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NameInstitutional AffiliationDepartmentAreas of InterestEmailWebsiteTwitter
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Zoë GlattLSEMedia and CommunicationsInternet cuture, YouTube, online video, labour, creative industries, neoliberal worker subject, digital ethnographic methods, intersectional feminismz.a.glatt@lse.ac.uk www.zoeglatt.com@zoeglatt
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Branwen SpectorLSEAnthropologySocial media as research method, mobility, Facebook groups, Middle East, telecommunications infrastructuresb.spector@lse.ac.ukwww.thenewethnographer.org@brantropologist
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Jaskiran Kaur BhogalLSEAnthropologySikh faith, religion in the public sphere, social media as a 'public', social media as a research method/site for ethnographic research, UKj.k.bhogal@lse.ac.uk@kiran0505
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Carwyn MorrisLSEGeographychina, space, territory, surveillance, censorship, governmentality, WeChatc.j.morris@lse.ac.uk@carwyn
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Mike PhillipsMonash UniversityFaculty of EducationTeacher knowledge & decision-making, quantitative ethnography, epistemic network analysismichael.phillips@monash.eduhttps://research.monash.edu/en/persons/michael-phillips@thinkingmike
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Tamara Spitzer-HobeikaNew York UniversityMedia, Culture, & Communicationdigital & campaigns, political rhetoric, 'ideal' communication theories, online fandom, social media & personal development (men's groups on Instagram, pop philosophy on YouTube, etc.)tsh320@nyu.edu@tamaraspitzerh
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Laura MusgraveNext / Ronin InstituteUser Experience / Digital AnthropologySocially responsible artificial intelligence (AI), privacy and convenience in use of AI smart speakers, user experience, digital ethnographic methodslaura.musgrave@ronininstitute.orgwww.lauramusgrave.co.uk@lmusgrave
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Mora MatassiNorthwestern UniversityCommunication Studiessocial media, computer-mediated communication, responsiveness, reciprocity, accountability, timeliness, Latin Americamoramatassi@u.northwestern.eduhttps://www.communication.northwestern.edu/programs/phd-media-technology-society/students@moratsukamoto
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Purdue UniversityCommunicationconspiracy theories, truth wars, disinformation, boundary work, internet cultures, human rights, critical algorithm studies, platform studies, recommender systemseptaylor@purdue.edu@eptaylor2
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Melissa BlissQueen Mary University of LondonComputer ScienceOlder people's use of digital technology; YouTube; ageing; online interaction; algorithmic cultures and visibility; digital ethnography and digital ethnomethodology methods, voice interfacesmelissa.bliss@qmul.ac.uk@Melissa_Bliss_
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Anna DowrickQueen Mary University of London Centre for Primary Care and Public Health Feminism, violence against women, aesthetic medical practices, online communities, digital/technological hacks, youtube and expertise, social justice, online/offline boundariesa.dowrick@qmul.ac.uk @annadowrick
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Christian IlburyQueen Mary University of London/ Regents University LondonLinguistics/ MediaSociolinguistics: Digital language, youth language, social media, youth/teenagers and social media, orthographic variation on social media, CMC/CMD, Digital Culture, memes, appropriation, media diffusion of languagec.l.ilbury@qmul.ac.ukhttps://cilbury.wordpress.com/@Christianilbury
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Tom MacDonaldQueen's University (Kingston, Canada)SociologyDigital Capitalism; Digital Labour; Online Work Platforms; Social Media Influencers ; Influencer Marketing Platforms; Morality and Work; Digital Ethnography18twlm@queensu.ca@thetmacd
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Gitika SaksenaSOASSocial AnthropologyDigital Anthropology, Digital Cultures, Design Anthropology, Sensory Anthropology, Anthropology of Absence, Innovation, Entreprenuershipgitika.saksena@gmail.com
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Anna ColomThe Open UniversityPolitics and International StudiesCitizenship, WhatsApp, Feminism, digital media, decolonising academia, digital ethnographyanna.colom@open.ac.ukwww.annacolom.com@Anna_Colom
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Korina Giaxoglou The Open UniversityLanguages & Applied Linguistics Social media language, interaction, and discourse; sharing online (practices and ideologies); small stories; affect and affective positioning; digital dying, death, and mourning; Facebook; Twitter; YouTube vlogging; Instagram. korina.giaxoglou@open.ac.ukhttp://www.open.ac.uk/people/kkg38@anthrostream
