Shani Orgad is Professor in the Department of Media and Communications at LSE. Professor Orgad gained a Bachelor's degree in Media and Communications with Sociology and Anthropology from The Hebrew University in Jerusalem, following which she obtained both a Master's and PhD in Media and Communications at LSE. Her research interests include gender and the media, media representations and contemporary culture, representations of suffering, new media, the Internet and computer-mediated communication, narrative and media, media and everyday life, media and globalisation, health and new media and methodological aspects of doing Internet research.
Professor Orgad has lectured on Media, Culture and Society, Media Representations in a Global Age, Internet, and Computer Mediated Communication and Globalisation and Media and Gender to undergraduates and postgraduates in both Cambridge University and the London School of Economics.
Professor Orgad joined the Department of Media and Communications as a lecturer in September 2003 and since then she has won an LSE Excellence in Education Award as well as the LSE Innovator Award.