Razvan Nicolescu is a digital anthropologist with research interests in political economy, governance, ideology, informality, social and economic inequality, social norms, consumption, and feelings. Razvan is currently a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Imperial College London. He was previously a Research Associate at University College London with the Why We Post research project. Razvan received his PhD in Anthropology from University College London in 2013 with a thesis on boredom and social alignment in rural Romania. Razvan is the author of Social Media in Southeast Italy: Crafting Ideals (2016, UCL Press) and co-author of How the World Changed Social Media (2016, UCL Press). Since 2016 Razvan is the Editorial Assistant of the Journal of Material Culture.