Petros Petridis holds a doctorate in Social Anthropology and currently teaches as an adjunct lecturer at the University of Thessaly. His main interests focus on the ethnographic research of digital culture and new media: specifically, digital economies, algorithmic cultures, gaming, machinima, fan cultures and the politics of knowledge in technosocialities such as Peer to Peer networks and Massively Multiplayer Online Games. He has published on gaming and gamification, file sharing and intellectual property rights, quantified self, new modes of surveillance, digital labor, and musical micro-genres. His publications include the multimedia open access book Digital Ethnography (in Greek). He has taught the courses "Anthropology and Games", "Digital Anthropology", "Digital Culture", "Anthropology and Commons" and "Economic Anthropology".