CONFERENCES & PRESENTATIONS
Below are the details of my forthcoming, invited, and other talks. Please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a talk for 2019 and beyond:
Invited speaker: ‘“Don’t forget to like, subscribe and turn on the bell notifications!” An Ethnography of YouTube Creators’ Labour’. The Oxford Digital Ethnography Group. University of Oxford, November
‘Autoethnographic explorations of becoming a YouTuber’. LSE Digital Ethnography Collective. London School of Economics, October 2019.
‘Aspirations, Audiences and Algorithms; Autoethnographic explorations of becoming a YouTuber’. Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR) conference. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, 2nd-5th October
Invited panellist: ‘Monster thinking session – EduTube’ Young, Connected, Creative 2019: Trust, Young People and Digital Media (AoIR pre-conference). Queensland University of Technology, 1st October.
‘Becoming a YouTuber: Autoethnographic explorations of the platform environment’. Digital⇌Culture 2019 conference (Digital Culture Research Network), University of Nottingham, 10th May
Invited speaker: ‘Autoethnography as a method for studying the online video industry’. UCL Digital Anthropology seminar series, University College London, 19th February
Invited moderator: ‘Youth Voices & YouTube’ panel discussion’. MIL Cities in the Era of Algorithms UNESCO Global Media and Information Literacy Week, University of Latvia, 26th October
‘A multi-sited network ethnography of aspiring and professional YouTube content creators’. Seminar on Childhood and Youth Culture on YouTube, University of Copenhagen, 24th/25th May