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No Downloads. His research focuses on the intersections of information and communications technology, intellectual property, labour, and collective action. His most recent contributions include the application of Marxian crisis theory to the economics of online social media and an examination of how workers fighting for better working conditions at Walmart use contemporary communication technologies in class struggle. She is part of the collaborative research project Cultural Workers Organize. She is consolidating more than two decades of professional and community experiences organizing and building capacity among marginalized groups in cultural, media, social justice, non-profit, and labour sectors.
Her research focuses on the intersections of promotional culture, new media, self-presentation, and new forms of labour and economic value.
She also writes on the university as a cultural and political site. Chris Lee is a graphic designer and educator based in Toronto and Buffalo.
While at the Sandberg, his work focused on speculative visualizations of alternative currencies, and their attendant institutions and ephemera. She has a doctorate in political science and two prior degrees in media studies. A long-time activist, in her doctoral dissertation she examined the history of the global justice movement in Canada using a temporal theoretical perspective.
Her research interests include collective memory, digital culture, social movements, and temporality.
Sarah T. She has extensive experience working within organized labour organizations and with unorganized immigrant and refugee workers. Her research interests include digital labour and labour facilitated through the internet.