Researchers Ekaterina Lapina-Kratasyuk, Lyubov Chernysheva, and Polina Kolozaridi will discuss what digital neighborship means while also figuring out what forms of urban commons exist in modern cities and how to understand their structure and changes.
There was a time when researchers considered closeness between urban dwellers impossible. Nowadays, one can observe the most diverse types of neighborhood relations in any large city. And yet, neighborship remains a complex phenomenon, now and then dissolving and reappearing in online groups and chats of residents of the same building or residential block.
Polina Kolozaridi is an Internet researcher, coordinator of the club of Internet lovers and society, Associate Professor at HSE University. She has studied and worked at several European universities, including in London, Bremen, and Vienna. She lives and works in Moscow.