I’m excited to announce that I’ll be join Harvard University’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society as a Fellow, starting in September 2016!
As part of my fellowship, I’ll be spending most of my time in Cambridge, MA and part of my time in Portland, OR.
I’ll be researching the transition from the industrial society to the information society and its effect on creativity, connectivity, isolation and depression (along with a whole host of other topics that I’ve been working on – Calm Technology, Cyborg Anthropology and Data Ownership).
Looking forward to an intense and interesting year with some amazing people! And if you’re looking to visit Cambridge, please do! I’d love to see you!
What is Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center?
Berkman Klein Center’s mission is to explore and understand cyberspace; to study its development, dynamics, norms, and standards; and to assess the need or lack thereof for laws and sanctions. Berkman Klein is a research center premised on the observation that what we seek to learn is not already recorded. Our method is to build out into cyberspace, record data as we go, self-study, and share. You can learn more about the Berkman Klein Center here!