CENSUS welcomes new postdoc Clare Southerton

Clare joins the center to work on the Childhood, Intimacy and Surveillance Practices (CHiP) project.

2018.09.12 | Center for Surveillance Studies

The Center for Surveillance Studies is delighted to welcome our new postdoc, Clare Southerton, who has recently joined us working on the Childhood, Intimacy and Surveillance Practices (CHiP) project. Clare comes to us from Australia, where she worked in the School of Sociology at the Australian National University after completing her PhD there. Her research interests focus on the way intimacy is formed with digital technologies and she has explored this in a number of contexts including surveillance, online communities, health and sexuality. Her dissertation examined the intimate relationship formed between smartphone users and their devices.

We're excited to welcome Clare to the team!

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