Lecturer and PhD Candidate Media and Communications, University of Melbourne

Suneel Jethani is a PhD candidate and lecturer in the media and communications program in the school of culture and communication at the University of Melbourne. Suneel has an undergraduate degree in genetics and postgraduate qualifications in marketing, media and communications and science and technology studies. He returned to doctoral study after having spent 8 years working in academic publishing and science communication. His current research looks at technologies that assist perception and track activity with a focus on their relationship to human agency. His broader research interests include: critical disabilities studies, science and technology studies, philosophy of body, social theories of space and time and media studies. Suneel has published work in M/C Journal and The International Communication Gazette.

Experience

  • –present
    Lecturer and PhD Candidate Media and Communications, University of Melbourne