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Sazana JayadevaUCLInstitute of Educationsocial media, migration and mobilities, education, Indias.jayadeva@ucl.ac.uk@SazanaJayadeva
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Rosa ArroyoUNAM MéxicoSocial and Political SciencesMisinformation, Post-Truth, Digital Media. Ciberjournalism,Digital Etnographyrarroyo@comunidad.unam.mx@RosiePapergirl
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Iván FloresUniversidad Autónoma Metropolitana - IztapalapaAnthropologyVideo games, play, leisure, technological appropiation, work precarization, material culture, youth studies.ivanfloresobregon@gmail.com@el_iva_n
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Beatriz PolivanovUniversidade Federal Fluminense / McGill UniversityMedia and Cultural Studies / Communication StudiesSocial media profiles, Facebook groups and pages, female DJs and music producers, digital ethnographic methods, Brazil beatrizpolivanov@id.uff.br@biapoliva9
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Jaron HarambamUniversity of Amsterdam, The Netherlands & KU Leuven, BelgiumInstitute for Information Law / Institute for Media Studiesconspiracy theories, truth wars, disinformation, boundary work, internet cultures, critical algorithm studies, platform studies, recommender systems j.harambam@uva.nl / jaron.harambam@kuleuven.be / jaron.harambam@gmail.comhttps://www.ivir.nl/employee/jaronharambam/@harambamjaron
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Saide MobayedUniversity of CambridgeSociologyDigital contestation, data activism, data colonialism, violence against women and girls (femicide/feminicide)sam270@cam.ac.ukhttps://medium.com/@SaideMobayed@saidezork
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A.R.E. TaylorUniversity of CambridgeSocial AnthropologyTechno-apocalyptic narratives, data infrastructure, data centres, big data and analytics, little data, media archaeology, media infrastructure, dataveillance, digital heritage, algorithmic cultures, videogames, digital ethnography, digital memory, digital privacyaret2@cam.ac.uk
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Rishi AroraUniversity of ChicagoSociologyBitcoin/cryptocurrency, money, history of cryptographic technologies, STS, programming communitiesrishigarora@uchicago.edu
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Kate Orton JohnsonUniversity of EdinburghScoiologyDigital culture, digitla detoxing, digital rejection, digital leisure, research methods, online ethnography, digtial visual ethnography, digital sociologyk.orton-joohnson@ed.ac.uk
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David BozziniUniversity of FribourgAnthropology(in)security, surveillance, political anthropology, computer security, crowd-security, cryptography, collaborative ethnography, open data, hacking, infrastructures, maintenance, privacydavid.bozzini@unifr.chhttps://cva.unifr.ch@dbozzini
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Jennifer KrueckebergUniversity of HamburgEuropean Ethnology/Cultural AnthropologyDigital ethnography, memory infrastructures, youth, identity, social practice theory, participatory research, AI, digital memory, human - non-human relationshipsjennifer.krueckeberg@uni-hamburg.dehttps://www.poem-horizon.eu/people/jennifer-krueckeberg/@JKrueckeberg
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Coppélie Cocq University of HelsinkiEthnologySmall data, digital ethnography, minority/Indigenous studies, ethics, social media use, minority languages (visibility and revitalization)coppelie.cocq@helsinki.fi www.coppelie.com
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Ilaria VecchiUniversity of LeedsMedia and Cultural StudiesVisual/digital/virtual ethnography, docuemntary, inetractive documentary/storytelling, critical religion, politics, migration, languages, India, Pakistan, Japan, visual methods.ilariavecchi79@gmail.comilariavecchi.wix.com/filmmaker
vimeo.com/ilariagisellavecchi
@gisellavecchi
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Lauren MilorUniversity of LeedsSociologyBodies, images, Instagram, technology, postfeminism, 'fitspo' communities, affect, algorithmsL.R.Milor@leeds.ac.uk@laurenmilor
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Yeela Lahav-RazUniversity of LeicesterCriminologyDigital Ethnography, Gender & Sexuality, Sex Industry, Digital Media, Middle East, Online Communities, National and Local Sex Work Regulations and Politics; Online Activismylr4@leicester.ac.ukhttps://www.researchgate.net/profile/Yeela_Lahav-Raz@YLR47160543
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Xihuan HuUniversity of LeicesterMedia, Communication and SociologyCultural Heritage Studies; Nushu; Cultural Heritage on Social Media; China Studies; WeChat; xh92@le.ac.uk
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Sriram MohanUniversity of MichiganCommunication and MediaDigital media cultures, South Asia, popular communication, postcolonial tech and democracy, media industries and globalizationsriramm@umich.eduwww.srirammohan.com@arbitist
