Conference papers and presentations
“Not like other social networks? BeReal and the remediation of liveness in the platform environment”. Association of Internet Researchers – AoIR 2023. Philadelphia, USA.
“Here for the vibes: making sense of social media’s experiential turn”. 73rd annual conference of the International Communication Association – ICA 2023.
“BeReal won’t make you waste time”: Liveness and the temporalities of disconnection. ICA Preconference – Key concepts in digital disconnection research.
“Reclaiming ‘the experience’: social media, the ‘Metaverse’, and extractive imaginaries of experiential enhancement. Association of Internet Researchers – AoiR 2022. Dublin, Ireland.
“Mediated as-if-ness: Toward a critical phenomenology of liveness in social media”*. 72nd annual conference of the International Communication Association – ICA 2022. Paris, France. *Top Student Paper Award, Philosophy, Theory and Critique division.
“Phenomenal algorhythms: The sensorial orchestration of ‘real-time’ in the social media manifold”. 72nd annual conference of the International Communication Association – ICA 2022. Paris, France.
“Liveness and deadness in social media: on the perceived lack of life of the infinite stream”. Association of Internet Researchers – AoIR 2020. Virtual conference.
“Absentmindedly scrolling through nothing: liveness and continuous connectedness in social media”. 8th European Communication Conference – ECREA. University of Minho, Portugal. [Postponed due to COVID-19]
“Going with the (social media) flow: notes on doomscrolling and stream flow-breakers in viral times”. Affect & Social Media 4.5 – Media Virality and the Lockdown Aesthetic. University of East London, Online programme.
“More than transportation, incarnation: Shifting experiences of liveness in mainstream social media”. 5th International Conference on Affect & Social Media. University of East London, United Kingdom. [Postponed due to COVID-19]
“From transportation to incarnation: Shifting claims of liveness in connective media industries”. Media Industries 2020 – Global Currents and Contradictions. King’s College London, United Kingdom. [Cancelled due to COVID-19]
“Compulsory continuous connectedness: Liveness and senses of uncertainty in mainstream social media”. Lisbon Winter School for the Study of Communications – Media and Uncertainty. Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Lisbon, Portugal.
“Experiences of liveness: theorising audiences’ engagements with connective media as sensorially perceived and discursively articulated”. Annual Conference, International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR). Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain.
“Connected Live: realtimeness and immediacy in connective platforms”. Connected Life 2019 – Data & Disorder. Oxford Internet Institute & London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom.
“Living with connective platforms: social media and the underlying claim of liveness”. Digital Culture Conference 2019. University of Nottingham, United Kingdom.
“Liveness beyond live video: immediacy and presence on Instagram Stories”. Instagram Conference: Studying Instagram beyond selfies – Middlesex University, United Kingdom.
“Live, here and now: experiences of liveness in everyday engagements with connective media”. ECREA European Media and Communication Doctoral Summer School – Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan, Italy.
“Uses (and disuses) of Facebook”, with Alex Primo, Vanessa Valiati and Laura Barros. 40th Brazilian Conference of Communication Sciences – Intercom – Curitiba, Brazil.
“I have so much to tell you, but with words I cannot say it: Animated GIF as an expressive resource”. 39th Brazilian Conference of Communication Sciences – Intercom. São Paulo, Brazil.
“Fluid Conversations in Cyberculture”, with Alex Primo, Vanessa Valiati and Laura Barros. 25th National Conference of Compós – Brazilian National Association of Fraduate Programmes in Communication. Goiânia, Brazil.
“Bitter about Glitter: Brazilians’ hatred towards sparkly animated GIFs as a manifestation of ethnocentrism”. 6th Theorizing the Web. New York City, USA.
“Sequential animated GIFs on Tumblr: boundaries between comics, fotonovelas and cyberculture”. 38th Brazilian Conference of Communication Sciences – Intercom. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
“Practices of private communication on the internet ”, with Alex Primo, Vanessa Valiati and Laura Barros. 38th Brazilian Conference of Communication Sciences – Intercom. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
“#RIPorkut: how Brazilian users reacted to the death of this site we barely even knew, but respected a lot”, with Laura Barros, Vanessa Valiati and Alex Primo. 10th National Conference of Media History – Alcar. Porto Alegre, Brazil.
“How I feel when: animated GIF and the daily life in fragments”. 8th National Symposium of Brazilian Researchers of Cyberculture – ABCiber. São Paulo, Brazil.
“The buzzfeedzation of journalism: 5 things you need to know about the Zero Hora’s case”, with Thais Sardá, Camila Cornutti, Gabriela Zago, Vanessa Valiati and Willian Araújo. 8th National Simposium of Brazilian Researchers of Cyberculture – ABCiber. São Paulo, Brazil.
“Animated GIF and Spreadable Content: an analysis of the uses of the image format at de 2013 VMA’s”. 37th Brazilian Conference of Communication Sciences – Intercom. Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil.