Eleftheria is a lecturer in media and communications at the University of Sussex. Her research lies at the intersection of media, economy and culture. She has previously published work on consumer activism, digital media and civic engagement, and has recently been researching media activism and creative tactics. She curates a documentary archive about the crisis in Greece, and sometimes blogs here.
Published in: openDemocracyUK#greekdocs: an archive for documentaries about the crisis in Greece
Independent media production in the context of austerity and declining media trust can allow for an exploration of...
Published in: HomeThe closure of ERT: public service broadcasting and austerity politics in Greece
On Tuesday, the Greek government announced the immediate closure of their public broadcaster, ERT. This simple piece...
Published in: HomeGreece, fascism and beyond
As a Greek, I am burdened by the recent developments in the southeasternmost corner of the European Union.