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Dr Giovanni Navarria

Visiting Fellow

Dr Giovanni Navarria is a visiting fellow in the Politics department in 2018/19

At Exeter he is also an associate of the Centre for Political Thought.

Previously, he has worked as Lecturer and Research Fellow at the University of Sydney, at the Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung, and at the University of Westminster. 

Dr Navarria’s academic background and research approach is interdisciplinary; it lies at the intersection between politics, power and the media (particularly the Internet). In his research, he uses philosophy, political theory and media theory to challenge prevailing notions of citizenship, civic engagement and political power.

He has a PhD from the University of Westminster and a Degree in Philosophy from the University of Catania.

At the University of Sydney, he taught Postgraduate Units of Studies in the field of Public Opinion, New Media and Public Relations, Politics and International Relations. As Associate of the Sydney Democracy Network, he launched and co-edited an article series called Democracy Futures and wrote a regular column titled Networked Politics for The Conversation Australia.

He is the author of the book, The Networked Citizen - Power, Politics, and Resistance in the Internet Age (Palgrave MacMillan, 279 pages, ISBN 9811332924, 9789811332920)

He occasionally writes for Medium. His most recent article is No More Tiananmen Square ‘Incidents’ - The CCP can count on Online Vigilantes and the Internet to stop it

His personal website is: www.giovanninavarria.com

 

Biography

Dr Giovanni Navarria is a visiting fellow in the Politics department in 2018/19

At Exeter he is also an associate of the Centre for Political Thought.

Previously, he has worked as Lecturer and Research Fellow at the University of Sydney, at the Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung, and at the University of Westminster. 

Dr Navarria’s academic background and research approach is interdisciplinary; it lies at the intersection between politics, power and the media (particularly the Internet). In his research, he uses philosophy, political theory and media theory to challenge prevailing notions of citizenship, civic engagement and political power.

He has a PhD from the University of Westminster and a Degree in Philosophy from the University of Catania.

At the University of Sydney, he taught Postgraduate Units of Studies in the field of Public Opinion, New Media and Public Relations, Politics and International Relations. As Associate of the Sydney Democracy Network, he launched and co-edited an article series called Democracy Futures and wrote a regular column titled Networked Politics for The Conversation Australia.

He is the author of the book, The Networked Citizen - Power, Politics, and Resistance in the Internet Age (Palgrave MacMillan, 279 pages, ISBN 9811332924, 9789811332920)

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He occasionally writes for Medium. His most recent article is No More Tiananmen Square ‘Incidents’ - The CCP can count on Online Vigilantes and the Internet to stop it

His personal website is: www.giovanninavarria.com

 

 

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