Revolution 2.0? A critical review of new media in the ‘Arab Spring’

A lecture with James Harkin.
This talk is the first in the series ‘Life Online To-Day and To-Morrow’, supported by the ERC-funded ‘Ego-Media’ project, and the Centre for Life-Writing Research at King’s College London. It will be chaired by Professor Max Saunders, Director of the Arts and Humanities Research Institute.

James Harkin is a journalist and analyst of new ideas and global social, cultural, political and technological trends. He writes essays, comment and reportage for The Guardian, Vanity Fair, The Atlantic Monthly, The New Republic, The London Review of Books, The Financial Times, Foreign Policy, Newsweek, The Economist, The American Prospect, The Nation and the Council on Foreign Relations in New York. His latest full-length book, Niche: The missing middle of business, politics, culture and life, was published by Little, Brown in March 2011.

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