Deniz N. Duru is a (tenure-track) assistant professor at the Department of Communication and Media at Lund University. She holds a PhD / Dphil in Anthropology from the University of Sussex and worked in the Sociology Department at the University of York and at the Media, Cognition and Communication Department at the University of Copenhagen. Her research interests include conviviality, multiculturalism, diversity, social media, media anthropology, anthropology of Turkey, and migrants in Europe. She took part in Transsol (EU Horizon 2020), Eurochallenge, Eucross (EU FP7) projects. She has published book chapters and journal articles in the South European Society and Politics, Southeast European and Blacksea Studies and Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. She currently teaches Digital Ethnography, Digital Methods, Media and Diversity and Qualitative Data Analysis and coding (with software) at Masters' Level.