Association of Internet Researchers 2023October 18–21, 2023 | Philadelphia, PA
We’re looking forward to meeting with you all in person at the 2023 AoIR conference in Philadelphia! Come by our booth in the exhibit hall and say hi!
- Click here to book an in-person meeting at the conference
- Click here to book a Zoom meeting before or after the conference
Even if you can’t attend in person, you can follow along with the conversations at the conference hashtag #AoIR2023. AoIR is using Mastodon for this year’s conference, so head over to there to join in.
We want to give a huge shout out and thank you to AoIR conference chair Adrienne Shaw whose tireless dedication, thoughtful care, and organizational brilliance has made this event possible. As just a small example, take a look at this amazing Philadelphia guide she has spent 4 YEARS creating to ensure this event is accessible and enjoyable for everyone involved.
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#IoFAuthors at AoIR
Juan Llamas-Rodriguez, author of Border Tunnels: A Media Theory of the US–Mexico Underground
- “Latinx Internet Studies”
- “Whitexicans, or the Racial Politics of Digital Culture in Mexico”
- Stay tuned for Juan’s upcoming Imagine Otherwise episode!
- “‘Here to Have Fun and Fight Ableism’: #Autisktok User Bios as Neuroqueer Micro-Activist Platform Affordances” (with Jessica Sage Rauchberg, Ellen Simpson, Josh Guberman, and Sarah Feinberg)
- Check out our interview with Meryl on Imagine Otherwise!
Kevin Driscoll, author of The Modem World: A Prehistory of Social Media (winner of the 2023 Nancy Baym Annual Book Award from AoIR)
- “Dispatches from the Early Internet: Histories, Imaginaries, and Archaeologies” (moderating)
André Brock, author of Distributed Blackness: African American Cybercultures (winner of the 2021 Nancy Baym Annual Book Award from AoIR)
- “Ten Years of Critical Technocultural Discourse Analysis”
- “Whiteness and Technology”
Christopher J. Persaud, coeditor of Real Life in Real Time: Live Streaming Culture
- “Panel: Sex” (moderating)
Jabari Miles Evans, author of Hip Hop Civics
- “These Girls (Strip) for the Clout: Exploring Aspirational, Emotional, and Erotic Labor of Black Women Hip-Hop Artists on OnlyFans”
Jessa Lingel, author of An Internet for the People: The Politics and Promise of Craigslist
- “Building an Alternative Social Media Network”