Monthly Archives: July 2013

Evelyn Ruppert on the economies and ecologies of big data

The Digital Sociology web resource has a video of Evelyn Ruppert talking ion the ‘Economies and Ecologies of Big Data‘. Evelyn is editor of the forthcoming journal Big Data & Society. She discuss the journal a little in the talk. … Continue reading

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David Hill reflects on Jodi Dean’s work and communicative capitalism

On his Schizomedia blog David Hill, who is just in the process of moving to media and communications at Liverpool University, has offered some reflections on Jodi Dean’s recent work and how it relates to his own work developing the … Continue reading

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Deborah Lupton on the implications of digital sociology

On her great blog This Sociological Life, Deborah Lupton has offered some reflections on ‘Digital Sociology, Public Sociology, Private Sociology‘. The post responds to a recent event to think about the implications of digital sociology for the broader discipline and … Continue reading

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Some short essays on ‘Neoliberalism, Crisis and the World System’

A couple of weeks ago I attended an event in ‘Neoliberalism, Crisis and the World System’. I’ve previously posted some reflections on the event here. It was really vibrant and lively, with s fantastic range of speakers. As a follow … Continue reading

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An interview with Mark Deuze

Figure/Ground have an interview with Mark Deuze. As is usual with their interviews, it covers substantive issues in Mark’s work alongside some discussions of biography and university life. This particular interview also gets into questions around interdisciplinarity. Most of the … Continue reading

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Digital Sociology study group website

The Digital Sociology study group, which is affiliated with the British Sociological Association, has a really lively and informative website. It’s updated regularly and also has a Twitter feed. The site is run by the group coordinators Mark Carrigan and … Continue reading

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An interview with Lev Manovich

Michael Connor has interviewed Lev Manovich for Rhizome. The interview focuses upon his recently published book Software Takes Command.

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