recent and upcoming talks

📌 [this is a pinned post to surface recent/upcoming public engagements] 📌

See here for more information about how to collaborate with me on a talk or panel.

upcoming

Book talks on Digital Divisions:
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Education, 10/8/21
  • Rutgers University, Department of Sociology, 10/14/20
  • University of California-Davis, Department of Sociology, 10/21/20
  • California Conference for Equality and Justice, 10/29/20
  • Cornell University, Department of Communication, 11/2/20
  • CUNY, Queens College, Department of Sociology, 11/11/20
  • University of California-Santa Barbara, Center for Information Technology and Society, 11/12/20
  • William & Mary, Department of Government, 11/14/20
  • University of Pittsburg, Sara Fine Institute, 11/17/20
  • University of California-Irvine, Department of Sociology, 1/25/21
  • Loyola University Chicago, Department of Sociology, 3/4/21
  • University of California-Berkeley, Department of Sociology, TBA
  • Google Fiber, Google, TBA
  • Google Education, Google, TBA
Workshops on careers in tech for social scientists:
  • Northwestern University, Department of Sociology, 8/27/20
  • University of Colorado-Boulder, Department of Sociology, 10/22/20
  • Cornell University, Department of Communication, 11/5/20
  • Washington University in St. Louis, Department of Sociology, 11/11/20

Public media:

  • Podcast on Digital Divisions with The Annex
  • Podcast on Digital Divisions with New Books in Education
  • Podcast on Digital Divisions with the Sara Fine Institute at University of Pittsburg

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