Nine years ago, the Berkman Center for Internet and Society, at Harvard Law School, hosted one of our Improbable Dramatic Readings events (which we sometimes call Dramatic Improbable Readings events), with Berkmanians and friends being the dramatic readers, and audience members asking impenetrating questions. Here’s video of that event.
The Berkman Center, whose name has since grown to become the Berkman Klein Center, also has a writeup of the event.
The dramatic readers, each reading dramatically from a research study that they had not seen until a few minutes before the event began, include most (but not all!) of the people on this list, and a few people who are not on this list:
- Gus Rancatore (proprietor, Toscanini’s Ice Cream)
- Richard Baguley (technology reviewer)
- Naomi Stephen (literature scholar)
- Jeff Hermes (director, Digital Media Law project)
- Mary Carmichael (higher ed reporter, Boston Globe)
- Molly Sauter, Berkman Center Fellow
- Ryan Budish, Berkman Center Fellow and Director of Herdict
- Judith Donath, Berkman Center Fellow
- Kendra Albert, Berkman Center Fellow
- Alicia Solow-Niederman, Berkman Center Staff
- Matthew Battles, Berkman Center Fellow
- Adam Holland, Berkman Center Staff
Coming Event: New Dramatic Readings This Saturday!
We will do a new Improbable Dramatic Readings session this Saturday night, August 14, 2021, at 8:00 pm (US eastern time) as part of Readercon. The session is open to all attendees of Readercon. (Readercon is happening entirely online this year, because of the pandemic.)