Lisa Gee

Dr Lisa Gee is a Post-Doctoral Research Associate on the Ego-Media Project


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Time

Previously, we listed the themes the Ego Media team will cover in the essays in our digital publication. This week, we’re highlighting our work on Time. The lead author of this essay is Professor Clare Brant, and this post offers a brief outline of some of the questions the essay


Focus on Mikka Lene Pers

This week we’re featuring Mikka Lene Pers’s work on the Ego-Media Project. Mikka – a clinical psychologist who has studied and practised narrative therapy – is completing her PhD, which focuses on the phenomenon of mummy vloggers. Mummy vloggers “Mummy vloggers,” Mikka explains, “are a genre of social media microcelebrity


Social media & online communication: forms & practices

Previously, we listed the themes the Ego-Media team will cover in the essays in our digital publication. This week, we’re highlighting our work on forms and practices. From the outset, we saw forms and practices as interconnected: how we post and communicate online, with what kinds of semiotic resources is


Focus on: Professor Max Saunders

Professor Max Saunders is Principal Investigator on the Ego-Media Project. Primarily a literary critic, Max specialises in 19th and 20th century literature, particularly in turn-of-the-century and Modernist fiction, criticism, and poetry. With Professor Clare Brant, he co-directs the interdisciplinary Centre for Life-Writing Research. To-Day & To-Morrow One strand of Max’s


Situation, place & geography

In a previous post, we listed the themes the Ego-Media team will cover in the essays in our digital publication. This week, we’re trailing the essay on situations. The lead author of this essay is Dr. Rob Gallagher and this post offers a brief outline of some of the issues


Focus on Professor Leone Ridsdale

Professor Leone Ridsdale, one of the Ego-Media Project’s Co-Investigators, was a university lecturer in economics before studying medicine at McMaster University. She qualified as a neurologist in Montreal, and as a GP in the UK. Her research has focused on self-education for people with headache, chronic fatigue and epilepsy. She


The Self in the Age of Social Media

In a previous post, we listed the themes the Ego-Media team will cover in the essays in our digital publication. The first of these, perhaps unsurprisingly given the Ego-Media Project’s research aims, focuses on ideas of the self. The lead author (the essays are being written collaboratively – more on


Focus on: Professor Clare Brant

Clare Brant is Professor of Eighteenth-Century Literature & Culture in the Department of English at King’s, and co-Director of the Centre for Life-Writing Research. She is an editor on the European Journal of Life Writing, and the Project Director of Strandlines, a digital community project about lives on the Strand,


The Ego Media Digital Publication

In March, we heard that the European Research Council granted the Ego Media Project a six-month extension so we can produce an innovative digital publication showcasing our work. Together with our colleagues at King’s Digital Lab, we’re working to create something that is, essentially, a new form of digital “book”.


Focus on Dr Alisa Miller – War writing, on & offline

Alisa’s research for the Ego-Media Project focuses on war writing on and off line. She started focusing on war blogs in Iraq and Afghanistan, but more broadly her work looks to historicize digital war writing by placing it in a continuum, and by considering the various tools that have emerged


The Ego-Media Project in Athens

The ECHIC conference Run in collaboration with The University of the Peloponnese, the range of papers at ECHIC 2019 (European Consortium for Humanities Institutes and Centres) was invigorating. Discussions during and around the sessions were lively and diverse, with much evidence of collegiality and passion for collaboration. Talks ranged from


Focus on Professor Alexandra Georgakopoulou

Alexandra Georgakopoulou is Professor of Discourse Analysis & Sociolinguistics, King’s College London. She has developed small stories research, a paradigm for studying identities in everyday life stories. Her latest study of small stories on social media has been carried out within the ERC project ‘Life-writing of the moment: The sharing