Alphabetical List of Papers with Authors to be Presented at the 16th Citizenship Conference

"Don't Mess With the Lady in Black": Technology, Capitalism, and Islamic Feminism

 

Dr Khani Begum, Bowling Green State University

"Know Everything That Can Be Known About Everybody": The Birth of the Credit Report

 

Professor Jonathan Weinberg, Wayne State University

“It’s Gonna Be a Brawl!”: American Political Debate as Sports Spectacle

 

Mr Adam Cohen, Bowling Green State University

A Technê of Queer Citizenship: Memory and Place in the Digital Archive

 

Dr Michael McGinnis, University of Alabama in Huntsville

Are Politics and Social Media Intoxicate? Underpinning of Indian Democracy on Social Media

 

Ms Priyanka Sachdeva, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi, India

 

Dr Durgesh Tripathi, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University

Citizenship in the Era of Artificial Intelligence

 

Dr Kishor Dere, Indian Society of International Law

Constructing Illness as Isolation: Prescription Drug Narratives as Barriers to Inclusion

 

Ms Tabetha Violet, Bowling Green State University

Democracy in Blockchains: Race, Class, and the Politics of Platforms

 

Dr Jeff Pruchnic, Wayne State University

From Passive Observers to Desperate Participants: Youths, New Media and Democratic Citizenship in Nigeria

 

Dr Olusola Olasupo, Federal Polytechnic, Ile-Oluji

Gamification Pedagogy and Higher Education: Incentivized Learning Lessons for Faculty, Staff, and Students

 

Dr Julie Borkin, Taylor University

  Trevor Borkin

Gender Dynamics of Political Conversations: Testing the Effect of an Online Environment

 

Dr Mary Herring, Wayne State University

 

Dr Elizabeth Prough, Madonna University

 

Ms Jennie Sweet-Cushman, Chatham University

 

Dr Fred Vultee, Wayne State University

If “Reality is Real,” Why are We Online?: The Dangerous Pleasures of Virtual Citizenship in Ready Player One

 

Ms Kathryne Metcalf, Bowling Green State University

In Search of Certainties: The Impacts of Criminal Actuarial Sentencing in Citizenship and Legal Reasoning

 

Prof Rafael Costa, Escola Superior do Ministério Público

 

Dr Aline Martines

Intrusion, Incursion and Invasion of Privacy by Drone in the Age of Modern Technology

 

Prof Tushar Saha, Mount Kenya University

Mobile Phones and Political Empowerment: a Case Study of Kyrgyzstani Migrants in Russia

 

Dr Vanessa Ruget, Salem State University

Narrating Citizenship: Unruly Citizens in James Baldwin's Another Country

 

Mr William Daniels, Bowling Green State University

Participatory Inclusive Design and Co-Creation in Product Design Education at Wayne State University

 

Dr Siobhan Gregory, Wayne State University

Selling Extremism: Social Media and the Mythologization of Truth in Contemporary American Political Discourse

 

Dr Devan Bissonette, Walden University

Sentient Rhetoric: "Technê", Unintended Use, and AI

 

Dr Kim Lacey, Saginaw Valley State University

Sex Work and Fiscal Citizenship: Navigating Cryptocurrencies and Financial Moralities

 

Dr Isabel Crowhurst, University of Essex

Technology and the Architecture of Citizenship

 

Dr Allen Batteau, Wayne State University

Technology and the Creation, Alteration, and Degradation of Civic Spaces

 

Dr Allen Batteau, Wayne State University

Technology–Migration Nexus: Exploring the MigrantApp and What is Meant by Social Justice Apps

 

Mr Caio Teixeira, University of Milan Bicocca

The Biometric State: Citizenship in India and its Many Conundrums

 

Dr Prasenjit Biswas, North Eastern Hill University

The Biometric State: Creating a Social and Political Discourse

 

Mr Matt Harker, Western University

The Boundaries of Belonging: Illegalizing discourse in arguments in favor of a county ID

 

Dr Francisco Villegas, Kalamazoo College

The Digital Citizen: Debates on Citizenship in the Era of Digitization

 

Dr Durgesh Tripathi, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University

The Individual in Global Democracies: Technology and Pro-Social Action

 

Dr Mayuri Deka, University of the Bahamas

The Paradox of Racialized Cultural Citizenship: Exploring Theories of Race as Technology Alongside Theories of Cultural Citizenship

 

Dr Holly Jones, The University of Alabama in Huntsville

Where Have All the Robots Gone? Automation, the Humanization of Work, and the Automobile Industry in the Long 1970s

 

Mr Jason Resnikoff, Columbia University

Xenophobia and Democratic Citizenship in South Africa

 

Dr Edwin Ijeoma, University of Fort Hare

 

Mr Isaac Olayide Oladeji, Ekiti State University

 

Dr Olusola Olasupo, Federal Polytechnic, Ile-Oluji


 

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