Lucas Pereira Carwile is a researcher in Social Science; currently pursuing a Master's in Strategies of Public and Institutional Communication at the Università degli Studi di Firenze (UNIFI), Italy. He holds a Bachelor’s degree and a Teaching Certification in Social Sciences from the Federal University of Bahia (UFBA), Brazil.
Lucas's academic trajectory includes participating in collaborative research efforts at the Federal University of Bahia. He contributed to studies on cultural impacts and popular struggles in Bahia through field research and archival studies. He served as a Professor at this university and later at Southwestern Bahia State University (UESB), teaching courses in Anthropology and Sociology, and mentoring students in their research endeavors.
In his role at UESB, Lucas was part of the Nucleus of Studies and Research on Prison, Violence, and Human Rights team, conducting qualitative research with the Bahia State Military Police using ethnographic methods and focus groups.
Currently, Lucas is working as a Sociologist of Technology at Cyber Ethics Lab. In this position, he combines his expertise in sociology with his interest in digital communication, scientific and technological innovation, particularly focusing on how these fields are communicated and perceived in a media-saturated environment. His current position at Cyber Ethics Lab aligns seamlessly with his master’s studies in Florence, where he is studying the public reception and perception of digital communication.