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Social Media and Politics: DAHI Tea #1

September 28, 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Mānoa Campus, Sakamaki B213

The UH Mānoa Digital Arts and Humanities Initiative presents:

Fall TEA #1

"Social Media and Politics" with Scott Robertson, chair of Information and Computing Science

The DAHI Teas are casual gatherings where we get together to discuss an issue, technology or idea... and might even drink tea or your beverage of choice! This first Tea of the fall is sparked by Scott Robertson, chair of Information and Computing Science. Join us for an informal discussion of the broad landscape of digital and digitized politics, including subjects such as "fake news," "alternative facts," foreign trolls and fake citizens.

WHERE: Sakamaki B213 (The History department lounge)

WHEN: 3-5pm, September 28, 2017

Join us for a lively face-to-face encounter! Please RSVP to David Goldberg (davidgol@hawaii.edu) by September 26.


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Digital Arts and Humanities Initiative, Mānoa Campus

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