Current Research

1. Understanding the contemporary relationship between new media activism and online politics, the aesthetics of new technologies, and neo-liberal globalisation, from a critical and feminist perspective,

2. Formulating novel critical frameworks to understand the relationship between new technologies, ethics, and pedagogical strategies, especially in relation to the new global universities (alternatives and additions to critical university studies),

3. Re-interpreting and re-assessing the value of the work of philosophers of technology Jean Baudrillard and Paul Virilio in light of contemporary feminist theory in the humanities.