CDCS Workshop: Jeffrey Lane, Rutgers University New Brunswick

Date: 
20 Apr 2020 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm
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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 April 20 CDCS Workshop with Jeffrey Lane, please email CDCS@asc.upenn.edu by April 13.

About the Speaker

Jeffrey Lane is an Assistant Professor of Communication at Rutgers University New Brunswick. He is a digital urban ethnographer, who writes about the role of social media in urban life and criminal justice. Lane is the author of The Digital Street (Oxford University Press), which won the Nancy Baym Book Award from the Association of Internet Researchers and the Best Book Award from the Communication, Information Technologies, and Media Section of the American Sociological Association, and Under the Boards: The Cultural Revolution in Basketball (University of Nebraska Press). He is a faculty associate of the New Jersey Gun Violence Research Center at Rutgers University and a junior fellow of the Urban Ethnography Project at Yale University. His research has been published in peer-reviewed journals such as American Behavioral Scientist, New Media & Society, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, and Journal of Consumer Culture and written about in popular news outlets like The Atlantic and Vice.

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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