Caroline Bassett has been writing, researching and working around digital media for many years. At Sussex she teaches Masters options and courses on new developments in digital media and supervises doctoral students exploring digital technologies and cultures, critical theory and technology, gender and technology, transformations in the political economy of new media.
Research has resulted in published work in the areas of gender and technology, narrative and new media formations, mobility, intimate technology and everyday life, sense perception and mobile media, cultural and critical theories of technology, networks and digital humanities. Recent work is exploring anti-computing.
Aristea Fotopoulou is interested in the ways in which media and cultural studies cross with feminist science and technology studies and queer theory. She works as Research Assistant in the project and is also a researcher in the Department of Media and Communications at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Kate Howland is a lecturer in Informatics, University of Sussex. She works as Research Assistant on the Scoping Study.
Eleftherios Zenerian is a PhD Candidate in Sociology, University of Sussex. He is the Research Administrator of the Scoping project.
The objects of the Worthing Society for the Blind Charity are to promote the relief, general welfare, entertainment and provision of services including financial assistance, for persons who are blind or partially sighted living within the boundaries of the Borough of Worthing.
The Migrant English Project (MEP) provides free and informal English lessons for refugees, asylum-seekers and migrants.
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