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AMT Lecture Series: Gabriella Coleman – e pluribus Anonymous: in lulz we trust

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Gabriella Coleman
e pluribus Anonymous: in lulz we trust

Join us for an ethnographic report from deep inside the virtual public sphere. Gabriella Coleman (NYU, McGill) researches transnational digital social movements from Anonymous to the Debian Project. Her scholarship has focused on the formation of ethical and aesthetic identity within these movements, and how they are transforming the wider cultural understanding of law, property, and freedom. She has published widely, and has interpreted digital activism for the popular media, including Al Jazeera, Democracy Now, the New York Times, and many other venues. Her book, Coding Freedom: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Hacking, is forthcoming on Princeton University Press. Hosted by Building Better Speech & Globe.

Thursday, Nov. 10
Parsons New School for Design
Room #1200, 12th Floor
6 E16th St

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