781146 (paperback)

    Conference or Workshop Item

    Sant, E (2017) Students negotiating the discursive construction of the ‘people’. The example of the Catalan identity in the history curriculum. In: ECER 2017, 21 August 2017 - 25 August 2017, Copenhagen.

    Sant, E, Davies, I and Santisteban, A (2015) The Identities Of Catalan And English Secondary Students. In: ECER 2015, 08 September 2015 - 11 September 2015, Budapest, Hungary.

    Sant, E, Santisteban, A, Pages, J and Boixader, A (2015) Who Are The Catalans? The Discursive Construction Of The Catalan Identity Through The Historical Events Narrated By Secondary Students. In: ECER 2015, 08 September 2015 - 11 September 2015, Budapest, Hungary.

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