Hector Postigo

Temple Dept. of Department of Media Studies & Production

hector.postigo@temple.edu

more Culture Digitally scholars reflect on the election and our scholarship going forward

Below is a second wave of comments from Culture Digitally scholars, grappling with the U.S. election and its implications for our scholarship. (First post is available here.) Read through, or skip to contributions from Mary Gray, Kate Miltner, Ted Striphas, Ilana Gershon, P. M. Hillier, and Mike Ananny.  As we said yesterday, we know the […]

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at Culture Digitally, we’re thinking about our scholarship in the harsh light of this week

Yesterday was a surprising, difficult day for a lot of us. For many of us based in the U.S., amidst whatever political feelings we were having, it spurred us to think hard about our own work and research agendas, and how they should shift to face new political realities. So some of us spent the day […]

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Announcement : Zizi Papacharissi wins Outstanding Book Award

Zizi Papacharissi‘s book Affective Publics: Sentiment, Technology and Politics was selected by the Human Communication and Technology Division (HCTD), of the National Communication Association as the winner of the 2015 HCTD Outstanding Book Award. In her book she writes:  “I understand affective publics as networked publics that are mobilized and connected (or disconnected) through expressions […]

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Hey! special issue of Social Media & Society, curated by Culture Digitally! (3/3)

We’re proud to announce the special issue of Social Media & Society, vol. 1 no. 2, curated by and drawing its contributions from Culture Digitally. Culture Digitally and Social Media & Society are, we like to think, cut from the same fabric. For five years now, we have endeavored to gather scholars and practitioners who […]

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