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Laura PasquiniUniversity of North Texas / IndependentInformation Science / Learning TechnologiesNetworked practice/scholarship; Sociotechnical stewardship; online communities of practice; netnographic & ethnographic approaches for understanding digital networkslaura.a.pasquini.phd@gmail.com // laurapasquini@my.unt.eduhttps://techknowtools.com/
@laurapasquini
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Darryn WellsteadUniversity of OttawaSociologyFacebook; health; health-related movements; online communities; multi-sited ethnography; mothers; family; gender; environmentDarryn.Wellstead@uottawa.ca https://www.darrynwellstead.ca/@darrynwellstead
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Florencia Garcia-RappUniversity of SheffieldJournalismonline communities, digital culture, fandom, celebrity culture, media audiencesfgarciarapp@gmail.comwww.florenciagarciarapp.org
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Jessica OgdenUniversity of SouthamptonSociology and Web Scienceweb archiving, social media archives, infrastructure studies, data justice, digital labour, digital activism, digital ethnography, digital sociologyjessica.ogden@soton.ac.ukhttps://jessogden.github.io/
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Christine HineUniversity of SurreySociologyscience and technology studies; online communities; multi-sited ethnography; smart technologies; self-trackingc.hine@surrey.ac.ukhttps://www.surrey.ac.uk/people/christine-hine
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Russell MerrymanUniversity of the Arts London, LCCJournalismMedia archaeology, variant forms of digital and retrospective ethnography, history of analogue and digital broadcasting, social media, virtual worlds, digital journalism, data colonisation, freedom of expression.r.merryman@lcc.arts.ac.ukhttps://interactivetelevision.myblog.arts.ac.uk/@merryarty
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Magdalena GóralskaUniversity of Warsaw/ Kozminski UniversitySocial Anthropologyknowledge making online, networked knowledge production, digital ethnography, research methods, online open collaboration communities, the new digital public healthcare, media practices, misinformation, lingual Internet cultures, cross-platform studiesmaniagoralska@gmail.commagdalenagoralska.org@maniagoralska
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Luc CousineauUniversity of WaterlooRecreation & Leisure StudiesMen, Masculinities, and Men's Rights in online digital leisure practice. Ethics of platform moderation of content and policing of online communities. Gender, power relationships.luc.cousineau@uwaterloo.ca@luccousineau
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Sandra BärnreutherUniversity of ZurichAnthropologydigital healthcare, anthropology of science and medicine, state, development, feminism, South Asia, India
sandra.baernreuther@uzh.ch
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Robert W. GehlUtahCommunicationSoftware studies, anonymity and pseudonymity, alternative social media, dark web
rob@robertwgehl.orgwww.robertwgehl.orgMastodon: @robertwgehl@scholar.social
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Jerome Turner Media and Cultural StudiesHyperlocal media, social media, citizen media, alternative media, creative citizenship and activism, online communities and culture, audience studies.jerome.turner@bcu.ac.ukhttps://bcmcr.org/people/jerometurner/@jezturner
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Miranda IossifidisGoldsmiths College, University of LondonSociologyfeminist digital geographies, audiovisual culture, imaginaries, futures, audiovisual culture, political action, online reading communitiesm.iossifidis@gold.ac.uk
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Ashley Thuthao Keng Dam University of Gastronomic SciencesEcogastronomyDigital Anthropology, Medical Anthropology, Food Anthropology, Youtube, Twitch, Reddit groups, Facebook groups, Digital eating, Digital Food, Digital gastronomy, Food and Gendera.dam@studenti.unisg.it
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Gregory McGannUN/CGIAR/LSHTMPopulation Network science, modelling, social network analysis, behavioural economics, alienation, labour economics g.mcgann@cgiar.org
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Darshana S. MiniUniversity of Southern CaliforniaCinema and Media StudiesFeminist Media Practices, Digital Media Cultures, Social Media, Gender Performancemini@usc.edu
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Sarah QuintonOxford Brookes UniversityBusiness SchoolAgeing and the digital society, digital research methods and digital, research ethics, social media, visual data and participative methods sequinton@brookes.ac.uk
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Boris Vazquez-CalvoUniversity of Santiago de CompostelaPedagogy and DidacticsTechnology-mediated language learning; informal language learning; new literacies; multimodal discourse; online communities and culture; fandom and fan practices; fan translation; video gamesboris.vazquez.calvo@usc.eshttps://www.researchgate.net/profile/Boris_Vazquez-Calvo@bvazquezcalvo
