Friday 1 March

4:30PM ET Opening Plenary

James Gallery (CUNY Graduate Center) #f1

Wall Posts Can’t Protect You: Networked Privacy & Social Surveillance in Facebook

Evan Misshula
Alice Marwick,

5:30PM ET Refreshments

6:30PM ET Public Symposium

Proshansky Auditorium (CUNY Graduate Center) #f2

Theorizing the Web Presents: Free Speech For Whom?

Jessie Daniels

Saturday 2 March

10:00AM ET Doors Open

10:30AM–10:45AM ET Opening Remarks

11:00AM–12:15PM ET Session 1

Room A #a1

Ctrl+Alt+Del: Control, Resistance, and Refusal

Tanya Lokot
Laura Portwood-Stacer
How We Talk about Media Refusal: Popular Frames for Understanding Resistance to Social Media Platforms in Everyday Life
Raiford Guins
Beyond Bridges, Speed-Bumps, And Hotel Keys: A New Design Paradigm for Control Technologies
Malcolm Harris
Crowd-Sourcing Assassination 2.0
Tom Slee
From Facebook to Banquets: Identity, Institutions, and Uprisings
Room B #b1

The Participatory Culture Industry

Tara Conley
Andrea Baker
A Digital / Physical Day in the Life of A Rock Music Fan: Online and Offline at Concerts
Sam Han
Digital Fetishism, KPop and Projective Modernity: A Culturalist World - Systems Analysis of
Jasmine Salters
Digitally(re) imagining the black female body: Representing race, gender, and class in sensual massage ads
Nicholas Boston
'Remember to click
Room C #c1

Memory and the Speed of Data

Matthew K. Gold
Lev Manovich
Understanding the data stream
Sophia Drakopoulou
The 'lived now.' Observing the changes in the spatiotemporal experience of everyday life through the use of ICTs
Caitie Kealy
Viral Velocity: States of Interaction in Meme Culture
Piergiorgio Degli Esposti
Death on Facebook. Mourning and memory as a prosumer activity
Room D #d1

Art in the Age of Digital Reproduction

Sunny Moraine
Andrea Marshall
Star Trek and Subjectivity: Fan Videos as Sexual Textual Critiques
Cameron Paul
Mediating Beyond the Page: Objectivity, Materiality, and Environmental Approaches to Digital Poetics
Faith Holland
Internet as Pussy / Pussy as Internet
Olivia Rosane
The Republic of Tweets

12:30PM–1:45PM ET Session 2

Room B #b2

The Facebook Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism

sava saheli singh
Andrea Hunter
Monetizing the Mommy: The Commodification of Motherhood in Blogs
Brooke Duffy
Women Making Media: Revisiting Questions of Gender, Labor, and Power in the Digital Age
Jeremy Antley
Data Serfdom in the Modern Age: Constructing a New Feudal Order
Mohammad Kazeroun
Social Media and Reproduction of Prosumer Identity: Re - considering advertising strategies in the age of ubiquitous social media
Room C #c2

The New Politics of Participation & Persuasion

Tyler Crabb
Laura Meadows
Media Events in a Networked Age: Twitter Publics and Active Spectatorship
David Parry
When Elections Become Social Engineering Campaigns
Linda Huber
Updating the discourse: practices of political news production and consumption on the Facebook news feed: US Democracy, Race and Online News
Mona Kleinberg
US Democracy, Race and Online News
Room D #d2

IRL in the URL: Digital Dualism of the “Real” & “Virtual”

Whitney Erin Boesel
Tristan Rodman
This is You: and the Digital / Physical Divide
Stéphane Vial
co-authored by Martin Oliver
There is no difference between the "real" and the "virtual": a brief phenomenology of digital revolution

On the Political Origins of Digital Dualism: From Rousseau's Masturbating Habits to The Front Page of the New York Times

1:45PM–3:00PM ET Lunch

3:00PM–4:15PM ET Session 3

Room A #a3

The New Technologies of Surveillance Society

Carla Ilten
Andrew Schrock
User-Driven Video Surveillance in the Occupy Movement: Capturing Conflict, Claiming Space
Avery Henry
Frustrating the Technostrategic Gaze: Poststructuralist Anarchy as a Response to the Surveillance Society
Karen Levy
The Automation of Compliance: Techno-Legal Regulation in the U.S. Trucking Industry
Tobias Matzner
Online Identity and the Fragmentation of the Internet
Room B #b3

Bodies and Bits

Jen Jack Gieseking
Christina Dunbar-Hester
co-authored by Brittany Fiore-Silfvast
'The Internet Is A Series Of (Fallopian) Tubes': "Diversity" Activism in Hacker and Software Projects
Jenny Davis
Identity Prosumption and the Quantified Self Movement
John Michalczyk
Disability & amp; Technology: Redefining the Stage and the Field
Room C #c3

Infostructures of Knowledge

Karen Gregory
Bonnie Stewart
MOOCs are Not the Enemy: Networked, Non-Imperialist MOOC Models
Daniel Greene
Do We Have A Sign That Says 'Weirdos Welcome?': Urban Libraries and the Control of Access
R. Stuart Geiger
Values Where? Interrogating Client - Side Scripting as a Design Process
Shannon Sindorf
In defense of eavesdropping: Twitter as conversation, not self - indulgence
Room D #d3

Invited Panel: Spotlight on the CUNY Graduate Center: Theorizing a Public Web

Evan Misshula
Gregory Donovan
Introduction: Public Webs of Research & Pedagogy
Lisa Brundage
co-authored by Emily Sherwood
The Macaulay Instructional Technology Fellows Program
John Boy
co-authored by Maggie Galvan
The OpenCUNY Academic Medium
Sarah Ruth Jacobs
co-authored by Amanda Licastro
co-authored by Kiersten Greene
co-authored by Collette Sosnowy
The Journal of Interactive Technology & Pedagogy
Micki Kaufman
co-authored by Evan Misshula
co-authored by Suzanne Tamang
Projects from the CUNY Graduate Center Digital Initiatives, Internet Research Team, & New Media Lab

4:30PM ET Keynote


The Emerging Culture of Surveillance: Digital Data, Visibility, and the Web

Evan Misshula
David Lyon,

6:00PM ET After party