Dr Connor GRAHAM
Designation : Research Fellow
Office : B1-08
Telephone : 6601 2154
Status : Staff
Introduction

Connor Graham is a Residential Fellow and Director at Tembusu College at the National University of Singapore. He began an appointment as a Research Fellow in the Science, Technology and Society Cluster in October 2012. Connor Graham’s research focuses on the use of everyday technologies in people’s lives, technologies of leadership and the role of ethnography in design. Over the last few years his work has focused on social studies of work and technology. Most recently he has been examining media use by Chinese families and the relationship between information and communication technologies and living and dying. While working at ARI his work will involve developing a project on death, grieving and memorialisation in a digital age.

Connor Graham previously had a seven-month appointment as a Research Fellow between August 2010 and May 2011. He has a background in Psychology and Philosophy and Information Systems (Human Computer Interaction).