Depathologising the future of trans health care

Depathologising the future of trans health care: Does saying it make it so? “[A] sexual agency framework may be more fruitful in exploring more ethical sexual communication practices beyond consent…”...

Beyond Consent towards Sexual Agency

Beyond Consent towards Sexual Agency: Queer Insights on Negotiating Sex “[A] sexual agency framework may be more fruitful in exploring more ethical sexual communication practices beyond consent .…” Sophie Hindes University...

Entanglement of the Borderland Positionality

Entanglement of the Borderland Positionality “Lived experiences are shaped by intertwined identities and are too nuanced for a simple binary representation.…” Robin C. Ladwig University of Canberra   Bio Robin...

Textual Communities

Textual Communities: Participation and Representation in Queer Feminist Australian Zines “The textual community of zines offers significant benefits for marginalised voices in particular, where physical sites of support or peer...

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Queer Allegory and Queer Actuality in Every Heart a Doorway “There are many ways to read a work queerly, but it is perhaps most important to note why many queer...

Paths to Autonomy

Paths to Autonomy Edited by Noah Bremer & Vaida Stepanovaite Collection exploring the history and development of autonomous politics in Lithuania and Eastern Europe A path is created when a direction is taken, its production marks the imbrication of personal choice, communal action and subhuman (structural, historical, ecological) conditionings. We are at the same time the makers of our paths … Continue reading →

Paths to Autonomy

Paths to Autonomy Edited by Noah Bremer & Vaida Stepanovaite Collection exploring the history and development of autonomous politics in Lithuania and Eastern Europe A path is created when a direction is taken, its production marks the imbrication of personal choice, communal action and subhuman (structural, historical, ecological) conditionings. We are at the same time the makers of our paths … Continue reading →

Dissemblage. Machinic Capitalism and Molecular Revolution

Dissemblage. Machinic Capitalism and Molecular Revolution Gerald Raunig Dissemblage unfolds a wild abundance of material of unruliness, from the multilingual translation machines of Al-Andalus to the queer mysticism of the High Middle Ages, from the small voices of the falsetto in 20th century jazz and soul to today’s disjointures and subjunctures against the smooth city in machinic capitalism. In this … Continue reading →

Technology Justice Bookstand

Based on the theme of this year’s Centre for Postdigital Cultures (CPC) conference, the Post-Publishing research strand within the CPC have curated a selection of openly available publications from members of the Radical Open Access Collective (ROAC) and have brought these together as part of a virtual conference bookstand, which allows conference participants to access further readings around the themes that the conference addresses. This bookstand is based on the model used previously for the ROAC Virtual Book stand:

In 2018, ScholarLed developed a collaborative bookstand to cross-promote the publications of the presses within the consortium, highlighting the ideals and values that sustain their projects: open access, not-for-profit and scholar-led publishing, experimentation, and an ethics of care. The aim of this bookstand (which has subsequently been adopted and adapted by the ROAC) is to advocate these forms of publishing within academic communities in order to showcase the existence of alternative models for open access publishing. ScholarLed and ROAC want to use this to make a public and political statement about how not-for-profit presses can start to collaborate through these kinds of projects.

Through this virtual bookstand we hope to offer an alternative to the promotion of publications at in-person events. Now that academic conferences are being increasingly held in a virtual or hybrid form, we have adapted the bookstand to function online, imagining a virtual book stand that enables the sharing of new publications with attendees across the globe. We’ve also taken care to include non-English language publications and publications from authors in the Global South to highlight the range of research that open access can enable.

Tabisa Mayisela, Shanali C. Govender, & Cheryl Ann Hodgkinson-Williams (2022), Open Learning as a Means of Advancing Social Justice: Cases in Post-School Education and Training in South Africa. African Minds.

Tor Halvorsen, Hilde Ibsen, Henri-Count Evans, & Sharon Penderis (2017), Knowledge for Justice: Critical Perspectives from Southern African-Nordic Research Partnerships. African Minds.

Evode Mukama and Laurent Mkusi, eds. (2019) Ubushakashatsi mu Bumenyi Nyamuntu n’Imibanire y’Abantu. African Minds.

Sandra Iturrieta, ed. (2021) Vivir en tiempos convulsionados: reflexiones sociocríticas para propuestas de intervención social. ariadna ediciones.

Søren Rasmussen (2020), ‘Anarchival Scripts’, Capacious: Journal for Emerging Affect Inquiry.

