Krizia Nardini is doctoral candidate in Anthropology and Gender Studies at UOC-Mediacciones, and her work focuses on social change, gender relations, masculinities and activism in the context of the information society. Trained in philosophy (University of Siena) and in gender studies (MPhil, Utrecht University), Krizia’s PhD research addresses the ways in which men’s practices can be configured through the involvement of men into gender justice projects in Spain and Italy. Topics of interests in Krizia’s research are: feminist debates on new masculinities, reproductive health, preventing inequalities in sexual-affective relations, gender education and digital cultures. Krizia is also member of AtGender: European Network for Gender Research and Documentation, MenEngageEurope and of the American Men’s Studies Association.