TEACHING

I have expertise on social media and Internet culture, influencers and creative labour/industries, online video and screen cultures (especially YouTube), political economy and critical theory approaches to media and communications, and (digital) ethnographic methods. Please get in touch if you would like to hire me as a (guest) lecturer or seminar leader/graduate teaching assistant.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

2020

Guest Lecturer: Cardiff University
Invited to deliver lecture on BA Media, Journalism and Culture 3rd year module(Me)me, Myself and I: The Power and Politics of Digital Remix Culture and Online Inequalities’ run by Dr Francesca Sobande on the topic ‘Digital Influencers: The Rise of YouTubers and (Micro)celebrities’ (November 2020)

Guest Lecturer: Goldsmiths University
Invited to deliver lecture on BA Social Anthropology 3rd year module ‘Digital Anthropology’ run by Dr Elena Gonzalez-Polledo on the topic of ‘The Anthropology of Social Media’ and my own ethnographic work on the labour of YouTube content creators (March 2020) [POSTPONED DUE TO STRIKE]

Guest Lecturer: Cambridge University
Invited to deliver lecture on MPhil Sociology of Media and Culture ‘Research in Practise’ seminar series, run by Dr Ella McPherson on the topic of digital ethnographic methods and the online video industry (March 2020) [POSTPONED DUE TO STRIKE]

2019

Associate Lecturer: Goldsmiths University
2nd year module ‘Television and After’ run by Dr Vana Goblot. Teaching two seminar groups (36 students) and marking essays and presentation assessment. Delivered lecture on ‘Television and Promotional Culture’ on topics of YouTube, influencer marketing, authenticity and intimacy (Autumn Term 2019)

2018

Guest Lecturer: University of Liverpool (London Campus)
MSc Strategic Communication module ‘Digital and Social Media Communication’ run by Dr Wallis Motta on the topic of branding collaborations of YouTube content creators (December 2018)

Guest Lecturer and Seminar Leader: University of Surrey
BSc Media and Communications 3rd year module ‘Data and the Digital in Platform Societies’ run by Dr Ranjana Das on the topic of issues around platforms, algorithms and data for online content creators (December 2018)

Guest Lecturer and Seminar Leader: London College of Communication (UAL)
BA Contemporary Media Cultures 3rd year module ‘Digital Screen Cultures’ run by Dr Zoetanya Sujon on the topic of intimacy and parasocial relationships in YouTube culture (November 2018)