Felicia Wu Song

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  • Felicia Wu Song
  • Sociologist and Author

Felicia Wu Song is a cultural sociologist who studies the place of digital technologies in contemporary life. She’s trained in history, communication studies, and sociology from Yale, Northwestern, and the University of Virginia.

Her research focuses on the rapidly evolving digital technology industry and how the adoption of social media and digital devices alters the landscapes of family, community, and organizational life. Song has written two books on the topic: Restless Devices: Recovering Personhood, presence, and Place in the Digital Age and Virtual Communities: Bowling Alone, Online Together.

Song regularly speaks on digital practices, social media, the digital media industry, parenting in the digital age, and spiritual formation. She’s provided her expertise to a wide range of organizations, including BioLogos, The Vatican, Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, Trinity Forum, Thinq Culture Summit, National Association of Evangelicals, Notre Dame University, Fuller Theological Seminary, and Asian American Christian Collaborative.

Presentations at Calvin University

Restless Devices: Christian Formation in a Digital World
Part of the: January Series
Friday, January 26, 2024 12:30:00 PM
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Publication(s) for this event

Restless Devices: Recovering Personhood, Presence, and Place in the Digital Age

Restless Devices: Recovering Personhood, Presence, and Place in the Digital Age
by Felicia Wu Song
IVP Acadmic (November 30, 2021)
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