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Past Events

Rob Kling Center for Social Informatics Speaker Series

Giving a talk about the book 'Going Viral'
When: Fri April 4 2014 14:00 - 15:30
Where: Indiana University, Blommington

Big: Culture and Data in the Digital Field

Participating in an interdisciplinary workshop with Tom Boellstorff, Christine Borgman, Paul Dourish, Mary L. Gray and others about big data meanings and practices
When: Thu April 10 2014 19:00 - Sun April 13 13:00
Where: University of California Irvine

Research Conversation: Going Viral

In this research conversation Karine Nahon and Jeff Hemsley will discuss the complex facets of virality as a process and its impact on individuals, groups and societies. Virality, is a mechanism that reproduces social norms, and at the same time a mechanism that challenges institutions and their structure. This lecture is based on the book "Going Viral."
When: Mon May 12 2014 12:00 - 13:30
Where: Mary Gates Hall 420, University of Washington

After Sonwden... What?

A symposium about what we might do as academics to enhance public understanding and democratic discourse in the light of what is now known about state and industrial power as it affects the Internet.
When: Mon September 29 2014 07:15 - 08:15
Where: St. John, Cambridge

Social Media Research Workshop

Co-organizing a workshop titled "FAIL! Things that didn't work out in social media research - and what we can learn from them" with Katrin Weller and Luca Rossi and attending the AoIR (Association of Internet Research) annual meeting
When: Wed October 21 2015 09:00 - Sat October 24 18:00
Where: Phoenix, Arizona