Julia Slupska is a student on the DPhil programmes at the OII and Centre for Doctoral Training in Cybersecurity, and was previously a student on the MSc in Social Science of the Internet.
Julia’s research focuses on how cybersecurity concepts and practices can better serve targets of technologically-mediated abuse. She is also exploring how feminist theories and methodology—such as participatory action research and ethics of care—can improve cybersecurity. Previously, she completed the MSc in Social Science of the Internet on the role of metaphors in international cybersecurity policy. Before joining the OII, Julia worked on an LSE Law project on comparative regional integration and coordinated a course on Economics in Foreign Policy for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. She also works as a freelance photographer.
Participants: Julia Slupska, Professor Gina Neff, Scarlet Dawson Duckworth, Linda Ma, Nayana Prakash, Selina Cho
Reconfigure is a feminist cybersecurity project that uses community-based participatory methods and feminist approaches to reconfigure cybersecurity research and build public capacity for data privacy and action.
Recorded: 4 February 2021
For the Reconfigure: Feminist Action Research in Cybersecurity Report Launch, authors Julia Slupska, Scarlet Dawson Duckworth, and Professor Gina Neff, were joined by Folami Prehaye, Activist & Founder of Victims of Image Crime.
4 February 2021
For the Reconfigure: Feminist Action Research in Cybersecurity Report launch, authors Julia Slupska, Scarlet Dawson Duckworth, and Professor Gina Neff, are joined by Folami Prehaye, Activist & Founder of Victims of Image Crime.