Monica L. Wendel, Trinidad Jackson, C. Monique Ingram, Tasha Golden, Billie F. Castle, Nida M. Ali, & Ryan Combs (2019), ‘Yet We Live, Strive, and Succeed: Using Photovoice to Understand Community Members’ Experiences of Justice, Safety, Hope, and Racial Equity’, Collaborations: A Journal of Community-based Research and Practice, 2(1), 9.

Vera Eccarius-Kelly & Alison Schaeffing (2022), ‘Digital Storytelling And Visual Representations: Refugees Disrupt Stereotypical Narratives’, Collaborations: A Journal of Community-based Research and Practice, 5(1), 7

Decolonise University of Kent Collective (2020), Towards Decolonising the University: A Kaleidoscope for Empowered Action. Counterpress.

Autistici/Inventati (2017), +KAOS: Ten Years of Hacking and Media Activism. Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures.

Yiannis Colakides, Marc Garrett, & Inte Gloerich, eds. (2019) State Machines: Reflections and Actions at the Edge of Digital Citizenship, Finance, and Art. Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures.

Miyarrka Media (2019), Phone & Spear: A Yuta Anthropology. London: Goldsmiths Press.

Precarity Lab (2020), Technoprecarious. London: Goldsmiths Press.

Florence Piron, Samuel Regulus, & Marie Sophie Dibounje Madiba, eds. (2016), Justice cognitive, libre accès et savoirs locaux. Pour une science ouverte juste, au service du développement local durable. Éditions science et bien commun.

Anders la Cour, Janus Hecht, & Maria Kirstine Stilling (2016), ‘A vanishing act: The magical technologies of invisibility in care work’. ephemera: theory & politics in organization, 16(2): 77-96.

Franke Mastrangelo (2020), ‘Mediating resistance: Digital immaterial labor, neoliberal subjectivities, and the struggle for immigrant justice’, ephemera: theory & politics in organization, 20(4).

Raminder Kaur (2022), ‘The Spark that Ignites: Catalytic Signifiers for a Transformative and Performative Planetary Humanism’, darkmatter, 16.

Thao Phan & Scott Wark (2021), ‘What personalisation can do for you! Or: how to do racial discrimination without ‘race’’, Culture Machine: generating research in culture and theory, 20.

Peter Snowdon (2014), ‘The Revolution Will be Uploaded: Vernacular Video and the Arab Spring’, Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research, 6(2): 401-429.

Lawrence R. Frey, Joshua S. Hanan. Critical Rhetoric| Toward Social Justice Activism Critical Rhetoric Scholarship.

Brooke Foucault Welles, Sarah J. Jackson. The Battle for #Baltimore: Networked Counterpublics and the Contested Framing of Urban Unrest.

Mohamed Ben Moussa, Sanaa Benmessaoud, Aziz Doua. Internet Memes as “Tactical” Social Action: A Multimodal Critical Discourse Analysis Approach

Michael Dokyum Kim. Advocating “Refugees” for Social Justice: Questioning Victimhood and Voice in NGOs’ Use of Twitter.

Isabelle A. Zaugg, Anushah Hossain, Brendan Molloy. Digitally-disadvantaged languages.

Aisha P.L. Kadiri. Data and Afrofuturism: an emancipated subject?

Hagit Keysar, Elizabeth Calderón Lüning, Andreas Unteidig. Prototypes as Agents of Transition: The case of DIY Wireless Technology for advancing Community Digital Sovereignty.

Pablo Piquinela and Gonzalo Correa. Commons infrastructures: Collaborative design of a political tent as cosmogram.

Elia Apostolopoulou, Dimitrios Bormpoudakis, Alexandros Chatzipavlidis, and others. Radical social innovations and the spatialities of grassroots activism: navigating pathways for tackling inequality and reinventing the commons.

T. Partridge. Resisting ruination: resource sovereignties and socioecological struggles in Cotopaxi, Ecuador.

Laura Doak (2021). Militant Women and ‘National’ Community: The Execution of Isabel Alison and Marion Harvie, 1681.

E. Gabriella Coleman and Christopher M. Kelty (eds), limn, Issue 8: Hacks, Leaks, and Breaches.

Christopher T. Green. Sonic Refusal: Indigenous Belonging without Soundtrack.

Ksenia Ermoshina and Francesca Musiani. Concealing for Freedom: The Making of Encryption, Secure Messaging, and Digital Liberties.

