Dr Earvin Charles Cabalquinto is a Lecturer in Communication in the School of Communication and Creative Arts (SCCA). His research works lie in the intersections of digital media, mobilities and migration with a particular focus on critically investigating how migration experiences are shaped by an increasingly digitalisation of a contemporary and global society. He is interested in interrogating the possibilities and limits of digital media use in the conduct of personal, familial and social relations beyond borders. Further, his research advances ways of approaching and researching digital practices in a transnational context by deploying ethnographic and visual methodologies. He has published his works in high-ranking international journals such as Mobile Media & Communication, Media, Culture & Society, Information, Communication & Society, and Telematics and Informatics, as well as in edited book collections. He is actively working on several projects that seek to address the digital needs of migrant communities for civic participation in Australia.
Dr Cabalquinto sits in the editorial board of the International Journal of Cultural Studies. He also serves as an Associate Editor of Philippine- and Asia-based journals. He has been regularly invited by media outlets in and outside of Australia to give expert advice on a range of topics related to digital media and migration. These media channels include, SBS Filipino, The New Mandala, The Newsletter of International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS), Geelong Advertiser, Rappler, and so forth.
Digital and social media, Transnational communication, Labour migration, Transnational Ageing, (Im)mobilities in a digital world, Postcolonial content creation, Gender and Digital MediaDigital Practices, and Digital Labour.
Digital media and communication, Digital marketing, Digital Curation, Digital media research methods, and Global communication
ALR703: Digital Marketing
ALM302: Digital Media Entrepreneurship
ALC703: Digital Curation
ALM101: Making Social Media
ALC708: Social Media Content Creation
ALA102: Creative Brand Communication
Digital media and communication, labour migration, gender studies, mobilities research, transnational ageing studies, digital ethnography, and visual methods.
Communication, School of Communication and Creative Arts, Deakin University
Mobilities, Diversity and Multiculturalism Stream, Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation, Deakin University
Member, International Migration, Integration and Social Cohesion in Europe (IMISCOE)
Member, Association of Internet Researchers.
Visiting Scholar, Centre for Mobilities Research (CeMoRe), Lancaster University, United Kingdom, 2019
Recognition of achievement in student satisfaction survey - T1, 2019, School of Communication and Creative Arts, Deakin University
Faculty of Arts Dean’s Sessional Commendation, Monash University, 2015
Commendation for Excellent Teaching Results in 2018, School of Communication and Creative Arts, Deakin University.
Recipient of the Monash Postgraduate Publications Award, 2016
Monash Graduate Scholarship (MGS) and Monash International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (MIPRS) (2012 – 2016)
(1) Digital connectivity in turbulent times: The case of elderly Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) people in Melbourne, Australia. This project is funded through the 2020 Pilot Research Grant at the Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation.
(2) Cultures of (Im)mobile Entanglements: Doing Research on Digital Media and Migration in Pandemic Times. A collaborative work with Dr Koen Leurs of Utretch University. The project is funded through the 2021 Collaborative Research Plan at the Alfred Deakin Institute for Globalisation and Citizenship.
(3) YouTube and Brokerage of Social Transactions in the Philippines. A collaborative project with Professor Cheryll Soriano of De La Salle University, Philippines.
(4) Foreign Workers in the Care Industry in Australia. A collaborative project with Dr Arlene Ozanne (University of Otago, New Zealand) and Dr Ruth Carlos (Ryukoku University, Japan). The project is granted a Grant Priming Fund from the University of Otago (2019).
Earvin Cabalquinto, Tanja Ahlin
(2021), pp. 344-361, Viral Loads: Anthropologies of urgency in the time of COVID-19, London, Eng., B1
(2021), Vol. 14, pp. 351-355, Communication, culture and critique, Oxford, Eng., C1
Cheryll Soriano, Earvin Cabalquinto, Joy Panaligan
(2021), Vol. 23, pp. 84-111, Sociologias, Porto Alegre, Brazil, C1
Cecilia Uy-Tioco, Earvin Cabalquinto
(2020), pp. 153-170, Mobile media and social intimacies in Asia : reconfiguring local ties and enacting global relationships, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, B1
(2020), pp. 251-262, Handbook of research methods and applications for mobilities, Cheltenham, eng., B1
(2020), Vol. 23, pp. 1608-1624, Information communication and society, Abingdon, Eng., C1
(2020), Vol. 34, pp. 133-145, Continuum: journal of media & cultural studies, London, Eng., C1
E Cabalquinto, B Hutchins
(2020), Vol. 51, pp. 1-10, Telematics and Informatics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1
Earvin Cabalquinto, Cheryll Soriano
(2020), Vol. 23, pp. 892-907, Information, community & society, Abingdon, Eng., C1
E Cabalquinto, G Wood-Bradley
(2020), Vol. 23, pp. 787-802, International Journal of Cultural Studies, Thousand Oaks, CA, C1
(2020), Vol. 18, pp. 358-376, Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, London, Eng., C1
(2019), pp. 1-21, Second international handbook of internet research, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, B1
(2019), Vol. 4, pp. 49-63, Migration, mobility, & displacement, Victoria, BC, C1
(2018), pp. 247-263, Digital intimate publics & social media, Cham, Switzerland, B1
(2018), Vol. 12, pp. 4011-4029, International journal of communication, Los Angeles, Calif., C1
(2018), Vol. 40, pp. 795-816, Media, culture & society, London, Eng., C1
(2018), Vol. 6, pp. 37-52, Mobile media & communication, London, Eng., C1
Funded Projects at Deakin
Industry and Other Funding
Digital Media, Democracy and Youth in East and Southeast Asia
Dr Jian Xu, Prof Anita Harris, Dr Earvin Cabalquinto, Dr Amelia Johns
- 2020: $4,271
No completed student supervisions to report