[Air-L] Critical Writing on FOSS and Wikipedia
Miguel Afonso Caetano
miguel.a.caetano at gmail.com
Mon Oct 3 08:20:08 PDT 2011
Besides the already mentioned "The Telekommunist Manifesto" by Dmytri
Kleiner, I would also recommend to her Johan Söderberg's "Hacking
& http://p2pfoundation.net/Hacking_Capitalism) and The dotCommunist
Manifesto by Eben Moglen
(http://www.fims.uwo.ca/people/faculty/dyerwitheford/) may also be
useful for historical background.
2011/10/3 Andrew Herman <aherman at wlu.ca>:
> Dear Fellow Aoiristas!
> I have a master student who is contemplating doing an MA Thesis on the
> comparative political economy of FOSS and Wikipedia. She definitely
> wants to approach the topic through a Marxist lens so I underscore the
> salience of "political economy" here. My first take on her proposal is
> that she is awfully naive about the incipient "info communism" of
> Wiikipedia but really needs some good critical empirical work to lift
> the histomat scales from her eyes.
> Any suggestions you might have our comrade, however deviant or
> deviationist, would be most appreciated.
> IR 12 is coming!
> Andrew Herman, Ph. D.
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> Department of Communication Studies
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