I am a political communication researcher with a wide range of interests, especially how digital tools are integrated in society, media and culture. I am currently Research Associate at the University of Manchester on a project that examines knowledge gaps and the role of public service broadcasters in the era of misinformation.
I earned my PhD in Politics at Royal Holloway's New Political Communication Unit in 2018, where I investigated contemporary British MP constituency activities. I also produce and edit the department's podcasts, pirwired and npcwired.
I am interested in tackling social inequalities, such as access to information and education, implemented through creative and sustainable solutions. I have previous experience in think tanks, third sector organisations and consultancies in Asia and the UK.
Some of my writing has been published on the LSE Review of Books, RHUL New Pol Com Blog, and Global Policy. To read some of the things I have written, click here.
For more information, check out my CV.
What I am currently working on
/ June 2018
- Comparing how incumbent MPs and party candidates establish constituency presences with various tools with Sofia Collignon and Jennifer vanHeerde-Hudson. Preliminary results will be presented at ECPR in Hamburg, August 2018.
- Investigating #metoo and #timesup as a celebrity driven social movement with Cláudia Ferreria. We will be presenting our findings at this year's CMCS in Lisbon,and the Oxford Internet Institute Policy and Internet Journal Conference in Oxford.