Sarah is a Doctoral Researcher in the School of Politics and International Relations. Her research seeks to investigate the relationship between the Internet in China and material and social conceptions of power within International Relations.
Sarah holds an MSc in East Asian Relations (with Distinction) from the University of Edinburgh and a BA in Chinese Language and Culture from Washington University in St. Louis.
Chinese Internet Governance
Cybersecurity and Cybersovereignty
Politics of Emerging Technologies
Currently, Sarah's thesis research focuses on exploring the relationship between the concept of power and China's approach to Internet governance and cybersecurity. Utilizing an interdisciplinary… read more
Currently, Sarah's thesis research focuses on exploring the relationship between the concept of power and China's approach to Internet governance and cybersecurity. Utilizing an interdisciplinary approach of Science and Technology Studies and International Relations, Sarah's project seeks to understand why China makes certain political decisions about the Internet, how these choices about Internet technology relate to the broader Chinese society, and what implications they have for state power.
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