Devin Proctor holds a PhD in Anthropology from The George Washington University, where he currently works as a lecturer with a joint position with Anthropology and the College of Arts and Sciences. For the past nine years, his research has focused on how technological mediation affects subjective and social constructs through examinations of online virtual worlds, social media, videogaming, and Internet discourse.
ArticlesAs I round the corner from Church Street onto Vesey, I am abruptly met with the façade of St. Paul’s Chapel and by the sudden memory of two things, both of which have not yet happened. I think about how, in a couple of decades, the area surrounding me will be burnt to the ground. I also recall how, just after the turn of the twenty-first century, the area will again crumble onto itself. It...Read more