Fields of Study
Theory, Media, Culture
Peer Reviewed Journal Publications
Gary Yeritsian, 'Capitalism 2.0': Web 2.0 Manifestoes and the New Spirit of Capitalism, Critical Sociology (2017). LINK
Gary Yeritsian and Joshua Bloom, 'Black Power,' in David A. Snow, Donatella Della Porta, Bert Klandermans, and Doug McAdam, editors, Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements (2013).
Works in Progress
Participation From Above and From Below: Brand Community and the Contestation of Cultural Participation. In preparation for submission.
Home Video Games and the Historical Rise of Prosumption.
Bartlebian Resistance to Network Culture.
Grants and Awards
UCLA Sociology Departmental Fellowship (2015-16)
UCLA Sociology Summer Research Award (2014)
UCLA Department of Sociology Excellence in Teaching Award (2013-14, 2014-15)
UCLA Mangasar Mangasarian Scholarship (2012-13, 2015-16)
UCLA Graduate Research Mentorship (2011-12)
UCLA Graduate Summer Research Mentorship (2011, 2013)
UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment Thought and Action Award (2011)
Nietzsche and the Artistic Critique of Capitalism, Nietzsche & Critical Social Theory, San Diego State University (2017).
'Capitalism 2.0': Web 2.0 Manifestoes and the New Spirit of Capitalism, American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Critical Theory (regular session), Seattle, WA (2016).
-An earlier version of this paper, Welcome to 'Capitalism 2.0,' was presented in the UCLA Department of Sociology Theory Working Group (2015).
Social Media and the Diffusion of 'Participatory' Capitalism Through Space and Time, Alter-geographies: UCLA Department of Comparative Literature Annual Graduate Conference (2014).
Social Media and the Spirit of Post-68, ‘Participatory’ Capitalism, 12th Annual Graduate Conference, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, University of Miami (2013).
C. Phil., Sociology, UCLA
M.A., Sociology, UCLA
B.A., History, University of Southern California