[Air-l] book on the russian internet

Drew Ross drewross at gmail.com
Thu Oct 12 19:56:26 PDT 2006


Thought you might be interested in this. Russian Eenternets!
Andrew


On 10/12/06, Jose-Carlos Mariategui <J.Mariategui at lse.ac.uk> wrote:
>
> This book is available for download and seems quite interesting:
>
> ------ Forwarded Message
> From: olga goriunova <og at dxlab.org>
> Reply-To: olga goriunova <og at dxlab.org>
> Date: Thu, 12 Oct 2006 15:48:20 +0400
> To: <spectre at mikrolisten.de>
> Subject: [spectre] book on the russian internet
>
>
> dear all,
> i am happy to announce the publication of the book of research on the
> russian internet. it's a great opportunity for those of you who don't
> speak
> russian to get acquainted with the digital cultures of the runet. the
> volume
> coves various issues, from aesthetics, diaspora, cultural identity,
> communities, and intelligenzia to gender, public sphere, polit technology,
> propaganda, pornography, and many more.
>
>
> i myself contributed to this volume with the analysis of a new
> literary trend that i call "mate lit" (or male literature) - a bizarre
> mixture of
> brutality, protest and patriarchic mainstream - developed entirely through
> an online platform and becoming influencial in the offline domains.
>
> "Control + Shift. Public and Private Usages of the Russian Internet".
> Eds. Henrike Schmidt, Katy Teubener, Natalja Konradova.
> Norderstedt: Books on Demand, 2006.
> ISBN 3-8334-4988-8
> Price: 24,90 EUR.
>
> The volume is entirely available for download at:
>
> http://www.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/russ-cyb/library/texts/en/control_shift/contro
> l_shift.htm
>
> enjoy your reading,
> olga
>
>
>
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