Christina Dunbar-Hester

School for Communication and Journalism, USC Annenberg

Low Power to the People! Sneak Peek

At the invitation of Culture Digitally and with the permission of my publisher, MIT Press, I am thrilled to provide the introduction of my just-out book, Low Power to the People: Pirates, Protest, and Politics in FM Radio Activism. (With bonus pictures not in the book!) Though the book is centered on FM radio activism, issues of digitality loom large. […]

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Geek [draft] [#digitalkeywords]

“Geekhood has the potential to be opened up or modified to fit local conditions of selfhood experienced across nations, genders, or other cultural categories.  But every effort should be made to place geekhood as mode of selfhood and citizenship within the historical and cultural context from which it emerged.”   The following is a draft of an […]

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