Affective circuits and Digital Mediation – Borders, Refugees, Migrants, Bottom of the Pyramid, Smartphones, Care workers, Work/Labor, Games for change, Gender and Race…

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  • Co-investigator on “World University Network” Research Development Fund (RDF) 2015 grant application for project on “Inclusion/Exclusion in Digital Culture” (PI Dr. Hilde Corneliussen, University of Bergen). Other co-investigators include Bridgette Wessels, Valentina Cardo, Laura Czerniewicz, Jeanette Dillon, Brian D. Loader, Gerard Goggin, Lin Prøitz, Sally Wyatt and several others.
  • Collaborator on a grant funded project “Virtual identities of Muslim women in Norway” with Carol Azungi Dralega, Hilde Corneliussen (University of Bergen), and Lin Prøitz (Sheffield University).
  • Investigation of Gaming Cultures and Game Development in Norway with Kristine Jorgensen and Linn Sovig.
  • Research on Syrian Migrants, Refugees and Media/Technology with Jill Walker Rettberg and other collaborators.
  • Also some emerging collaborations around Games for change.

One resulting forthcoming commentary – see link.

see also Jill’s blog posts which actually led to her inviting me to collaborate on this –

 Jill Walker Rettberg on “To look into a refugee’s eyes”

 Jill Walker Rettberg on “How do Syrian refugees use social media and technology?” at

  • Research on Migrants and Refugees to Europe, Indian Diasporas, Technology, Affect, Care, Smartphones and so on with Urmila Goel and other collaborators from Germany.

some connecting points –

Gajjala.pdf ]

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