Tag Archive for ‘social movements’

The agonistic politics of anonymous

I’ve recently been writing about the fragility of many contemporary movements: the organisational weakness that can emerge from digitally mediated assembly because the logistical labour formerly necessary to bring people together provided an important foundation for collective reflexivity. Collective projects become harder… Read More ›

Deadline extended for the Social Media, Activism, and Organisations Symposium

Call for Participation 2015 Social Media, Activism, and Organisations Symposium (#SMAO15) – November 6, 2015 @ Goldsmiths, University of London FREE Registration at:  https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/social-media-activism-and-organisations-smao15-tickets-17290579589 Social media (from mainstream platforms such as Twitter to organization-specific tools) have become increasingly pervasive. This… Read More ›