Brady Robards is an Associate Professor in Sociology in the School of Social Sciences at Monash University. He studies digital culture, with a focus on how people use and produce social media and how social media platforms operate as memory archives made up of digital traces of life over years of use. Brady has studied social media use among particular groups, such as LGBTIQ+ people, young people, tourists, and in the context of alcohol consumption. For more, visit Brady's website: bradyrobards.com. Follow Brady on Twitter: @bradyjay
Brady is a member of The Australian Sociological Association (tasa.org.au), the Association of Internet Researchers (aoir.org) and the co-convenor of the Monash Digital Cultures Research Group.