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[liberationtech] 5th ICTs and Society Conference 2015: The Internet and Social Media at a Crossroads: Capitalism or Commonism? Perspectives for Critical Political Economy and Critical Theory

Elias Rohrer ml at tnull.de
Wed Feb 18 00:36:05 PST 2015


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On 18 Feb 2015, at 9:28, Namiq Abbasov wrote:

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> On Tue, Feb 17, 2015 at 12:15 AM, Christian Fuchs 
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>> The 5th ICTs and Society-Conference: The Internet and Social Media at 
>> a
>> Crossroads: Capitalism or Commonism? Perspectives for Critical 
>> Political
>> Economy and Critical Theory.
>> Vienna University of Technology.
>> Vienna, Austria
>> June 3-7, 2015.
>>
>> http://icts-and-society.net/events/5th-icts-and-society-conference
>>
>> Organised by the The ICTs and Society Network - an international 
>> research
>> network that aims to bring together critical Internet/digital 
>> media/social
>> media-researchers.
>>
>> Submission deadline:
>> February 27, 2015
>> http://sciforum.net/conference/isis-summit-vienna-2015/icts
>>
>> Part of the ISIS Summit Vienna 2015: Information Society at the
>> Crossroads: Response and Responsibility of the Sciences of 
>> Information.
>> http://summit.is4is.org
>> http://summit.is4is.org/calls/call-for-participation
>> Keynote speakers: http://summit.is4is.org/programme/speakers
>>
>> Given that the information society and the study of information face 
>> a
>> world of crisis today and are at a crossroads, also the future of the
>> Internet and social media are in question. The 5th ICTs and Society
>> Conference therefore wants to focus on the questions: What are the 
>> main
>> challenges that the Internet and social media are facing in 
>> capitalism
>> today? What potentials for an alternative, commonist Internet are 
>> there?
>> What are existing hindrances for such an Internet? What is the 
>> relationship
>> of power structures, protest movements, societal developments, 
>> struggles,
>> radical reforms, etc. to the Internet? How can critical political 
>> economy
>> and critical theory best study the Internet and social media today?
>>
>> Presentations and submissions are organised in the form of 23 panel 
>> topics
>> (ICT&S1-ICT&S23; please indicate the panel identification number to 
>> which
>> you submit in your submisison/abstract):
>>
>> * ICT&S1 The Internet and Critical Theory:
>> * ICT&S2 The Internet, Karl Marx, and Marxist Theory:
>> * ICT&S3 The Internet, Commodities and Capitalism:
>> * ICT&S4 The Political Economy of Online Advertising
>> * ICT&S5 The Internet and Power:
>> * ICT&S6 Raymond Williams’ Cultural Materialism and the Internet:
>> * ICT&S7 Dallas Smythe and the Internet:
>> * ICT&S8 Critical Cultural Studies Today: Stuart Hall, Richard 
>> Hoggart
>> * ICT&S9 The Frankfurt School and the Internet:
>> * ICT&S10 Marxist Semiotics, Marxist Linguistics, Critical 
>> Psychology,
>> Marxism and the Internet
>> * ICT&S11 The Internet and Global Capitalism
>> * ICT&S12 The Internet and Neoliberalism with Chinese Characteristics
>> * ICT&S13 The Political Economy of Digital Labour
>> * ICT&S14 The Political Economy of the Internet and the Capitalist 
>> State
>> Today
>> * ICT&S15 Ideology Critique 2.0: Ideologies of and on the Internet
>> * ICT&S16 Hegel 2.0: Dialectical Philosophy and the Internet
>> * ICT&S17 Capitalism and Open Access Publishing
>> * ICT&S18 Class Struggles, Social Struggles and the Internet
>> * ICT&S19 Critical/Radical Internet Studies, the University and 
>> Academia
>> Today
>> * ICT&S20 The Internet and the Left
>> * ICT&S21 Anti-Capitalist Feminism and the Internet Today
>> * ICT&S22 The Internet, Right-Wing Extremism and Fascism Today
>> * ICT&S23 An Alternative Internet
>>
>> Online SUBMISSION:
>> http://sciforum.net/conference/isis-summit-vienna-2015/icts
>> http://sciforum.net/conference/isis-summit-vienna-2015/page/instructions
>> Please submit an extended abstract of 750-2000 words:
>> First register and then select the conference “ISIS Summit Vienna 
>> 2015”
>> and the conference stream “ICTS 2015”
>> Only one submission per person will be considered
>> Please indicate the number/ID of the panel to which you are 
>> submitting at
>> the start of your abstract (ICTSxx). Submissions without panel 
>> identifier
>> or that fall outside the topics covered by the 23 panels will not be
>> further considered.
>>
>>
>>
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