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This sections provides an introduction to Rob Gallagher’s research on avatars and the networked voice.
Clare Brant outlines the concept of imaginative agency and explores some of its manifestations.
Alisa Miller explores how war writing has (and has not) changed during the digital age.
Max Saunders reflects on the Ego-Media project's work with the Mass Observation Archive.
Professor Alexandra Georgakopoulou presents the translocations of small stories in narrative inquiry studies, and delves into the increasingly critic…
Rebecca Roach explains how computers and people speak to each other.
Max Saunders describes the 1920s futurology series To-Day and To-Morrow, and the series of Ego-Media events it inspired: Life Online Today and Tomorr…
Rachael Kent examines health management and self tracking; Mikka Lene Pers reflects on mommy vloggers; and Stijn Peeters explores IRC and Twitter.
Clare Brant reflects on the ecological impacts of digital books; and Lisa Gee explores what social media are, the nature and impact of researcher sta…