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Digital Politics: Transforming Government, Elections, and Advocacy

…disruptive impact of digital technology and social media on politics at home and abroad. Agenda: Welcome – Dr. Richard Harris, Chair Political Science and Dr. James Brown, Director Digital Studies Center Announcement of Certificate Focus – Dean Kriste Lindenmeyer Deciphering Digital Politics Panel Doing Digital Politics Panel Register at: polisci.camden.rutgers.edu/digital-politics

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Information/Race: What Ferguson Can Teach Us About Race, Politics, and Journalism in the Network

On September 30, 2014, the Digital Studies Center hosted a roundtable event entitled “Information Race: What Ferguson Can Teach Us About Race, Politics, and Journalism in the Network.” Above, you can view a video of that roundtable, which was was moderated by Rich Aregood and which featured Wayne Glasker (History),…

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Voices of Immigration

…Why Some Racial Groups Are More Vulnerable.” BBC Future, BBC, www.bbc.com/future/article/20200420-coronavirus-why-some-racial-groups-are-more-vulnerable. Stephanie Soucheray | News Reporter | CIDRAP News | Aug 14, 2020. “US Blacks 3 Times More Likely than Whites to Get COVID-19.” CIDRAP, 14 Aug. 2020, www.cidrap.umn.edu/news-perspective/2020/08/us-blacks-3-times-more-likely-whites-get-covid-19. Survey: International Students’ Main Concerns Center on Issues of Health, Safety…

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R-CADE The Rutgers-Camden Archive of Digital Ephemera (R-CADE) is a collection of hardware and software made available to scholars for research purposes. Unlike many archives, the R-CADE does not necessarily aim to preserve these artifacts, at least not in the traditional sense of this word. Scholars are free to take…