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Dr Selena Nemorin
Appointment
  • Lecturer in Sociology of Digital Technology
  • IOE - Culture, Communication & Media
  • UCL Institute of Education
Biography

I am a lecturer at the UCL Knowledge Lab, in the Department of Culture, Communication and Media. I hold a PhD in Philosophy of Education and an MA in Educational Foundations. 

 

Before joining UCL, I was a researcher at the Department of Media and Communications, London School of Economics. During this time, I worked on a project that examined socio-technical innovation practices in Europe and their relation to ethics. Prior to this I worked at Monash University (Australia) on an ethnographic study that explored the impact new technologies have on contemporary schools and schooling. 


I have also worked on research projects that addressed issues of educational equity and inclusion; gender, race and education; as well as human rights policies and procedures in post-secondary institutions.

Research Groups
Research Summary

My research and publications explore the dynamic between society and technology. More specifically, I am interested in how socio-technical artefacts construct and categorise individuals and groups as objects for governance. My research interests include the following:


  • Surveillance in society
  • Political economy of data
  • Technology and ethics
  • Education and new/future technologies
  • Technologies and issues of gender and race
  • The politics of affect in digital worlds

Teaching Summary

 

I contribute to two Masters programmes:

  • Education and Technology
  • Digital Media, Culture and Education 

 

I would welcome enquiries from prospective MA and PhD students working in these areas: 

  • Sociology of technology
  • Philosophy of technology
  • Philosophy and sociology of education
  • Surveillance
  • Political economy
  • Intersectionality and technology

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