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Cassian Osborne-Carey (Teaching Fellow)

Cassian Osborne-Carey (Teaching Fellow)

I am a Teaching Fellow in Digital Media and Culture at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies.

Research profile

My work examines relations between technology, identity formation, political extremism and social norms, drawing on Cultural Studies, Social Theory and Science and Technology Studies.

Areas of Interest: Politics and Digital Cultures, Race, Gender, Post-Colonial Studies, Media Activism, Digital Methods

Academic background

I have a BA in Politics, Psychology and Sociology from the University of Cambridge, and an MSc and PhD in Sociology from the London School of Economics. My PhD thesis examined Facebook, the politics of immigration and the concept of the 'Digital Public Sphere'.

My postdoctoral work at the University of East Anglia contributed to a three-year AHRC project on the 'Alternative' Right, platform politics and digital subcultures, utilising mixed methods and an interdisciplinary approach to contemporary political communication. I joined CIM in September 2020.



Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies

University of Warwick



Email: Cassian dot Osborne-Carey at warwick dot ac dot uk