School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography
University of Oxford
William Kelly is an Anthropologist of Japan and Research Affiliate at the School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography (SAME), University of Oxford.
Main research interests are concerned with the production and consumption of popular culture, leisure and entertainment practices in Japan, including those which are digitally mediated (karaoke-singing, video games and virtual worlds). He is co-founder and co-convenor of the Oxford Digital Ethnography Group (OxDEG), creator and convenor of the Digital Methods module for research students in Anthropology and occasional convenor of the Digital Ethnography option at the Oxford Internet Institute. He is a regular participant in workshops, forums and roundtable discussions related to digital research methods and currently holds a Teaching Development and Enhancement Project (TDEP) Award for development of digital methods training in the Social Sciences Division.