Theorizing the Web

Apr. 8, 2011
Location: Online Only
Full Cost: Pay-what-you-will ($1 minimum)

Technology has always been social and society has always been technological. This fact has become increasingly difficult to ignore following the recent explosion of collaborative and user-generated content—what is now generally referred to as “social media” or “Web 2.0.” The social Web has the potential to change and/or reinforce some of our most fundamental social relationships, including those with others, our selves, our bodies and our experience with reality itself. We wish to assemble a multi-disciplinary group of scholars interested in exploring how the Web both influences and is influenced by the social.

Co-Chair // Nathan Jurgenson
Co-Chair // PJ Rey
Treasurer // Tyler Crabb
Designer // Ned Drummond
Secretary // Sarah Wanenchak
Facilities Coordinator // Dave Strohecker
Publicity Officer // Wiliiam Yagatich
Publicity Officer // Sean Gray