I bring an ethnic studies lens to bear on analyses of social media practices and economies.
Gender theory, Semantics, Social Media, Queer theory. Metaphor theory, Contemporary literature, Digital Society and Literature. Cultural studies.
humanities computing, social media, popular romance fiction, readership, authorship, creative writing, libraries, archives
I am assistant professor to University of Gümüşhane. I working communcation sciences, television, cinema, tv series, semiotic and science fiction films. And social media, ethnicty media studies.
lifelong learning, public digital humanities, horror, zombies, film, American literature, digital literacies, electronic literature, social media, digital pedagogy, open education.
The Jewish Studies and Music Study Group (JSMSG) is a study group of the American Musicological Society (AMS). Our core activities revolve around the annual AMS conference, where we organize an academic panel about Jewish studies and music, and deliver our annual awards for best publications in the field. Over the last few years, we’ve increased our online presence, through our new website and through social media (details below). We’ve launched a blog on our website, as well as a series of Zoom webinars. Additionally, we strive to publicize information about Jewish music scholarship from around the world, and share information about conferences, CFPs, and lectures through our social media accounts. If you would like us to publicize your events, please reach out through social media, or write to me, at: email@example.com. Please follow us on social media, and share our posts if you think they would interest your followers: Twitter: @JewishMusStudy Instagram: @jewish_mus_study our website: https://jewishstudies.ams-net.org/
My research is in Natural Language Processing and uses Machine Learning and Deep Learning to detect hate speech. I am particularly interested in detecting Islamophobia in social media.
Ethnic studies, women of color feminism, queer of color critique, gender and sexuality, critical race theory, Latina/o studies, Chicana/o stuies, print culture, digital humanities, social media
Craig Ryder is a digital anthropologist concerned with disinformation, social media and the nascent technology of synthetic media. Building on his journalism experience in Sri Lanka, Craig’s PhD research looks to not only understand the impact of fake news on democracy but how communities are mitigating its effect.
I’m an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Worcester State University and a member of the Editorial Collective of the Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy. My research examines social phenomena such as families, states, and social media networks through a feminist lens.