I'm delighted that the latest article from Tim and my Mapping Movements project is out, Harbouring Dissent: Greek Independent and Social Media and the Antifascist Movement. It's been a long wait, and there are a few sections which I'm sure need updating, but I'm still very glad that it's finally public: Abstract: This article examines … Continue reading Frictions that slow, frictions that spark
#SMSociety14: Greek independent media and the antifascist movement
I'll be presenting the first analysis from the next case study of the Mapping Movements project that Tim Highfield and I have been working on at the Social Media & Society conference in September: the abstract is included here and we welcome comments, particularly from those involved in the Greek antifascist and independent media movements.I must particularly acknowledge … Continue reading #SMSociety14: Greek independent media and the antifascist movement
Upcoming talk at Bfest
B-Fest, run by the Babylonia media collective, is a three-day event bringing together music and discussions. There are some amazing acts and speakers lined up, and I'm happy to say that I've been invited by the Digital Liberation Network to run a discussion about my work. I'll talk in English, but Greek translation will be … Continue reading Upcoming talk at Bfest
Into the Fire: the Hidden Victims of Austerity in Greece
Into the Fire came out yesterday, and the creators are asking people to embed it and distribute it widely. The documentary looks at the impacts of austerity on migrants in Greece, who are facing not only dire economic circumstances but also widespread racism.