Panel 16: Social Media / New Media
“Fly Fishing in the Digital Age: From Eastern Rises to #KeepEmWet”
Cory Willard (Ph.D. candidate in English, University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
“Going Rogue: A Material Feminist Reading of AltUsNatParkService as Environmental Rhetoric and Ecomedia’s New Resistance Movement”
Amy Propen (Assistant Professor, Writing Program, University of California, Santa Barbara)
“New Media/Ecomedia: Senegal’s Journal Télévisé Rappé”
Rich Watts (Director of Canadian Studies and Associate Professor of French, University of Washington)
“Networked Activism for Environment and Place in the Northern Triangle of Central America: De-colonial Practices in Digital Spaces”
Laura Barbas-Rhoden (Professor of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, Wofford College)
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