[Air-L] Public talks on digital politics; book launch on information technologies and the future of civil society

Adi Kuntsman adi_kuntsman at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 22 05:32:46 PDT 2021

Dear everyone 
 As part of our postgraduate summer school on Digital Politics, Digital Histories and Digital Futures, we are hosting a series of public events that are open to all. The events are co-organised by the Digital Politics research group at Manchester Metropolitan University, together with the Collegium of Advanced Studies at the University of Helsinki.  

   - Two public talks on digital politics (A Brief History of everything Digital Politics by Athina Karatzogianni; Digital Geography of Fear by Minna Ruckenstein, 6 July 10am-12noonhttps://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/digital-politics-digital-histories-digital-futures-a-public-event-tickets-160624751957
   - The role of Information Technologies in the Future of Civil Society: Book launch and roundtable, 8 July 11am-12noonhttps://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/information-technologies-and-the-future-of-civil-society-book-launch-tickets-160630525225 
All events will take place on-line; details on Eventbrite. For any questions, please contacta.kuntsman at mmu.ac.uk 

Dr Adi Kuntsman, Reader in Digital Politics
Programme Leader, MA in International Relations and Global Communications 
Coordinator, PhD pathway in Digital Politics
Department of Politics | Manchester Metropolitan University 
Geoffrey Manton Building|  Manchester | M15 6LL| Web | 
Online office hours (term time only): 
Thursday 1-2pm and Friday 4-5pm on Teams (chat or call).
Selected publications
--Environmental media amidst the COVID-19 pandemic
--Time, militarisation and the information bomb: a tribute to Paul Virilio
--Opting out of Digital Health
--The paradox and continuum of digital disengagement
--Digital Militarism
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