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Melissa LefkowitzNew York UniversityAnthropologydigital ethnography; social media practices in and across China and Kenya; platform economies; imaginaries and media; WeChat; Whatsapp. digital practices of Chinese "youth"mfl270@nyu.eduwww.melissalefkowitz.com@sinofei
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Jeffrey LaneRutgers University Communicationdigital urban ethnography, neighborhoods, inequality, race, criminal justice, youth, visibilityjeffrey.lane@rutgers.edu@thedigitalstreet
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Elaine PangUniversity of Nottingham (Malaysia Campus)School of EducationQualitative research, longitudinal studies, ethnography, the teaching of phonics, professional development and CPDL, curriculum development and INSET, coaching and mentoring, blended learning, MOOCs, the flipped classroom and mobile learning.Elaine.Pang@nottingham.edu.myhttps://www.nottingham.edu.my/Education/People/elaine.pang@DrElainePang
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Elif GrantUniversity of RoehamptonDepartment of Media, Culture and LanguageDigital Ethnography, Autoethnnography, Social Media, Political Science, Social Space, Ethnography, Internet
grante2@roehampton.ac.uk
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Adefemi AdekunleNewman UniversityWorking with Children, young people and familiesDigital youth cultures, participatory fan culture, mobile mediaa.adekunle@newman.ac.uk
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Fadlan Khaerul AnamUniversity of IndonesiaSociologyControversy mapping, social media, hyperlink, Whatsapp, digital methodfadlan.khaerul.anam@gmail.com@fadlan_anam
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Theodora SuttonUniversity of OxfordOxford Internet InstituteDigital detoxing, ethnography, ethics, social media as method, disenchantment, new age spirituality, mental healththeodora.sutton@oii.ox.ac.ukwww.theodorasutton.co.uk@theodorasutton
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Sarah KuhailKing's College LondonDigital HumanitiesSound amd music, digital ethnography, data colonialization, identitiessarah.kuhail@gmail.com
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Frederik LesageSimon Fraser UniversitySchool of CommunicationCultural Production, digital media cultures, inventive methodsflesage@sfu.ca
@frederiklesage
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Angela VandenBroekBinghamton UniversityAnthropologyEntrepreneurship, Technology, Innovation & Creativity, Expertiseakvbroek@gmail.comhttp://ak.vbroek.org@akvbroek
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Aliaksandr HerasimenkaUniversity of WestminsterMediapolitical communication, digital activism, authoritarian regimesales.herasimenka@gmail.comalesherasimenka
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Pooja KrishnakumarSOASAnthropologyGender, Inequality, Digital Activism674457@soas.ac.uk
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Esther Hammelburg (she/her)Amsterdam Univeristy of Applied Sciences & University of AmsterdamMedia StudiesLiveness, live media, media events, mediatization, media literacy, mediated participation and engagement, media representations, media and everyday life, media and identity, visual culture, media and art philosophy, contemporary culture. e.e.hammelburg@hva.nlwww.hva.nl/liveness@eehammelburg
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Isabella RegaBournemouth UniversityMedia and Communicationdigital development, informationa and communication technologies for development, access to technologies, media and information literacies, mobile, ethics, technology mediated learning, digital activism, communities.irega@bournemouth.ac.ukhttps://isabellarega.com/@IsabellaRega
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Carolina AreCity, University of LondonSociologyOnline abuse, conspiracy theories, social media, social media moderation, algorithm bias, fan studies, online subculturesCarolina.Are.1@city.ac.uk / carolina.are.9@gmail.comhttps://www.city.ac.uk/people/research-students/carolina-are / https://carolinaare9.wixsite.com/website carolina_are
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Anthony Ridge-NewmanLiverpool Hope UniversityHumanitiespolitical communication, digital activism, digital culture, political organisation, political campaigns, conservatism, BOOK: Cameron's Conservatives and the Internet (2014)anthony.ridgenewman@gmail.com ridgena@hope.ac.ukhttp://orcid.org/0000-0003-0752-4416@RidgeNewman
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Panas KarampampasÉcole des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS), ParisAnthropologyYouTube vlogging, Facebook groups, Greece, Germany, global governance, UNESCO, Intangible Cultural
Heritage, Goth Scene, Digital Anthropology, Anthropology of Dance,
Cosmopolitanism, Diaspora and Migration
panas.karampampas@ehess.fr // p.karampampas@gmail.comhttp://www.iiac.cnrs.fr/article3012.html
