Anna Chronaki comes from the island of Crete. She holds a mathematics degree from the University of Patras and has completed her-MEd in educational technology and PhD in mathematics education at the University of Bath, UK awarded with scholarships from SSF (State Scholarship Foundation) and Esther Parkin’s trust. Her research focuses on the critical and creative aspects of mathematics education as a sociopolitical encounter with young children, student-teachers and educators. Her current interest centers on how discourses of body, language, culture and identity travel to reconfigure mathematical subjectivity in our contemporary times. During the last 15 years, she has organized projects with Roma children, technology use and arts-based methodologies in the school setting, the streets and the museum