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Dr Hameed Chughtai

Senior Lecturer

Hameed Chughtai

Charles Carter Building

LA1 4YX

Lancaster

Research overview

Hameed Chughtai is a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) with Lancaster University Management School. His current research interests include decolonial approaches to research and studying how marginalized populations such as Indigenous Peoples engage with, adapt, and use information technologies in their practices. He currently serves as Guest Senior Editor for a special issue on Decoloniality in Information Systems Research in Information Systems Jorunal. He is also an Associate Editor of the Information Systems Journal and as Secretary of IFIP Working Group 9.5 ‘Our Digital Lives’. His research has appeared in journals, including the European Journal of Information Systems and the Information Systems Journal.

PhD supervision

My broad area of expertise is Information Systems. I study everyday practices using ethnographic methods. I am open to PhD applications interested in critical and interpretive research in the context of digital technologies. Examples include ethical aspects of technology, body, marginalisation, decolonisation, and Indigenous scholarship.

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