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May 22, 2018 12:44 PM

Dear people in Internet, Self and Society,

welcome to our last session, tomorrow (03/05/2018) between 2 and 5pm. I will have one more go at explaining "communicative capitalism" (LOL...) before we will round off with presentations by Benedicte (on Gibbs et al., 2015), Marissa (on Fuller et al, 2013) and Karl Anders (on Coleman, 2017). Please, prepare these texts carefully!

Otherwise, I promised to launch a Doodle for the one-to-one tutorials. However, there are so many holidays coming our way in May (and funnily they all fall on Thursdays) that I think it better to look at the calendar together tomorrow in order to find a day or two that fit all.

Looking forward!


May 2, 2018 3:23 PM

Dear all in Internet, Self and Society,

thanks for an enjoyable session yesterday (22/03)! Before I let you have your Easter holidays, let me give you some information about April: The Doodle vote resulted in our extra session taking place Friday morning, 20 April 2018, from 9:00 to 12:00. That means we will take our next sessions in the following sequence and on the following days: Session: "Rules, interactions, institutions, performances" (originally scheduled for April 12) on Thursday, April 19, 2018, from 2:00 pm. Session "Politics part I" (originally scheduled for April 19) on Friday, April 20, from 9:00.

On Thursday we will have presentations by Layao Han on Hogan (2010); Bimala on Tiidenberg and Cruz (2015) and Thea on van Dijck (2013).

On Friday we will hear Rebecca talk about Hartley (2010) and Huilin Shi about Chadwick et al. (2016). Please prepare these texts carefully so that we can have a good discussion!

And one...

Mar. 23, 2018 4:22 PM