Friday 8 April

6:30PM Social Event

Saturday 9 April

8:00AM Registration Opens

9:00AM–9:15AM Opening Remarks

9:30AM–10:45AM Session 1

Questioning Agency and Structure Online

andrew hare
The YouTube War: Wikileaks, Warfare and The New Digital Politck
d. yvette wohn
Crystallization
Sam Han
The Digital Milieu of Online Christianity: The Folding of Religious Experience into Sociality
tom geary
Electracy and Digital Agency: How Attainable Are They?

The New Economies of the Web

.Moderator
Joseph Waggle
ashlee humphreys
The Construction of Value in Attention Economies
Han-Teng Liao
Keyword Economy of the Web: Seeking Order in Open Linguistic Materials
Piergiorgio Degli Esposti
Information overload and size paradox

“Like!” ;) – Affect Online

.Moderator
zach richer
Lisa Sanders
Computer Mediated Communication and Emotional Effervescence
tamara peyton
From emotion to action: The ontological politics of the ‘like’ button
meghan rosatelli
Digital Emotions: An approachable approach
Andrea Baker
Comparing Online Communities: Norms, Structures and Processes of Two Groups of Music Fans

Workshop: Social Media & Feminist Activism

.Participants
katie king, jarah moesch
Posters Presentations by students of WMST 488A: Feminist Social Media Activism

11:00AM–12:15PM Session 2

Cyber-Support

.Moderator
jessica vitak
stephanie vineyard
Technology and Social Capital: How new media tools give opportunities to women
nick violi
Motivation for Participation in Online Neighborhood Watch Communities
Sara Martucci
'The Most Important Day of Your Life:’ Friendship and support on an online wedding forum
ishani mukherjee
My husband doesn't know I'm blogging: In Search of Safe Spaces Online

all ur informations iz belongs to facebook

.Moderator
Tyler Crabb
anthony hoffmann
Me, not mine: Facebook, ontic informational beings, and the problem with information as property
stephen lilley
Facebook Members’ Complicity with Commercial Transparency
jason treit
Privacy and Possessive Language in the Interpersonal Commons

Cyborgology

.Moderator
Nathan Jurgenson
Bonnie Stewart
The Branded Self: Cyborg Subjectivity in Social Media
David A. Banks
Practical Cyborg Theory: Discovering a Metric for the Emancipatory Potential of Technology
stephanie laudone
Constructing and Regulating Sexuality on Facebook
michael schandorf
Mediated Gesture Of The Distributed Body

Augmented Engagement – Global Politics by Digital Means

.Moderator
Sunny Moraine
Julia Schroeder
A Cultural Sociology of Technological Risk and Cyber Terrorism
louis sagnières
The Internet and the rise of a transnational public space
Joseph Obi
Cyberspace, Place Polygamy, and the Distributed Self: An African Viewpoint
miles townes
The Spread of TCP/IP and the Political Origins of the Internet

Cyber-Racism, Race & Social Media

.Moderator
Jessie Daniels
Stephanie Greenlea
Blogging for Justice: Black Technophilia and the Vitality of Black Activism in the Jena Six Case
jillet sam
Caste Endogamy on the Internet: Spatial Considerations
Daniel Greene
Among 'Friends': Comparing Social Networking Functions in the Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Afro-American in 1904 and 1933
Jessie Daniels
Theorizing Race & Racism in Internet Studies

12:30PM–1:15PM Plenary Address I

Digital Formations of the Powerful and the Powerless

.Participants
saskia sassen

1:15PM–2:30PM Lunch

3:30PM–4:45PM Session 3

Wiki-Knowledge – Populist Epistemologies from the Web

.Moderator
William Yagatich
katy pearce
‘I don’t use the Internet. I just use social networking sites and download content onto my phone.’ Defining the Internet: Perspectives from mobile-only Internet users in Armenia
ayelet oz
The Legal Consciousness of Wikipedia
kyle reinson
Buying the experts when the expertise is free: Contemporary (mass) media consciousness and the knowledge economy in the Web era of post-expertise
sally applin
co-authored by Michael D. Fischer
Humans and Knowledge: Making it in the Web 2.0 World

Augmented Encounters: Sex and Sexuality in the Age of Social Media

.Moderator
katie king
Nicholas Boston
The Amorous Migrant: Race, Relationships and Resettlement through Cyberspace
anastasia salter
#DearJohn, Don't be a Dickwolf; or, A Rape in Twitterspace
jarah moesch
Queer Profiles: embodying the (computer) code
alecea standlee
Technologies of Relationships: Meaning Making in the Techno-Organic Social World of College Students

Augmented Reality – The Implosion of Atoms and Bits

.Moderator
David A. Banks
Sang-hyoun Pahk
Restaurant 2.0: bringing online sociality to the streets
kent xili deng
Bridging Reality and Virtuality – Trust as a force that joins online and offline world
daniel susser
From Telephones to Smellophones: Place and its Role in Electronically Mediated Communication
raz schwartz
I’m the Mayor here! Place Attachment and the Personalized Physical Place

Poets and Scribes – Constructing Fact and Fiction on Social Media

.Moderator
pj rey
david zweig
Fiction Depersonalization Syndrome
dwight hunter
Why is Deception Utilized in Online Dating Profiles?
jorge ballinas
Facebook Negotiation
Jenny Davis
Beyond the popularity Contest: Constructions of Exclusivity on Facebook

Revolution 2.0? The Role of the Internet in the Uprisings from Tahrir Square and Beyond

.Moderator
amanda french

5:00PM–6:15PM Session 4

The Rise of the Prosumer

.Moderator
ashlee humphreys
jake landis
Phases in the Crowd: How Traditional Media Outlets Can Best Use Crowdsourced Data
EunRyung Chong
Globalization and Web 2.0 in the Network Society
jonathan albright
Participatory Mediation: audiences as meta-cast filters for online news content
Chetan Chawla
Unweaving the Web: Prosumption as Strategy – The Case of User Generated Content

Street Art, the Web, and the Digital City – A Conversation

.Participants
martin irvine

6:30PM–7:45AM Keynote

Privacy, Publicity Intertwined

.Moderator
Nathan Jurgenson
.Participants
danah boyd

8:00PM–9:00PM Reception

9:00PM Afterparty