Juliette Parsons | Research Assistant

Juliette Parsons


Interested in the ethics of emerging technologies. Genevieve Bell expert. Cavoodle devotee.


Juliette joined the 3A Institute (3Ai) at the Australian National University as a Research Assistant in February 2019.


She is currently completing a Bachelor of Philosophy (Arts) at the ANU, where she engages with a range of topics including cultural studies, moral philosophy and Southeast Asian studies. Juliette’s major is in Digital Humanities and she is passionate about the social and ethical dimensions of emerging technologies. She is also an expert on all things Genevieve Bell, having catalogued almost every recorded public talk Genevieve has ever given!


Juliette is also a talented proponent of the experimental baking movement (we have witnessed her wonderful carrot cake) as well as being the self-proclaimed number one fan of cavoodle superstar Cromwell the Magnificent (see Maia Gould).


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