Claire Fontaine

cmfhedshot2Claire Fontaine is a graduate of the Urban Education doctoral program at the CUNY Graduate Center and a Research Analyst at Data & Society, where she works primarily on the Reframing Privacy project. Her dissertation, Growing Up Online: Identity, Development and Agency in Networked Girlhoods, explores the digital media practices of working class teenage girls of color and understands these as projects of self-making, as ways of expressing agency, documenting and reflecting on change and growth, negotiating with friends and intimates, and critiquing structures of power. Claire was previously a Digital Research Fellow and Faculty Project Advisor at the New Media Lab.


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