Our Many Lives on Social Media
In this workshop, participants will analyze and curate artifacts from our social media histories, including our choice of posts or collections on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, Tumblr, Twitter, or other social media platforms. Participants will analyze selected social media posts in terms of their historical contexts, intended audiences, personal revelations, and strategic concealments in order to craft a narrative about the person we aspire to be on social media, while also developing our awareness of the limitations of social media in capturing the complexity of our lives.
Led by Leeann Hunter, Clinical Assistant Professor of English
Wednesday, April 4th, 2018, 3:30-5:00pm, Avery Hall – Bundy Reading Room
No registration is required for this workshop. Facebook Event Link.
Please bring a laptop, tablet, or smartphone with you if possible
*This workshop is a collaboration between Leeann Hunter’s Passport Program in the English Department and the CDSC. The workshop will be held in the Bundy Reading Room in Avery Hall.