CDCS Workshop: Catherine Knight Steele, University of Maryland

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24 Feb 2020 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm
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Location: 
Annenberg School for Communication, Room 300
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Open to the Public
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Workshop

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About the Talk

Details forthcoming.

To RSVP for the Feb. 24 CDCS Workshop with Catherine Knight Steele, please email CDCS@asc.upenn.edu by Feb. 17.

About the Speaker

Catherine Knight Steele is an assistant professor in the Department of Communication at the University of Maryland. Dr. Steele is a scholar of race, gender and media with specific focus on African American culture and discourse in traditional and new media. Her research has appeared in the Howard Journal of Communications and the book The Intersectional Internet (S.U. Noble and B. Tynes, Eds.) Her doctoral dissertation, Digital Barbershops, focused heavily on the black blogosphere and the politics of online counterpublics. She is currently working on a monograph about digital black feminism and new media technologies. Dr. Steele also serves as the first Project Director for the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation funded College of Arts and Humanities grant, Synergies Among Digital Humanities and African American History and Culture. 

About the CDCS Workshop Series

The Center on Digital Culture and Society's Workshop Series features works in progress from digital media studies scholars. CDCS Workshops offer relatively informal, collective spaces for discussion, collaboration, and feedback, with the goal of nurturing qualitative research on digital media and communication technologies. Workshop speakers present new projects at varying stages of development and solicit feedback and questions from workshop attendees. Attendees who RSVP receive copies of the material to be workshopped in advance of the session.


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