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Michael Dieter on Wed, 3 Sep 2014 16:18:52 +0200 (CEST)


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<nettime-ann> Post-Digital Scholar Conference, Leuphana


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At the "Post-Digital Scholar Conference: Open Access, Piracy, and Public Spheres" international experts share their research and findings. Publishers and academics, authors and designers, programmers and artists, hackers and entrepreneurs discuss new developments in publishing and communication. The conference is organized by the Hybrid Publishing Lab of the Centre for Digital Culture at Leuphana University. Attendance and participationÂis free of charge.

Please save the date and register here: http://www.eventbrite.de/e/post-digital-scholar-conference-tickets-12164806263?aff=es2&rank=0

Our website www.postdigitalscholar.org keeps you updated.

If you know any interested people you are welcome to spread the invitation and bring colleagues and friends.

We are looking forward to welcome you in November!

All the best,
The Hybrid Publishing Lab


Date: 12. â 14.11.2014
Location: LÃneburg, Germany

Program:

THE POST-DIGITAL SCHOLAR | PUBLISHING BETWEEN OPEN ACCESS, PIRACY, AND THE PUBLIC SPHERE
chaired by Mercedes Bunz, Nishant Shah, Michael Dieter, Andreas Kirchner

1. Â Â ÂTHE FUTURES OF WRITING
    ÂClare Birchall (Kings College)
    ÂDavid M. Berry (University of Sussex)
    ÂGeert Lovink (Institute of Network Cultures Amsterdam)
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2. Â Â ÂSCHOLARLY PUBLISHING IN THE EYE OF AN ENTREPRENEUR
    ÂKathryn Eccles (Oxford Internet Institute)
    ÂFelix Evert (De Gruyter)
    ÂRenà KÃnig (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)
    ÂCornelius Puschmann (Humboldt University Berlin)
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3. Â Â ÂTHE PHILOSOPHY OF THE BOOK AND ITS CHANGES
    ÂKathleen Fitzpatrick (New York University)
    ÂChristoph BlÃsi (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz)
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4. Â Â ÂLET US IN! THE CENTRAL ROLE OF THE LIBRARY
    ÂLambert Heller (Leibniz University Hannover)
    ÂThomas StÃcker (Herzog August Library WolfenbÃttel)
    ÂSoeren Pold (UniversitÃt of Aarhus)
    ÂCorinna Haas (Institute for Cultural Inquiry Berlin)
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5. Â Â ÂPIRACY AND OPEN ACCESS
    ÂGary Hall (Coventry University)
    ÂBodo Balasz (University of Amsterdam)
    ÂHenry Warwick (University of Toronto)
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6. Â Â ÂTHE MESS THAT OPEN ACCESS HAS BECOME
    ÂJanneke Adema (Coventry University)
    ÂNathaniel Tkacz (University of Warwick)
    ÂArmin Beverungen (Leuphana University)
    ÂMartin Haspelmath (Max Planck Institute)
    ÂHelge Peters (Oxford University)
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7. Â Â ÂPOST-DIGITAL PUBLISHING: THE FATE OF PUBLISHERS
    ÂDouglas Sery (MIT Press)
    ÂTariq Goddard (Zero Books)
    ÂJonathan Landgrebe (Suhrkamp Verlag)
    ÂSven Fund (De Gruyter)
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8. Â Â ÂBOOKS AS DATA
    ÂBernhard Rieder (University of Amsterdam)
    ÂAdriaan van der Weel (University of Leiden)
    ÂJulianne Nyhan (University College London)
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9. Â Â ÂTHE ART OF HYBRID PUBLISHING
    ÂFlorian Cramer (Rotterdam University of Applied Science)
    ÂSilvio Lorusso (University of Venice)
    ÂStefanie Posavec (Designer)
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10. Â WORKSHOPS {AT} CENTRE FOR DIGITAL CULTURES
    ÂDESIGNING THE BOOK OF THE FUTURE
    ÂEXPLORING OPEN RESEARCH POLICIES
    ÂROGUE SCHOLARSHIP

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Michael Dieter
"Social Media Expert", Gentequemola, Internet
Old West Amsterdam
"I'm on computers profusely" - Lil B
http://twitter.com/#!/mdieter
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