Jasmine Erdener, Ph.D.
Jasmine Norkunas Erdener recently defended her dissertation at the Annenberg School for Communication. She specializes in gender and identity, technology and digital medias, and social movement activism, and she conducted ethnographic research at Bread and Puppet Theater. She completed a B.A. in Plan II from the University of Texas at Austin, and received her Master's degree in Modern Humanities and French Literature from the Université Jean Moulin Lyon III in Lyon, France.
At Penn, she has worked with the Media Activism Research Collective, the Collective for Advancing Multimodal Research Arts, and now the Center on Digital Culture and Society. She is teaching an undergraduate seminar on Visual Culture and Communication at Annenberg, as well as a course on ethnographic methodologies called the Art of Listening for the School of Social Policy and Practice at Penn. She has also worked as the audio editor and producer for a number of podcasts, including the 3620 Podcast, the Center for High Impact Philanthropy, the Data Refuge and Remediations podcast, and the Center for Media at Risk at Annenberg.
Jasmine Erdener is a postdoctoral fellow with the Center on Digital Culture and Society and a lecturer at the Annenberg School for Communication.