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Laura DeNardis

Laura DeNardis
Born 1966
New Haven, Connecticut
Residence Washington, DC, United States of America
Nationality United States of America
Alma mater Dartmouth College
Occupation Author and Professor

Laura DeNardis, American author and Internet governance scholar, is a Professor in the School of Communication at American University.[1] DeNardis is a Fellow of the Yale Information Society Project and previously served as its Executive Director while a Lecturer and Research Scholar at Yale Law School.[2]

DeNardis is an academic fellow of the Center for Democracy and Technology[3] and a fellow of the OpenForum Academy, an information technology policy think tank located in Brussels, Belgium.[4] She is a member of the Global Internet Governance Academic Network (GigaNet) and currently serves as its Vice Chair.[5]

Recent publications

DeNardis' books include Opening Standards: The Global Politics of Interoperability (The MIT Press 2011), Protocol Politics: The Globalization of Internet Governance (The MIT Press 2009), Information Technology in Theory (Thompson 2007).

Education

DeNardis earned a PhD in Science and Technology Studies from Virginia Tech, an MEng from Cornell University, an AB in Engineering Science from Dartmouth College, and was awarded a postdoctoral fellowship from Yale Law School.

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External links

  • Home Page of Laura DeNardis
  • MIT Press Author Profile for Laura DeNardis
  • Yale Information Society Project
  • American University School of Communication
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