Creator Culture and Public Diplomacy
On January 10, 2024, CPD hosted David Craig for an online conversation on creator culture and public diplomacy.
The discussion focused on the emergence of a new wave of native social media entrepreneurs as cultural producers—YouTube vloggers, Twitch gameplayers, Instagram influencers, TikTokers, and others—and how the disruption shapes storytelling formats and impact for public diplomacy.
About David Craig
David Craig is a Clinical Professor at USC Annenberg, a Visiting Scholar at Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center in the Institute for Rebooting Social Media, a Global Fulbright Scholar conducting research about platform nationalism in the Global South, a Visiting Professor at Shanghai Jiao Tong University in the Institute of Cultural and Creative Industry, Director of the dual degree MA program in Global Media and Communication with the London School of Economics, and a pioneer in the field of creator studies and the rise of global and Chinese creator cultures. His latest book, Apocalypse Television, describes the making of, backlash against, and political fallout from the TV movie The Day After that helped advance the end of the Cold War.
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