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Lecturer in Digital Culture, King's College London

Zeena Feldman is Lecturer in Digital Culture at King’s College London. Her research investigates intersections between communication, technology and everyday life.

Zeena’s current work examines how digital technologies impact understandings and performances of traditionally analogue concepts – for instance, belonging, sharing, mental health and work. She also runs the Quitting Social Media project, which explores digital overload and detox. Her writing has appeared widely, including in OpenDemocracy, Information, Communication & Society, Celebrity Studies, TripleC, and The Independent. She is co-editor of Digital Food Cultures (Routledge, 2020, with Deborah Lupton) and editor of Art & the Politics of Visibility (IB Tauris, 2017).


  • 2016–present
    Lecturer in Digital Culture, King's College London