Andreas Birkbak and Irina Papazu (eds.). Democratic Situations.

Nathalia Brichet. An Anthropology of Common Ground. Awkward Encounters in Heritage Work.

Gerald Raunig, Gene Ray and Ulf Wuggenig (eds). Critique of Creativity: Precarity, Subjectivity and Resistance in the ‘Creative Industries’.

Michał Kozłowski, Agnieszka Kurant, Jan Sowa, Krystian Szadkowski and Jakub Szreder (eds). Joy Forever: The Political Economy of Social Creativity.

Monika Kostera. Organize Ourselves! Inspirations and ideas for self-organization and self-management.

Wendy Leeds-Hurwitz. The Role of Theory Groups in the Lives of Ideas.

Stevphen Shukaitis. Combination Acts. Notes on Collective Practice in the Undercommons.

Richard Gilman-Opalsky and Stevphen Shukaitis. Riotous Epistemology. Imaginary Power, Art, and Insurrection.

Cornelia Sollfrank (ed.). TThe Beautiful Warriors. Technofeminist Praxis in the Twenty-First Century.

Sandra Ruiz and Hypatia Vourloumis. Formless Formation: Vignettes for the End of this World.

in media res theme week. Representations of Xenophobia, Racism, and Nationalism.

Bernd Bösel and Serjoscha Wiemer (eds). Affective Transformations: Politics—Algorithms—Media.

Marcus Burkhardt, Katja Grashöfer, and Mary Shnayien (eds.). Explorations in Digital Cultures.

On_Culture Issue 12 (2021). Ambiguity: Conditions, Potentials, Limits.

Grace Aneiza Ali (ed.). Liminal Spaces: Migration and Women of the Guyanese Diaspora.

Mark Turin, Claire Wheeler and Eleanor Wilkinson (eds). Oral Literature in the Digital Age: Archiving Orality and Connecting with Communities.

Alberto López Cuenca and Renato Bermúdez Dini (eds.). Más allá del derecho de autor: Otros términos para debatir la propiedad intellectual.

Bill Balaskas and Carolina Rito (eds.). Fabricating Publics: The Dissemination of Culture in the Post-truth Era.

Bernard Stiegler and the Internation Collective (eds). Daniel Ross (ed. & transl.). Bifurcate: There Is No Alternative.

Damian Owen-Board. After the Trojan Horses.

Gretel Van Wieren, Todd Shaw, Beronda Montgomery, and others. Public Philosophy Journal, Vol. 4, No. 2 (2022). Radical Humility. A Forum Discussion for PPJ &  Essays on Ordinary Acts.

Jaime del Val (2022), Ontohackers: Radical Movement Philosophy in the Age of Algorithms. Punctum Books.

Stephanie Polsky (2022), The Dark Posthuman: Dehumanization, Technology, and the Atlantic World. Punctum Books.

Alexanda Juhasz, ed. (2022), My Phone Lies to Me: Fake News Poetry Workshops As Radical Digital Media Literacy Given the Fact of Fake News. Punctum Books.

Martin Paul Eve (2021), Warez: The Infrastructure and Aesthetics of Piracy. Punctum Books.

Alfie Bown & Dan Bristow, eds. (2019), Post Memes: Seizing the Memes of Production. Punctum Books.

Jeff Shantz (2018), Insurrectionary Infrastructures. Punctum Books.

Dorothy Kim & Jesse Stommel, eds. (2018), Disrupting the Digital Humanities. Punctum Books.

Caroline Bassett, Ryan Burns, Russell Glasson, and Kate O’Riordan, eds. (2015), The Tablet Book. REFRAME Books.

Eleni Maragkou (2021), ‘Subverting the Surveilling Gaze: Counter-Forensics as Social Justice’, Soapbox, 15 March 2021.

spheres editorial collective (2019), spheres: journal for digital cultures, #5 Spectres of AI.

K. A. Wisniewski (2018), Textshop Experiments, Vol. 4: From Digital to Print.

Ginger Ko (2022), Power On. the operating system.

Margaret Rhee (2017), Love, Robot, the operating system.

Fredrik Stiernstedt & Anne Kaun (2022), ‘The Prison Media Complex: Labour, Technology and Communication Infrastructures in the Prison System’, triple C: Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society, 20:1.

Emre Canpolat (2021), ‘Smartphones and Exploitation in the Age of Digital Capitalism: Ordinary Aspects of the Transformation of Everyday Life’, triple C: Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society, 19:2.