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  1. Rahul Advani

    King's India Institute

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Online and “real” lives: The anthropology of Facebook and friendship among middle class young men in an Indian city

    15/12/20151/11/2019

  2. Roger Hallam

    Culture, Media & Creative Industries

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Design of effective mechanisms of collective action for progressive campaign groups My research focuses upon ways for campaigns to maximize political participation and mobilization

    1/10/201418/01/2016

  3. Dimitrios Tsavelis First/primary/lead supervisor

    Digital Humanities

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Digital payment systems: The social consequences of the datafication of money. A comparative analysis of decentralised and centralised modes of monetary transactions. (The case of the Blockchain)

    1/10/2016 → …

  4. Mengying Li

    Digital Humanities

    Doctor of Philosophy

    From Weibo to WeChat: Social Media Activism in China

    1/10/20141/07/2019

  5. Jeremy Matthew First/primary/lead supervisor

    Digital Humanities

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Everyday use of digital news through social media and mobile devices

    1/10/20121/10/2017

  6. Marco Braghieri

    Digital Humanities

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Long-form Journalism and Archives in the Digital Landscape

    1/10/20141/03/2019

  7. Hana Kopecka

    Informatics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Understandable AI Explanations: Considering the role of culture and personal characteristics on preference of AI explanations.

    1/10/2019 → …

  8. Chloé Locatelli

    Digital Humanities

    Doctor of Philosophy

    This thesis investigates to what extent the remediation of trends in post-industrial sexual commerce through digital femininities in sextech herald an emergent form of ‘posthuman sexual commerce’.

    19/11/201911/11/2020

  9. Susana Gomes First/primary/lead supervisor

    Digital Humanities

    Master of Philosophy

    Networked Individuation: Placing the Human in the Technical Evolution of Social Network Sites

    5/11/2020 → …

  10. Toni Lorente Martinez First/primary/lead supervisor

    Digital Humanities

    Master of Philosophy

    Artificial Intelligence: A New Approach to the Human

    1/10/2020 → …

  11. Adam Bull

    Digital Humanities

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Internet Memes and the Radical Politicking of Online Caricatures: An Egyptian case study

    1/10/2018 → …

  12. Toni Lorente Martinez

    Digital Humanities

    Master of Philosophy

    Artificial Intelligence: A New Approach to the Human

    24/11/2020 → …

  13. Tommy Shane

    Digital Humanities

    Master of Philosophy

    Algorithmic sensing: the imagined affordances of algorithms as agents of representation

    1/10/20202/02/2021

  14. Tommy Shane

    Digital Humanities

    Master of Philosophy

    Algorithmic sensing: the imagined affordances of algorithms as agents of representation

    2/02/2021 → …

  15. Fivos Papadakis First/primary/lead supervisor

    Digital Humanities

    Master of Philosophy

    Data Power: The Political Ontology of the Digital Human A critical analysis of the materiality of the emerging communicative mediated networks of social, political and economic powers in the age of Big Data.

    9/04/20185/02/2021

  16. Charlotte Adams

    Digital Humanities

    Master of Philosophy

    'Understanding conspiracy theories online and their ability to motivate violent extremist actions.'

    1/10/2020 → …

  17. Josie West

    Digital Humanities

    Master of Philosophy

    The Pleasures and Discontents of the Digital Housewife: Platformisation of Sex Work Amidst Economic Crises.

    21/09/20202/02/2021

  18. Kandi Suwito

    Digital Humanities

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The Politics of Fear in Islamist Cyberactivism: Analysing the Online Movement of the 'Aksi Bela Islam' in Indonesia

    19/11/2019 → …

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