All material for the course will be available electronically using your Davidson account or through open-access. While all these e-books can be purchased as print books, it is not required for you to buy print or e-books. You are, however, required to read them.
boyd, danah 2014. It’s Complicated: the Social Lives of Networked Teens. New Haven: Yale University Press. https://goo.gl/SYS5g0
Easley, David and Jon Kleinberg 2010. Networks, Crowds, and Markets: Reasoning about a Highly Connected World. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. https://goo.gl/DvobdH
Horst, Heather A, and Daniel Miller 2012 Digital Anthropology. London; New York: Berg. https://goo.gl/gm7yrq
Miller, Daniel et.al. 2016. How the World Changed Social Media. London: University College of London Press. https://goo.gl/nKWLrs
Whitehead, Neil L., and Michael Wesch 2012 Human No More: Digital Subjectivities, Unhuman Subjects, and the End of Anthropology. University Press of Colorado. https://goo.gl/c468fs
Boellstorff, Tom 2008. Coming of Age in Second Life: An Anthropologist Explores the Virtually Human. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Luke, Douglas A. 2015. A User’s Guide to Network Analysis in R. New York: Springer. https://goo.gl/IlwaV0
Nardi, Bonnie 2010. My Life as a Night Elf Priest: An Anthropological Account of World of Warcraft. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
Zweig, Katharina 2016. Network Analysis Literacy: A Practical Approach to the Analysis of Networks. Vienna: Springer Books.
Manovich, Lev 2016. Instagram and Contemporary Image.
Additional articles will be available on the course moodle.