As social media and big tech like Google, Amazon, Facebook, and Apple (GAFA) become increasingly dominant, it seems the social is at once all around us and also increasingly elusive. Continue reading “What does it mean to be ‘social’ in a digital age?”
Today, for the first time in a long time of studying multiple texts, from multiple disciplines, Continue reading “How to say what matters: On media training and research communication”
One of my greatest joys recently has been working with our team at Regent’s University London to develop and create our new MA in Media and Digital Communications.
Recently, I was asked to give a short presentation on what “emerging media practice” means to me and how this concept informs Continue reading “Thinking through “emerging media practice””
Hurrah for Laura Bates! Laura, the founder of the everyday sexism project, contributing journalist to the Guardian, the Independent and author of two books, Girl Up! (2016) and Everyday Sexism (2015), spoke tonight at my alma mater and former workplace, LSE. Continue reading “Laura Bates on the everyday sexism project, equality and diversity”