My research agenda focuses on the intersection of technology, identity, culture, and inequality. My doctoral research examines the politics of belonging in technocultures through the lens of the Learn to Code movement.
I have published scholarly work on a variety of topics relating to digital culture, including internet memes, animated GIFs, online antagonism, selfies, and big data; my work has appeared in the peer-reviewed journals Social Media & Society, International Journal of Communication, First Monday, Feminist Media Studies, and Mobile Media and Communication. My research has also been featured in Wired, Slate, The Atlantic, The Guardian, Time, and the BBC.
My full CV is available here.