Online Gods Ep 2: Media as Religion and Round Table India/Dalit Online Media

In this episode we speak to Angela Zito about Media as Religion and Kuffir Nalgundwar about Round Table India & Dalit Online Media. 

Angela Zito has a PhD from the University of Chicago and she currently teaches anthropology and history of Chinese culture and religions at NYU. She has also co-founded and co-directs with Faye Ginsburg the Centre for Religion and Media.

Kuffir is the editor in chief of Roundtable India. Roundtable India is an online platform, resource and tool which seeks to reshape society in "the light of the Ambedkarite ideals" and centre young Dalits.

The podcast is a key initiative of the five-year research study on digital politics www.fordigitaldignity.com funded by the European Research Council (grant agreement number 714285) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program. To know more about the project, contact principal investigator Sahana Udupa onlinerpol@ethnologie.lmu.de and for podcast-related interactions, contact the co-host Ian M. Cook onlinegodspodcast@gmail.com.

 

 

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