Deborah Wheeler is a visiting researcher at our university this semester, and tomorrow she’s giving the first of a series of lectures that looks really interesting, on “Identity and Ethics in Global Internet Diffusion”. The series is run as a grad seminar but is also open to anyone who’s interested, and Dr Wheeler has particular expertise in Middle-Eastern studies and gender studies, I believe.

2 thoughts on “middle-eastern internet

  1. Toril

    Deborah Wheeler and this course will be my JOY this semester, I am fully convinced, and really look forward to her seminars, not to mention the writing that I plan to do!!

  2. Jill

    Oh, excellent! I’m going to try and get to her next lecture, because the topic’s really interesting.

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