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more Culture Digitally scholars reflect on the election and our scholarship going forward

Tarleton Gillespie, Mary Gray, Kate Miltner, Ted Striphas, Ilana Gershon, Paul Hillier, Mike Annany, Hector Postigo

D&S advisor Tarleton Gillespie, with several scholars, continues sharing essays on the U.S. election and the implications on scholarship.

As we said yesterday, we know the scholars in this community cannot address every issue that’s likely on the horizon, but we think our work touches a surprising number of them. The kinds of questions that motivate our scholarship — from fairness and equity, to labor and precarity, to harassment and misogyny, to globalism and fear, to systems and control, to journalism and ignorance — all of these seem so much more pressing now then they did just a few days ago. If we’re going to have four years of a Trump presidency and all that goes with it, and one way we can respond is through our scholarship, we want to start today in stridently moving that forward.


Tarleton Gillespie
@TarletonG

Mary Gary

Kate Miltner

Ted Striphas

Ilana Gershon

Paul Hillier

Mike Ananny

Hector Postigo

11.11.16

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