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This week's In Media Res theme focus is Social Media Activism.


Here's the lineup:  http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/imr/

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Monday, October 3 - Spring Duvall (Salem College) presents "Witnessing #NoJusticeNoLeBron:  The promise and limitations of celebrity social media activism."


Tuesday, October 4 - Jason Jarvis (Loyola Marymount University) presents "The Visual Rhetoric of Anonymous Networks."


Wednesday, October 5 - Indrani Lahiri (De Montfort University) presents "Political Twitterites."


Thursday, October 6 - Sara Stafford (Georgia State University) presents "Decision 2016 Online Activism."


Friday, October 7 - Sammi Dittloff (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) presents "Hashtag Activism vs. Hacktivism."


Theme week organized by Sara Stafford (Georgia State University).


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The In Media Res Team


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