In its first phase, the internet has done as much to promote discord as concerted action. As a midwife of social change, its revolutions have been premature. Assuming that's not intrinsic to the medium, what is to be done to realize its full cultural and political potential?

Panelists:

  • Ferenc David Marko, PhD applicant in anthropology at CEU works on South Sudan with a focus on state and nation building in East Africa
  • Marcin Koziej, Doctoral Candidate at the Institute of Philosophy at the University of Warsaw, researching new media and human collaboration from perspective of social philosophy
  • Katie Kuksenok, Computer Science PhD and fellow at the CEU Center for Media and Communication Studies where she's working on computational analysis of Russian v. Ukrainian on Twitter

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