Margie Cheesman is a student on the DPhil in Information, Communication & the Social Sciences.
Aid and migration studies, feminist technoscience, critical data studies, anthropology
Supervisors at the OII
- A. Martin, E. Schoemaker, K. Weitzberg, M. Cheesman (2021) Researching digital identity in times of crisis, The Alan Turing Institute
K. Weitzberg, M. Cheesman, A. Martin, E. Schoemaker (2021) Between surveillance and recognition: Rethinking digital identity in aid, Big Data & Society 8(1)
M. Cheesman and A. Slavin (2021) Self-sovereign identity and forced migration: slippery terms and the refugee data apparatus, in Digital Identity, Virtual Borders and Social Media: A Panacea for Migration Governance? Ed. E. E. Korkmaz
- Sim, K and M. Cheesman (2020) What’s the harm in categorisation? Reflections on the categorisation work of Tech 4 Good, Big Data & Society blog
- M. Cheesman, Self-sovereignty for refugees? The contested horizons of digital identity (2020) Geopolitics
- Gillespie, M., Osseiran, S. and Cheesman, M. (2018) Syrian Refugees and the Digital Passage to Europe: Smartphone Infrastructures and Affordances, Social Media + Society
- M. Cheesman, The role of big data in refugee contexts (2017) Open Migration.
- M. Cheesman, Mapping refugee media journeys: smartphones and social networks (2016) Open Migration
31 October 2018
The Oxford Internet Institute is excited to welcome Margie Cheesman and Léa Macias for the OxDeg talk 'Researching Data in Humanitarianism: Ethnographic challenges'.
1 July 2021
Authors: Margie Cheesman
Margie Cheesman, digital anthropologist, and doctoral candidate at the Oxford Internet Institute, explores the subject of decentralised digital identity, what it is and what ...
20 November 2017
Author: Margie Cheesman
In this post, Margie Cheesman, the CII group’s new anthropologist, tells us about her background research and doctoral interests, which are at the intersection ...