Digital Humanities Calendar
Dialog 2.0: Social Movements, Online Communication & Transformation
Save the dates for the CRDM 2019 Symposium, during which we will explore and complicate how conversations in online, offline, and hybrid spaces can promote dialogic communication that overcomes tribalism, echo chambers, and polarization. We will discuss intersections among social movements, online communication, and transformation in contexts ranging from interpersonal conversations to public protests to online activism. We are excited to welcome, Department Head of Communication and Professor of Communication and Political Science at the University of Illinois-Chicago to deliver a Keynote Address on Affective Publics: News Storytelling, Sentiment, Democracy. NC State’s own Blair Kelley will also give a talk titled The Historian’s Guide to Black Twitter: Navigating Discussions of Race on Social Media.
- March 28
- March 30
- Caldwell Lounge