19 Oct 2019
Kramer examines the online communication of the reformist Islamic organization Jamaat-e-Islami Hind and argues that their online-ethics
European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) Media Anthropology Network and Project ONLINERPOL co-organized a one-day international workshop at LMU Munich to critically exploreRead more
Sahana Udupa will participate in a public discussion and present the paper, “Extreme Speech in Election Times: Innovation and Shirking in India’s Disinformation Complex” at the international conference on Digital Futures and Fragile Democracies, Columbia University, New York. The conference is organized by Jonathan Corpus Ong (University of Massachusetts Amherst), Sheila Coronel (Columbia University), DuncanRead more
Salma Siddique will present her ongoing researchat the 5th European Geographies of Sexualities conference in Prague.Read more
A special public policy series on tackling online extreme speech edited by Sahana Udupa, Elonnai Hickok and Edward Anderson is now live on Scroll.in. Articles scan the digital sphere in India…
13 July 2019
Under the Cambridge-LMU Strategic Partnership Program, ONLINERPOL researchers and members of the Cambridge Digital Humanities Center will meet in Cambridge to discuss research methods and ethical questions concerning digital media research.
27 June 2019
In an international workshop, “Digital media, politics and elections in India”, jointly organized by the Institute of South Asian Studies, National University of Singapore, and Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS), Sahana Udupa will deliver the keynote address, and also participate in a public panel discussion on the topic in Singapore.
New Assertions of Indian Muslims and the Scales of Online Politics: A Case Study of AIMIM’s Election Volunteerism on Social Media
27 June 2019
Erster deutscher Südasientag (University of Bonn)