Lunch seminar with Stefania Milan
CeRMI had the pleasure of hosting a lunch seminar with Associate Professor II, Stefania Milan.
Milan presented her current research about political agency, digital traces and bottom-up data practises.
With an optimistic approach she studies what people do with technology, and has come up with the term "cloud protesting". Through the notion of cloud protesting she understands social media not merely as a tool for, but also as a metaphor and enabler of today’s new forms of protesting and activism.
Milan is recently engaged as Visiting Associate Professor II in media innovation at the Department of Media and Communication. She is very enthusiastic about starting new things, and is therefore excited to work with researchers at the department and start dialogues on common topics of interest.