Diana Daly, PhD
Diana Daly is a scholar of participatory culture and performance, offline, online, and in the liminal spaces where these converge and complicate. Diana teaches at the University of Arizona School of Information about how humans shape and are shaped by digital technologies and information. An interviewer and digital storyteller, Diana conducts qualitative inquiry around local histories in her home of Tucson, Arizona, and also produces media including the podcast Social Media and Ourselves. Diana’s most recent work is “Frames and Community in Arizona’s All Souls Procession”, published in in the fourth quarter of 2019 in Text and Performance Quarterly.