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Ashwin Jacob Mathew. Where in the World is the Internet? Locating Political Power in Internet Infrastructure. Ph.D. dissertation. Advisors: John Chuang and Coye Cheshire. University of California, Berkeley. 2014.
Elisa Oreglia. From Farm to Farmville: Circulation, Adoption, and Use of ICT between Urban and Rural China. Ph.D. dissertation. Advisor: Jenna Burrell. University of California, Berkeley. 2013.
Melissa Densmore. The Evolving Braid: An Ethnography of Technology Change in Uganda. Ph.D. dissertation. Advisors: AnnaLee Saxenian & John Chuang. University of California, Berkeley. 2012.
Dilan D. Mahendran. Race and Computation: An Existential Phenomenological Inquiry Concerning Man, Mind, and the Body. Ph.D. dissertation. Advisors: Paul Duguid and Kimiko Ryokai. University of California, Berkeley. 2011.
Ryan Shaw. Events and Periods as Concepts for Organizing Historical Knowledge. Ph.D. dissertation. Advisor: Michael Buckland. University of California, Berkeley. 2010.
Andrew Fiore. Self-presentation, Interpersonal Perception, and Relationship Initiation Through Computer-Mediated Communication. Ph.D. dissertation. Advisor: Coye Cheshire. University of California, Berkeley. 2010.
“I think we can do a better job of using the Internet to tap into how people are doing, how they’re feeling, and what matters to them — online democracy, in a way, but minus the hype.”