Digital Life, Digital Identity – A conversation about the internet, fiction, and the future

Posted By on April 28, 2016

In Digital Life, Digital Identity – A conversation about the internet, fiction, and the future we see a conversation asking can we predict the future of digital technologies?

How does the digital shape who we are?

Canadian-American author William Gibson, associated with coining the term “cyberspace”, and Fenwick McKelvey, Internet Researcher and Concordia Professor (Department of Communication Studies) explore the complex relationship between digital technologies and our identity.

Featuring:

  • Fenwick McKelvey, assistant professor – Department of Communications Studies
  • William Gibson, novelist
  • Erin Anderssen, journalist – The Globe and Mail

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