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Tuesday, November 19, 2013
12:00 AM
Institute for the Humanities, 202 S. Thayer, #2022

What implications do media infrastructures have on the way we work, interact, and live? The Digital Currents project welcomes scholars with a diversity of disciplinary perspectives to discuss the complications of our digital present to this mini-conference at the Institute for the Humanities.

Panelists:
Mary Gray
, Microsoft Research & Indiana University
“Crowdsourcing Piecework: The Geopolitics of Digital Labor”

Lisa Nakamura, University of Michigan
“Evil Media: The Market for Primitive Africa in Internet Vigilante Trophy Websites”

Molly Wright Steenson, University of Wisconsin
"Data Places"

Speaker:
Mary Gray, Lisa Nakamura, and Molly Wright Steenson