Ph.D., Communication, University of California, Santa Barbara, 2011
M.A., International Studies, University of London School for Oriental and African Studies, 2006
B.A., Armenian, Arabic, Persian, Turkish, & Islamic Studies; American Culture, University of Michigan, 2001

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Curriculum Vitae

Katy E. Pearce, Associate Professor, researches social and political uses of technologies and digital content in non-democratic contexts, specifically in the semi- and fully-authoritarian states of former Soviet Union. Her current research areas include digital divides and inequalities; the affordances of information and communication technologies for social and opposition movements; and online impression management. Pearce also holds an affiliation with the Ellison Center for Russian East European, and Central Asian Studies.

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Selected publications