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Mw. E.V. (Emillie) de Keulenaar MA

Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen
Capaciteitsgroep Media & Cultuur

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  • Postbus 94550
    1090 GN Amsterdam
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  • Profile

    Emillie is a junior researcher at UvA's OILab research collective and Time Machine project.

    At OILab, she specialises online political polarisation and the dissemination of far-right political culture across the web. She employs methods in computational intellectual history to explore the usage of key concepts in subcultural political language. Lately, she has also focused on the proliferation of 'alternative facts' in alternative encyclopaedias and in the so-called 'deep vernacular web'.

    She places these studies within a general assessment of how platform designs can better afford democratic dialogue, particularly in the context of her past research on digital diplomacy done at the Netherlands Institute of International Relations, 'Clingendael'. 

    Emillie holds a research masters in Media Studies (New Media and Digital Culture) from UvA, a MA in History of Political Thought and Intellectual History from University College London & Queen Mary (merit), University of London, as well as a BA in Liberal Arts and Sciences: Global Challenges, with a concentration on contemporary political philosophy and Latin-American political thought (magna cum laude). 

     

    Academic publications

    On Altpedias: partisan epistemics in the encyclopaedias of alternative facts’, Artnodes, (24), pp. 83–90. doi: 10.7238/a.v0i24.3300.

    Tuters, M. and de Keulenaar, E. V. (Forthcoming) ‘The Cultic Milieu of Kekistan: Disentangling the Internet’s Chaos Continent’, European Journal of Cultural Studies.

    Critical Digital Diplomacy and How Theory Can Inform Practice’, in New Realities in Foreign Affairs: Diplomacy in the 21st Century. Baden-Baden, Germany: Andrássy Universität Budapest (Andrássy Studien zur Europaforschung, 23), pp. 63–70.

    Melissen, J. and Keulenaar, E. V. de (2017) ‘Critical Digital Diplomacy as a Global Challenge: The South Korean Experience’, Global Policy, 8(3), pp. 294–302. doi: 10.1111/1758-5899.12425.

     

    Selected non-academic publications

    https://www.shrmonitor.org/misinformation-a-dialogue-driven-approach/ (Accessed: 18 November 2019).

    https://oilab.eu/4chans-youtube-a-fringe-perspective-on-youtubes-great-purge-of-2019/ (Accessed: 23 June 2019).

    https://oilab.eu/qanon-on-protest-larping-and-the-normiefication-of-4chans-bullshit/ (Accessed: 23 June 2019).

    https://oilab.eu/freedom-and-taboos-in-the-international-chanosphere/ (Accessed: 6 May 2018).

    https://oilab.eu/the-rise-and-fall-of-kekistan-a-story-of-idiomatic-animus-as-told-through-the-youtube-recommender-system/ (Accessed: 6 May 2018).

    https://oilab.eu/arktos-reformulations-of-far-right-ideas/ (Accessed: 23 June 2019).

  • Publicaties

    2020

    • Hagen, S., Tuters, M., Peeters, S., De Keulenaar, E., Wilson, J., & Willaert, T. (2020). Transcoding between hyper-antagonistic milieus: Studies on the cross-platform relations between radical political web subcultures. In Selected Papers in Internet Research 2020: Research from the Annual Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research; Vol. 2020). Association of Internet Researchers. https://doi.org/10.5210/spir.v2020i0.11123

    2019

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