Miss Elinor Carmi

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Elinor Carmi has been appointed Teaching Fellow in Political Communication for 12 months from 1 September 2017. Elinor completed her PhD in August 2017 at the Media and Communications Department at Goldsmiths, University of London. Her research looks at spam other deviant media, and is transdisciplinary travelling between several fields: media theory, media history, law, software studies and sound studies. Before she joined the Politics & International Relations Department at Royal Holloway she was a Visiting Lecturer at the Global Media Management M.A. programme at Winchester School of Art and a Visiting Lecturer at the Sound Design B.A. programme at London South Bank University. She was also an Associate Lecturer at the Advertising Department at London College of Communications and at the Media and Communications Department at Goldsmiths. Elinor is an activist and journalist who writes on technology and gender, digital rights, sound and internet governance. In addition, she was a radio broadcaster, an editor of Trance channels on Israeli television, and has been working for various electronic music labels for almost a decade. In 2013, she published a book based on her M.A. thesis titled TranceMission: The Psytrance Culture in Israel 1989-1999 (Resling Publishing). She regularly presents her thoughts in international conferences as well as organising events and workshops.

 

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