The Selected Salon - 001

Dan Taylor
Dan Taylor
The Selected Salon - 001

The American public have cast their ballots. 3 days in, and the nation is now embroiled in controversy. Will the Trump Presidency continue another 4 years? Who are the people who've put in there in the first place?

What role has technology played in shaping the outcome of this election?

More specifically, how is social media shaping the course of history?

How did we go from "Tom is your friend" to "Tom is harvesting your data and selling it to those who wish to influence your decision making process"?

Join us for our inaugural paid members event, The Selected Salon, where we'll be sitting down with Dr. Jen Schradie, Author of The Revolution that Wasn't: How Digital Activism Favors Conservatives to discuss these topics and more.

Dr. Schradie will share her insights as to what and how the American election transpired, what we can learn both from it, and how iteracts with cultural shifts taking place in Europe and beyond.

This exclusive, paid-members only event will take place at 5pm CET, November 11.

As a special thank you for being a member, we're offering five individuals a guest pass to attend, register to enter.

Dr. Jen Schradie is an Assistant Professor at the Observatoire sociologique du changement (OSC) at Sciences Po in Paris. Previously, she was a Research Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study in Toulouse, based at the Toulouse School of Economics, as well as at the Maison des Sciences de l’Homme et de la Société, Université de Toulouse. She received her PhD from the Department of Sociology at the University of California-Berkeley with a designated emphasis in New Media from the Berkeley Center for New Media.

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