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Roy HuijsmansErasmus University RotterdamInternational Institute of Social Studies (ISS, The Hague)digital ethnography, life course, youth, gig economy, international development, migration huijsmans@iss.nlhttps://www.iss.nl/en/people/roy-huijsmans
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Avery DelanyGoldsmiths UniversityAnthropologyVideo games, digital narratives, technology, personhood and the body, AI, feminist/queer/decoloniality, decentering anthropology, human and non-human relations, affect and embodiment, deatha.delany@gold.ac.uk@redrocketpanda
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Adam HeGoldsmiths University of LondonComputingComputational arts, Machine learning audio synthesis, Algorithmic musicadam.he.future@gmail.com
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Kim HardingGoldsmiths, University of LondonSociologyDigital religion and non-religion; digital selfhood and the Gen Z imaginary; digital visual culture of self-care, gratitude and kindness; identity; values; beliefskhard001@gold.ac.uk@sacralised
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Jenny KornHarvardBerkman Klein Center for Internet and SocietyRace, Gender, Justice, Technology, AI, Media, ActivismKornPublic@comcast.netwww.JennyKorn.com@JennyKorn
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Samuel DiBellaIndependentDigital privacy, surveillance, game design, semantics and pragmatics, cryptography, mediated activismsamuel.dibella@gmail.com
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Stefania CardinaleIndipendentintangible cultural heritage studies, development, cultural heritage & development, digital ethnography, online communities, user experience, heritage and cultural tourism, social media and cultural heritage, online groups, Instagram, TikTok.Stefania.cardinale@gmail.com@StefyCardinale
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Simone Pfeifer Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany Anthropology and African Studiessocial media, media practices, migration and mobility, transnational social relationships, digital resistance, militant political Islam, audovisuality pfeifer@uni-mainz.dehttps://www.blogs.uni-mainz.de/fb07-ifeas-eng/simone-pfeifer-m-a/
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Taylor AnnabellKing's College LondonCulture Media & Creative IndustriesDigital memory, Facebook, Instagram, affective remembering, young women, gender, postfeminism, platform architecture, walkthrough method, scroll-back method taylor.annabell@kcl.ac.uk
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Yang XueKing's College LondonDigital Culture and SocietyDigital media, gender in social media, big data, advertisement and propaganda on social media, data colonialism, data classk1923426@kcl.ac.uk
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Lauren ToulsonKing's College LondonDigital HumanitiesOnline dating, online communication, social media, digital devices
and health concerns, behaviour of digital natives, technology and
the body, AI ethics, AI and intimacy.
lauren.toulson@kcl.ac.uk
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Nina Vindum RasmussenKing's College LondonCulture, Media and Creative IndustriesAlgorithmic culture, big data analytics, creative industries, film and media production, labour in the digital economy, practice-based researchnina.rasmussen@kcl.ac.uk@ninavindum
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Yizhe LinKing's College LondonDigital Culture & SocietyDigital media, Feminism, big data, data colonialism, postcolonial, film study, culture study, China, digital gameyizhe.lin@kcl.ac.uk
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Claire ReynoldsKing's College LondonPolitical EconomyIndia, South Asia, feminism, social movements, transnational movements, digital activism, digital politics, postcolonial theory, grounded theory, digital ethnographyclaire.reynolds@kcl.ac.ukhttps://www.kcl.ac.uk/people/claire-reynolds@_claireamelia
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Alex GeorgakopoulouKing's College LondonSchool of Education, Communication & Society Small stories & social media: participation, self-presentation & self-branding; sharing-life-in-the-moment. Tracking and digital ethnography of story facilities on social media. Instagram and Snapchat Stories. Metricization/quantification and algorithmic sociolinguistics. alexandra.georgakopoulou@kcl.ac.ukhttps://www.kcl.ac.uk › people › alexandra-georgakopoulou
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Fabian BroekerKing's College London/Humboldt University BerlinCulture, Media and Creative Industries/Institute of European EthnologyDating Apps, Modern Dating Rituals, Digital Media in Cities, Social Media, Affordances, Filmmaking as Methodologyfabian.broeker@kcl.ac.ukhttps://vimeo.com/fabianbroeker@BroekerFabian
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Jo ByrneLaTrobe UniversitySocial Inquiry (Anthropology)Gender, 'mumpreneurs', neoliberal work, digital ethnographic methods, labour, masculinities, femininities, social media, recommender systemsj.byrne@latrobe.edu.au@byrne_jc
