Dr Esperanza Miyake
Dr Esperanza Miyake

Dr. Esperanza Miyake is a Chancellor's Fellow in Journalism, Media & Communication at the University of Strathclyde. Esperanza specialises in the critical analyses of gender, race and technology within the context of (digital) media, culture and society. Esperanza's latest book, The Gendered Motorcycle: Representations in Society, Media and Popular Culture (Bloomsbury, 2018) politicises representations of gender, race and technology in visual culture within the context of the US, the UK and Japan. Her forthcoming book (co-authored with Dr. Adi Kuntsman) explores the politics of digital refusal in everyday life, and is entitled, Paradoxes of Digital Disengagement: In Search of the Opt-out button (University of Westminster Press). Her other collaborative research is currently concerned with social media and the experiences of those living with Long Covid. Esperanza has also written for international media outlets such as The New York Times, Newsweek Japan, The Conversation and appeared on BBC Radio 4's 'Thinking Allowed'.

Dr. Esperanza Miyake is a Chancellor's Fellow in Journalism, Media & Communication at the University of Strathclyde. Esperanza specialises in the critical analyses of gender, race and technology within the context of (digital) media, culture and society. Esperanza's latest book, The Gendered Motorcycle: Representations in Society, Media and Popular Culture (Bloomsbury, 2018) politicises representations of gender, race and technology in visual culture within the context of the US, the UK and Japan. Her forthcoming book (co-authored with Dr. Adi Kuntsman) explores the politics of digital refusal in everyday life, and is entitled, Paradoxes of Digital Disengagement: In Search of the Opt-out button (University of Westminster Press). Her other collaborative research is currently concerned with social media and the experiences of those living with Long Covid. Esperanza has also written for international media outlets such as The New York Times, Newsweek Japan, The Conversation and appeared on BBC Radio 4's 'Thinking Allowed'.