The Lectures, presented in three parts over three consecutive days, carried the overall title of, Exclusion and Inequality in Digital Societies: Theories, Evidence, and Strategy.
Thanks to the W.E.B. Du Bois Institute, video is available below from the first two of the three Lectures. A power outage on campus and in surrounding Cambridge prevented filming of the third.
11/27/12 @4pm: “What the Transition to a Digital Society Means for Those at the Bottom”
11/28/12 @4pm: “Policy Responses to Digital Inequality: Beyond Economics”
- The third Lecture, held 11/29/12 @4pm, was titled, “Structure, Agency, and Culture in Digital Societies: Struggles at Home and Abroad.”
- For more information about the free-of-charge Lectures and the annual Lectures series, visit: W.E.B. Du Bois Institute.
- Here is a link to select media coverage of the Lectures.
- Read Lecture Notes: What Would Du Bois Say About The Information Revolution?