I'm a researcher focusing mainly on how activists are not only using, but also working to reshape, technology. I've published academic articles on a wide range of topics, including anti-GM activism in India; anti-fascist action in Greece; Facebook's use in tertiary education; Internet reform in post-revolutionary Tunisia; and free speech online. In 2015 my first book, 'Global Justice and the Politics of Information: The struggle over knowledge' came out. In addition to my work within academia, I've spoken at activist events around the world.
Researcher in Political Science and Net Studies, Curtin University
University of Western Australia, PhD, Political Science and International Relations
Post-industrial and digital society, in 'The Palgrave Handbook of Anarchism'
Thinking Beyond ‘Free Speech’ in Responding to Online Harassment, Ada: a journal of gender, new media, and technology
Transforming Tunisia: Transitional Justice and Internet Governance in a Post-Revolutionary Society, International Journal of Transitional Justice
Global Justice and the Politics of Information: The struggle over knowledge, Routledge
Harbouring Dissent: Greek Independent and Social Media and the Antifascist Movement, Fibreculture
Mapping Movements – Social Movement Research and Big Data: Critiques and Alternatives, in 'Compromised Data From Social Media to Big Data'
Changing Facebook’s Architecture, in 'An Education in Facebook'
Occupy Oakland and #oo: uses of Twitter within the Occupy movement, First Monday
Contested Technologies: the emergence of the digital liberties movement, First Monday
Framing genetically modified crops: where do women fit into the picture?, Agenda, 27