Hate speech, information disorder and conflict

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Sahana Udupa will speak about global research on hate speech, information disorder and conflict (a comprehensive review prepared in collaboration with Iginio Gagliardone, Alexandra Deem and Laura Csuka) at the workshop of the SSRC Academic Network on Peace, Security and the United Nations, in New York.

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Social Media Ethics and the Jamaat-e-Islami Hind

ONLINERPOL core team member Max Kramer will analyze the theory and practice of social media ethics of the Indian reform Islamic organization Jamaat-e-Islami Hind in his upcoming talk on January 22. He is going to compare the ethical understanding of the Jamaat with other traditions of ethics that deal with questions of social media on

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Multiplicities and Convergence in Online Extreme Speech

In the lecture series, “The End/s of History: Post 1989 Worlds in the Making” organized by Annika Lems, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle, Sahana Udupa will probe the nature and contours of a global conjuncture of exclusionary politics, using online extreme speech as a window to contemporary digital cultures.

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Digital Disinformation and Election Integrity

9 Jan 2020
In a special series, “Elections in the Age of Social Media”, edited by Ronojoy Sen, Senior Research Fellow, Institute of South Asian Studies, National University of Singapore, Sahana Udupa has published an article on regulatory challenges surrounding digital disinformation and election integrity.

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Feminism and online politics in India: Precarious solidarities, promising opportunities

Project ONLINERPOL hosted Prof. Dr. Usha Raman, a media and communication scholar from the University of Hyderabad, to share her insights about how the digital has mediated feminist politics in India within the past decade. This period has seen not only feminist mobilization but also the emergence of a more nuanced, multi-faceted discourse around gender politics,

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The Digital Turn in Media Anthropology

11 Oct 2019
European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) Media Anthropology Network and Project ONLINERPOL have co-organized a one-day international workshop at LMU Munich to critically explore

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