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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Innovation and Shirking in India’s Disinformation Complex

At the two-day international workshop, “Disinformation and Elections in Asia: Digital Futures and Fragile Democracies” at the Columbia University, Sahana Udupa participated in the plenary panel with Cherian George and Camille Francois on histories and architectures of political disinformation. She spoke about innovations in India’s disinformation complex, highlighting how digital war has become the new

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Research Methods and Ethics Workshop at Cambridge

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.

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The Framework of ‘Millennial India’

27 April 2019
At the multidisciplinary workshop on youth and new media turn in politics and policy organized by the Centre for Social Sciences and Humanities (CSH) and Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology…

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