Confessions of an invisible academic

So, on the summer of 2015, after having all my attempts of securing funding reach a dead-end, I decided that I am doing my PhD as a self-funded candidate. You see, Continue reading Confessions of an invisible academic

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Media Websites and Their Visitors’ Choices on Cookies

The paper ‘Media Websites and Their Visitors’ Choices on Cookies’ was published at the conference proceedings of the Third European Conference on Media, Communication & Film 2016.

It has been co-authored with Nikos Antonopoulos & Andreas Veglis. It can be found here.

Student-Alumni Career Networking Event

The University of Amsterdam Alumni Office invited me this Thursday (17th of March) at 19:15 to join the panel at the Student-Alumni Career Networking Event, and talk about the perks and challenges of doing a self-funded PhD. Among the things discussed will be the pathways after graduation and getting to grips with the Dutch labour market. Feel free to drop by!

For more information about the event, click here.

You Are Not Alone. The Emergence of Fan Communities Around User-Generated Content: A Comparative Analysis

The paper ‘You Are Not Alone. The Emergence of Fan Communities Around User-Generated Content: A Comparative Analysis’ is the thesis I wrote for my MA at the University of Amsterdam.

It can be found at this link.