From big data to digital games, social media to online activism, digital media to e-commerce, evolving digital technologies have gained prominence over the last two decades in humanities and social science research. The Critical Methods in Technoculture Seminars bring together an international collaboration of emerging scholars to activate a research agenda mobilizing feminist critical communications scholarship and to develop a nuanced approach to incipient digital research methods across academic and professional disciplines. The seminars take place between September 2016 and March 2017.


RESEARCHERS (alphabetical)

Rena Bivens, Carleton University

Alison Harvey, University of Leicester

Mél Hogan, University of Calgary

Jessalyn Keller, University of Calgary

Koen Leurs, Utrecht University

Mélanie Millette, Université de Québec à Montréal

Mary Elizabeth Luka, York University

Sarah Roberts, UCLA

Tamara Shepherd, University of Calgary

Samantha Thrift, University of Calgary

Jacqueline Wallace, Concordia University

Andrea Zeffiro, McMaster University