My research agenda involves the intersections of the political, the popular, the digital, and the everyday; I study the everyday practices and cultures of digital media and how they are implicated in, appropriated for, and react to political and sociocultural contexts. My current research examines these themes from the perspectives of visual social media, and the temporal contestation of digital media platforms and cultures.
For information about a specific research project, see:
- Social Media and Everyday Politics
- Visual Cultures of Social Media
- Mapping movements
- Instagram: Visual social media cultures
- Digital time
- Digital media, location awareness, and the politics of geodata