Francesca Uberti

PhD Student in Law

LSE Law School

Languages
English, Italian
Key Expertise
Law and Anthropology, Law and Science, Socio-Legal Theory, Risk Perception

About me

Thesis title

'Vaccine Opposition in the Information Age: A Study on Online Activism and DIY Citizenship'

Supervisors 

Professor Emily Jackson and Professor Linda Mulcahy

Research interests

Law and Anthropology, Law and Science, Socio-Legal Theory, Risk Perception, Online Activism, Public Health, Medical Law and Ethics, Digital Research Methods

Francesca Uberti is a PhD candidate in socio-legal theory at LSE Law School, where she is in receipt of Weightman's ESRC - Rena Field Scholarship. She has a background in law and anthropology, holding degrees from Bocconi University (Milan) and the LSE, where she read the MSc in Law, Anthropology and Society. Her research focusses on online participation and its impact on contemporary citizenship, legal consciousness and policy-making.