Internet Geographer

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Accepting new PhD (Dphil) students for 2017

I’m currently accepting students for the next academic year. The Oxford Internet Institute is a great community to be a part of, and we have a range of full scholarships that can cover your costs. 

I’m most keen to supervise students interested in either: (a) internet geographies broadly defined (people thinking about what the digital does to power, place, positionality); (b) digital labour (especially in the context of a global world of work and/or economic development). You can read a bit more about the topics I’m working on, on my academic profile page.

If you want to learn more about the programme, check out our detailed information here - or email teaching@oii.ox.ac.uk for anything that isn’t listed there. And do get in touch with me directly if it is something you are considering. 

If your work also relates to computational social science, big data, smart cities, internet mapping, you may also be able to apply to work with me through the Alan Turing Institute. We have full studentships available there, and you would be based between the ATI and Oxford.