Public Roundtable: Voices and Ethics Part Three with Craig Howes

In the final paper from our Voices and Ethics panel, Professor Craig Howes (Centre for Biographical Research, University of Hawai’i) argues that digital technologies are bringing into being new biographical forms that demand critical attention – from Facebook ‘Year in Review’ slideshows to military drone operators’ ‘kill lists.’

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Public Roundtable: Identities Online with Leigh Gilmore, Julie Rak & Sidonie Smith

The first of Ego-Media’s September 2015 public roundtable panels saw three fascinating papers on the theme of online identity from members of the project’s international network, encompassing online activism, networked gaming and the fate of humanities scholarship in the digital era. ‘Social Media as/and Witness: The Case of Black Lives Matter’ Leigh

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Epilepsy Online: Interviews Commence

Over the last few weeks I have been travelling the country interviewing volunteers about their social media usage. At the moment I am talking to people who have epilepsy, a condition that affects around 1 in 100 people in the UK. The research is being undertaken in partnership with neurologist

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