I am an assistant professor of Culture and New Media at the University of Toronto, with appointments at the Institute of Communication, Culture, Information and Technology and the iSchool. In the past I have worked and/or taught at University of California Davis, McGill University and University of Milan (and visited or studied at SISSA, UCLA and Edinburgh). In a previous life I have been a vet and received a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Parma. My research focuses on hacking, digital labour, scientific cultures, and the politics of technology. As a journalist I write about science politics and digital cultures for Italian newspapers and magazines

email: a.delfanti(at)utoronto.ca
Twitter: @adelfanti
Google Scholar: my profile

I welcome inquires from prospective PhD students. See the Doctorate in Information Studies at the University of Toronto for applications, as well as my current research projects.