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Raquel CamposLondon South Bank UniversityArts and Creative IndustriesDigital ethnomusicology, online music, music video, memes, audiences, online racism and orientalism, politics and censorship, identity, feminism, online rituals and religion, Spainraquel.campos.valverde@gmail.com
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Jenna DrentenLoyola University ChicagoMarketingTechnology-mediated consumer culture; Gender and identity in digital media; Aesthetics, discourses, memification & emojis on TikTok, YouTube, Instagram; Social media influencers; Visual analysisjdrenten@luc.eduhttps://www.luc.edu/quinlan/faculty/jennadrenten.shtml@jennadrenten
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Murali ShanmugavelanSOAS, Uni of LondonMedia and AnthropologyDigital ethnography, theorising caste in communication studies,
gig economy and social hierarchies, access, de-westernising/
de-colonialising media, digital theories, foregrounding caste and
subaltern experiences in digital politics, digital labour, caste & development,
Data for Dalits
555390@soas.ac.ukhttps://www.soas.ac.uk/staff/staff85268.php

www.maplecs.org
@muralisvelan
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Andrea Lathrop LiguerosUCLAnthropology (Material Culture)Digital ethnography, media studies, Polaroid, photography, social media, remediation, obsolescence, residual practices, digital and analogue practices and their interactions, infrastructure.andrea.ligueros.14@ucl.ac.ukhttps://www.ucl.ac.uk/anthropology/people/research-students/andrea-lathrop
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Corinne Cath-SpetthUniversity of OxfordOxford Internet InstituteInternet governance culture, Internet infrastructure, human rights advocacy, digital civil society, AI governanceccath@turing.ac.uk
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Kateryna NovikovaWarsaw University of Life SciencesSociologyDigital sociology, digital agency and leadership, science and technology in the public discource, qualitative research in digital sociologykateryna_novikova@sggw.plhttps://www.sggw.pl/en/about_employee&employee_id=1467794@kate_novi
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Helena Dedecek GertzUniversität HamburgFaculty of EducationDeep mediatisation, datafication, communicative figurations, transnational migration, imagined futures, climate change, Brazilian migration to Germanyhelena.dedecek.gertz@uni-hamburg.dehttps://www.ew.uni-hamburg.de/ueber-die-fakultaet/personen/dedecek-gertz-h.html@HelenaGertz
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Raphael SusewindKing's College LondonInternational DevelopmentGIS, digital methodologies, participant mapping, use of social media in urban spaces in Indiaraphael.susewind@kcl.ac.ukhttps://www.raphael-susewind.de@RaphaelSusewind
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Roberto S. de RoockNanyang Technological University, SingaporeNational Institute of EducationEducation, critical digital literacy, connective ethnography, critical race theory, political economy, neoliberalism, platform capitalism, datafication r.deroock@nie.edu.sghttps://deroock.net@r_deroock
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Maureen MaukUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonMedia & Cultural Studiesalgorithmic culture, television and digital streaming production, children's content, parent and child digital rights, parental controls and television regulation, digital TV standards and practices, feminism, use of social media for local social and environmental change, particularly by mothersmtmauk@wisc.eduhttps://commarts.wisc.edu/staff/mauk-maureen/@MoAlohaMauk
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Aaron LemelinSociology/Public Policy/STSSDigital Methodology, Public Information, Government Websites and Platforms, Sociology, Social Policy, STS, Activismaaronlemelin@gmail.com@aalemelin
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Suneel JethaniUniversity of Melbourne Media and CommunicationsDatafication, provenance of research data, ethnography of technology designers and workers, critical data studies, STS suneel.jethani@unimelb.edu.auhttps://unimelb.academia.edu/SuneelJethani
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Evronia AzerCoventry UniversityCentre for Business in SocietyICT4D, ICT in collective action, social movementsevronia.azer@coventry.ac.ukhttps://pureportal.coventry.ac.uk/en/persons/evronia-azer@evronia
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Tianyang ZhouUniversity of SussexMedia and FilmDigital cultures, Dating app, Genedr & Sexuality, Queer, Celebrity cultures, Critical racial theory, China,t.zhou@sussex.ac.ukhttp://www.sussex.ac.uk/profiles/279772@oscarzhouty
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Michelle Tran Purdue University American Studies Digital cultures, virtual ethnography, race and sports, Twitter, online sports communitites, critical race theorytran193@purdue.edu