MiT6 - Anne Kustritz

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"Media Temporalities: Genre, Queer Space, and Digital Archives in Transition"
Media in Transition 6 - MIT
April 25, 2009

A part of the above panel. I moderated; this is not my own presentation!

Surveillance and Self-Presentation: Foucault’s Arts of Existence in the Digital Archive
Anne Kustritz

Anne Kustritz is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Department at Macalester College where she teaches media anthropology, sexual citizenship, and queer and feminist theory. Her research centers on cyberethnography, queer citizenship, the public sphere, and slash fan fiction and other fan creative practices. Her essays appear in the Journal of American Culture, Refractory, Transformative Works and Cultures, and Flow, and her book manuscript is titled "Multiplying Sex, Sociability, and Civics: Slash Fan Fiction's Publics."

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  1. 1. Surveillance and Self-Presentation: Foucault’s Arts of Existence in the Digital Archive Anne Kustritz Media in Transition 6 - MIT - April 25, 2009

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