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Old Ships in New Bottles: Eric Jarosinski (@Neinquarterly) on Academia and Social Media

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An expert on modern German literature, culture, and critical theory, Eric Jarosinski recently left academia to devote himself to his post as founding editor of Nein.quarterly, a critically acclaimed (and non-existent) “compendium of utopian negation.” Cited as some of the best writing on the web, @Neinquarterly now appears weekly in Die Zeit. Eric’s book Nein: A Manifesto will be published by Grove Atlantic in 2015. Join Eric for a lecture and workshop on social media for academics. Eric will talk about his own experience, as well as helping doctoral students and researchers to think creatively about their online identities.

Supported by the Social Media Knowledge Exchange, through the Cambridge AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership

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