Carolyn Hardin is assistant professor of Media, Journalism & Film and Global & Intercultural Studies at Miami University of Ohio. She holds a Ph.D. in communication and cultural studies from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Carolyn’s research focuses on technology and culture in American finance. Her research on topics including neoliberalism, visualization of individual retirement accounts, financial technology and arbitrage, and the racial dimensions of prepaid debit cards has appeared in Journal of Cultural Economy, American Quarterly, and Cultural Studies, among others. Her book on arbitrage and risk in US society, entitled Capturing Finance: Arbitrage and Social Domination, will be published by Duke University Press in the summer of 2021. Carolyn teaches courses on media representation, media criticism, consumer culture, consumer debt, and data storytelling.
bySeptember 12, 2017