Ego-Media is five-year project funded by the European Research Council to assess the impact of digital and social media upon the practices and experiences of life writing and related modes of ego narrative.
It uses a combination of life writing theory and new media theory (including the notion of the networked self), participant observation of blogs, vlogs, social media and emergent sites, and interviews and discussions with selected online users.Find out more
Programme available here: Diaryfest-programme Hosted by the Centre for Life-Writing Research Eminent biographers, critics, writers and film-makers will talk about different aspects of diaries, on subjects ranging from Pepys to refugees. Free event, but booking essential: diaryfest.eventbrite.co.uk
The Centre for Life-Writing Research at King’s College London and the European Research Council-funded ‘Ego-Media’ project are delighted to be hosting the International AutoBiography Association (IABA) Europe Conference in London from 7th to 9th June 2017. The conference will highlight digital and new media. Changes in technologies of information and communication