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April 13, 2011

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It’s been publishing-palooza around these parts. Well, as much as two things can be considered a palooza.

So, um, that’s that. I of course submitted for IR12, the chapter of the dissertation that I call the “Mother In Law Chapter”. Sometime I’ll have to come up with a better title for it, but for the moment that gets people’s attention pretty well.

Best of IR11! March 4, 2011

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My paper from IR11 was published by Cyberstudies as one of its best of IR11.

Session: Space & Place October 20, 2007

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This was my session! Mark’s and my paper (Space and Place: New Playgrounds of 21st Century Life) was paired with papers by Jakob Linaa Jensen on virtual tourism and a paper by Homero Gil de Zuniga about geoidentity and new vs. traditional media.

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AoIR 8, here we come! April 3, 2007

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Mark and I found out on Sunday that our paper, tentatively entitled “Space and Place: The New Playgrounds of 21st Century Life” has been accepted for AoIR 8.0.  See folks in Vancouver!

Inconceivable! November 7, 2006

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I just discovered that The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life was not in my Bookends library. Those who know me well will be shocked and appalled by this.* I take it as a sign of how little I have actually gotten accomplished in the past 2ish years (since my HD crashed in early September 2004), because I KNOW that it was in my library at that time.

In other news, I learned a few days ago that my review of Viviane Serfaty’s book The Mirror and the Veil has finally been published at RCCS. (It seems that other reviewers were even more behind deadline than I was!) I was especially interested in reading her response to the reviews; I haven’t had a chance yet to read the other reviews.

*I have, in fact, been known to literally bounce with glee when I get to discuss Goffman.