[Eurchap] Fwd: [tripleC] Invitation to the conference Digital Objects, Digital Subjects, 20-21 May London

Michel Menou michel.menou at orange.fr
Wed May 10 11:35:29 EDT 2017

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Subject: 	[tripleC] Invitation to the conference Digital Objects, 
Digital Subjects, 20-21 May London
Date: 	Wed, 10 May 2017 14:50:30 +0200
From: 	Denise Rose Hansen <d.hansen at triple-c.at>

Digital Objects, Digital Subjects
Sat 20 – Sun 21 May 2017
University of Westminster
4-12 Little Titchfield Street
London W1W 7BY

Dear Readers,

WIAS will soon be hosting the 6th ICTs & Society Conference: Digital
Objects, Digital Subjects. The conference is an interdisciplinary symposium
on activism, research and critique in the age of big data capitalism.
tripleC supports and helps organising the symposium.

Speakers include Antonio Negri, Jodi Dean, Jack Qiu and other leading
scholars and theorists that will undoubtedly appeal to tripleC readers
engaging with communication, capitalism and critique in their work.

The full programme is available here:


To register for the conference, all you need to do is complete the
registration form. There is no registration fee.

Registration form:


The conference will engage with the possibilities, potentials, pitfalls,
limits, and ideologies of digital activism. It will reflect on whether
computational social science, the digital humanities and ubiquitous
datafication enable new research approaches or result in a digital
positivism that threatens the independence of critical research and brings
about the death of the social sciences and humanities. Presenters will
explore the futures, places and possibilities of critique in the age of
digital subjects and digital objects.

Keynote speakers

David Chandler
Jodi Dean
Christian Fuchs
Paolo Gerbaudo
Orit Halpern
Kylie Jarrett
Antonio Negri
Antoinette Rouvroy
Etienne Turpin
Jack Linchuan Qiu

Conference Co-Convenors and Chairs

Christian Fuchs, University of Westminster, Westminster Institute for
Advanced Studies & Communication and Media Research Institute
David Chandler, University of Westminster, Department of Politics and
International Relations, Centre for the Study of Democracy

If you have questions about the conference, get in touch.

I hope to meet you in London on 20-21 May.

Best wishes,

Denise Rose Hansen
Managing Editor
TripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique
Westminster Institute for Advanced Studies (WIAS)
University of Westminster
d.hansen at westminster.ac.uk
tripleC : Communication, Capitalism & Critique | Open Access Journal for a
Global Sustainable Information Society | http://www.triple-c.at

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