Danielle Kirby is a scholar in the study of religion and communication, focusing on new and emergent forms of religiosity. Recent works have focused upon mediated context of late modernity and its relevance in the development of beliefs of this nature. She is currently affiliated with the University of the Sunshine Coast, and holds a doctorate in the Study of Religion from the University of Queensland. Previous academic roles have included Lecturer at RMIT University, Adjunct at Monash University, and tutor at the University of Queensland.
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