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Anthropology of emerging media, place, transnationalism, design, mobility, infrastructure. Find more, including pre-prints, at www.jordankraemer.com.
September 2016 - present
The Brooklyn Institute for Social Research
- Associate Faculty
- Courses taught: Critical Design; Queer Studies & Digital Culture; Digital Embodiment; Life, Digitally
Social and mobile media, from Facebook to smartphones, bring together social relations in new configurations that transform experiences of space and place. For an emerging urban middle class in late 2000s Berlin, reading national news online comprised a key daily practice linked to feeling German among mobile young people who otherwise sought trans...
Transnational social media have become entwined in daily life in places like Berlin, articulating and facilitating social relationships at different geographic levels. As media technologies circulate transnationally, the relationship is changing between online communication practices and everyday experiences of place. This article contributes to tr...
Two month ethnographic research project, leading a team of five researchers, on digital public space in NYC during COVID-19.