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Closing Keynote: Prof. Gary Hall (Coventry University)
 

Closing Keynote: Prof. Gary Hall (Coventry University)

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    Closing Keynote: Prof. Gary Hall (Coventry University) Closing Keynote: Prof. Gary Hall (Coventry University) Presentation Transcript

    • Gary Hall Coventry School of Art and Design Coventry University
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    • ‘ An all-star cast of radical intellectuals discuss the continued importance of communism’ Verso advertising blurb
    • CSeARCH open access archive for cultural studies and cultural theory WikiNation project exploring new ways of organising communities and countries Open Humanities Press open access, scholar-led, press New Cultural Studies: The Liquid Theory Reader digital ‘book’ Culture Machine Liquid Books series of digital books published by Open Humanities Press Liquid Theory TV internet protocol television programme Pirate Philosophy pirate academic article The Free, Libre, Open University online, distributed, multi-user-generated university The Open Scholarship Full Disclosure Initiative online directory detailing the sources of funding of all journal editors and publishers Living Books About Life (LiviBL) series of 20 digital books funded by JISC
          • culture machine www.culturemachine.net
    • www.culturemachine.net/csearch
    • OHP Journals
    • arguments for open access… taxpayers' argument moral argument healthy democratic public sphere argument
    • Ernesto Laclau
      • 2 senses of hegemony …
      • as the leadership or dominance of one class or group over another
      • as a generalised political logic
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    • Chantal Mouffe
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      • New Metaphysics – eds Bruno Latour and Graham Harman
      • Unidentified Theoretical Objects – ed. Wlad Godzich
      • Critical Climate Change – eds Tom Cohen and Claire Colebrook
      • Global Conversations – ed. Ngugi wa Thiong'o
      • Liquid Books – eds Gary Hall and Clare Birchall
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    • In 2010 the Guardian newspaper in the UK launched a network of science blogs. ‘ Now, on the paper’s website, you can find hosted content from four popular and well-respected blogs.... The idea is both to harness scientific expertise and, at the same time, to diffuse it... And it marks another small shift in the media ecosystem: the media behemoth and independent bloggers, collaborating for audiences rather than competing for them.’
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    • Are the future editors of Žižek going to have to publish his tweets? And if not, why not?
    • According to Žižek’s publisher, this Twitter page was run by an imposter
    • Michel Foucault Michel Foucault topped a 2009 Times Higher Education list of the most cited book authors in the humanities - Pierre Bourdieu was second with Jacques Derrida third
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