Senior Lecturer in Digital Cultures, University of Sydney

Dr Chris Chesher is Senior Lecturer in Digital Cultures in the School of English, Art History, Film and Media.His research investigates how various information and communication technologies become historically woven through social structures and cultural practices. Examples of his writing include an Innisian evaluation of technology and knowledge over time; cultural politics of educational software; blogs and the rediscovery of authorship; the relationship of console games players to their screens, compared with TV and cinema; and an actor network analysis of patterns of mobile phone use during a U2 concert.

Experience

  • –present
    Senior Lecturer in Digital Cultures, University of Sydney

Education

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    Macquarie University, PhD