I’m a digital rights advocate, feminist, researcher and journalist
Hi! I’m Elinor Carmi, originally from Tel Aviv, but now live, teach, play, write, think, imagine, dance, and try to find something proper to eat in London.
I have been working, writing, and teaching on deviant media, internet standards,(cyber)feminism, sound studies, digital advertising digital literacies and internet governance.
Currently I am a Postdoc Research Associate in digital culture and society, at the Communication and Media Department, Liverpool University, UK. I work with Professor Simeon Yates on the Nuffield Foundation project – Me and My Big Data: Developing Citizens Data Literacies.
My second monograph will be out in early 2020 titled “Media Distortions: Understanding the Power Behind Spam, Noise, and Other Deviant Media“, published on Digital Formation, Steve Jones’ series at Peter Lang publishing.
11 Feb 2020 – I’ve been invited to give evidence on Digital Literacy for the House of Lords Committee on Democracy and Digital Technologies. Here’s the recording.
28 Feb 2020 – We are launching the Me & My Big Data survey “Understanding citizens data literacy: thinking, doing & participating with our data” in London.
April 2020 – I’ve been invited to work on a content moderation project with Tarleton Gillespie at the Microsoft Research Lab in New England, USA.
I’ve been elected as Communication Chair for the Global Internet Governance Academic Network (GigaNet).