Jamie Bartlett

Jamie is the director of the Centre for the Analysis of Social Media at the think-tank Demos, which is a collaboration between social and computer scientists. Jamie’s work focuses on how social media is changing social and political movements. Over the past 18 months, he has led a team of researchers collecting data on Facebook supporters of radical political movements.

He is also the author of The Dark Net, a best-selling book about internet subcultures. He has written for several major outlets including the New York Times, The Times, The Guardian, Foreign Policy, the Telegraph and Prospect.

Related Sessions
Saturday 19 October 2013, 12.15pm Free Stage
Thursday 7 November 2013, 6.30pm Statoil ASA Fornebu, Oslo, Martin Linges vei 33 1364 Fornebu, Norway

Publications

The dark net (Random House 2015)

Death in Venice: is tourism killing or saving the city?

"I have never enjoyed being disagreed with so much."
Stephanie Calman, writer and broadcaster; founder, The Bad Mothers’ Club

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