{teaching} HONY

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I teach a course on digital communities, in which we explore the idea/l of a community, and look at theories of online communities. (if interested, take a look at my previous course blogs here and here).

While Fall 14 semester is still far away, I have already begun to plan the course — because of HONY – the photo blogging art/book/Facebook project based in New York.

I have decided that we will explore the issues of

 

gender, race, and class,

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globalization and migration,

 

 

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as well as states of alone-togetherness (as by Turkle)

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‘cognitive surplus’ and generosity (as by Shirky),

 

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and even some concrete lessons about social media, marketing, copyrights and crowdfunding.

 

 

 

 

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We will try to get to the bottom of why this multimedia art project / global Facebook debate forum has touched so many people all around the world. Why and how did HONY become a community?

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