The scholars within the Computing, Culture, and Society group at IU engage in sociotechnical research that encompass many different arenas ranging from the history of computing, Internet and technology law, socio-medical studies, technological and political innovation, digital ethnography, online linguistics, gender and technology, gaming, human robot interaction, communication and scientometrics, and more.

While this page is undergoing construction to offer more a more comprehensive picture of the research interests of┬áthis group, we offer here an quick insight into the work of two of our faculty members. Below are recordings of talks given at IU’s School of Informatics and Computing’s 2016 Research Horizons event by members of the CCS faculty.