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Author Archives: Ludi Price
The following is an excerpt of a transcript of an interview between Ludi Price, a #citylis PhD student, and the Fansplaining podcast. The interview is about Ludi’s research into fan information behaviour and is featured in Episode 19 of the podcast, Cataloging Fandom. … Continue reading
#citylis PhD student Ludi Price presented at the European Fan Cultures conference at Erasmus University, Rotterdam (12-13 November 2015). Here she reports her experience as a speaker at the conference. Continue reading
#citylis research student Ludi Price writes about her presentation at #citymash: Libraries & Technology Unconference, entitled “NSFW: Fanworks and the Library”. Continue reading
Focus on Alumni is our series of blog posts written by #citylis alumni. This post is by #citylis alumnus Ludi Price, PhD Candidate in Information Science at City University London. Continue reading