Sarah Cefai is an LSE Fellow in the Department of Media and Communications. Prior to joining the Department she worked as a researcher and teacher for a number of universities in Australia. She was awarded her PhD in Gender and Cultural Studies by the University of Sydney in 2012, having completed her doctoral research with the support of a University of Sydney International Research Scholarship. Sarah has an MA (honours) in Geography with Gender Studies from the University of Edinburgh and an MSc in Gender from the LSE.
Sarah teaches on Theories and Concepts in Media and Communications (MC418) and Methods of Research in Media and Communications (MC4M1, MC4M2). She is also an MSc dissertation supervisor and an academic advisor to MSc students in the Department. Sarah has previously taught on a number of courses in sociology, anthropology, education, cultural studies, and gender studies at Charles Darwin University, the University of Southern Queensland, Macquarie University, the University of Western Sydney and the University of Sydney.