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In collaboration with the Politics of Representation Collective: Mark Carrigan Surviving Society

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How can academics use social media in a meaningful way? Is there a way of us working against neo-liberal habits in our use of it as academics? Mark Carrigan helps us think through epistemology, scholarship and labour.

This episode was recorded as part Politics of Representation Collective conference - The Visual and Critical Representation in an Age of Impact supported by the Sociological Review and University of Cambridge Education faculty. With thanks to Sharon Walker, Rebecca Gordon, Lakshmi Bose & Arif Naveed.


Useful links-
https://politicsofrepresentationcollective.org/
https://www.thesociologicalreview.com/category/collections/politics-of-representation/
https://uk.sagepub.com/en-gb/eur/social-media-for-academics/book261904
https://markcarrigan.net

How can academics use social media in a meaningful way? Is there a way of us working against neo-liberal habits in our use of it as academics? Mark Carrigan helps us think through epistemology, scholarship and labour.

This episode was recorded as part Politics of Representation Collective conference - The Visual and Critical Representation in an Age of Impact supported by the Sociological Review and University of Cambridge Education faculty. With thanks to Sharon Walker, Rebecca Gordon, Lakshmi Bose & Arif Naveed.


Useful links-
https://politicsofrepresentationcollective.org/
https://www.thesociologicalreview.com/category/collections/politics-of-representation/
https://uk.sagepub.com/en-gb/eur/social-media-for-academics/book261904
https://markcarrigan.net

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