Category: talks

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Durée Réelle : microphysical indetermination : creative emergence

David presented about his book, Bergson, Complexity and Creative Emergence, at the Deleuze Studies Conference 2016: Virtuality:Becoming:Life, Rome, Italy, 13/7/2016 Abstract: Durée Réelle : microphysical indetermination : creative emergence Bergson argues that measurable time is an...

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KTP and RRI: The Perfect Match

David and his KTP associate Jessica Blaynee presented a paper at the ETHICOMP Conference, held at de Montfort University, in September 2015. Proceedings are here Papers are also available at the ACM Library Abstract:...

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Gramsci and Foucault: Hegemony in the Global Episteme

David presented a paper at the Inaugural Conference on Cultural Political Economy in Lancaster, held by Bob Jessop – who wrote a review of Gramsci and Foucault: A Reassessment, for the back cover, and Ngai-Ling Sum,...

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Performing the Discourse of Sexuality Online

David presented in a panel at MeCCSA 2015, at Northumbria University in Newcastle, in January 2015, with plenary speaker Prof Karen Boyle.  The Panel was titled:  “The Performance of Sexuality On-Line: Internet Pornography and Sexual...

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In/visibility of LGBTQ people in the Arab Spring

David presented a paper at CATaC2012, in Aarhus, Denmark, entitled ‘In/visibility of LGBTQ People in the Arab Spring.’ in June 2012. Proceedings are here. Abstract: LGBTQ use of the internet is a growing area of...

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Virtual, Phenomenal, Real and Mobile

David presented a paper at the Society for Philosophy of Technology conference, in Denton, Texas, USA, entitled ‘Virtual, Phenomenal, Real and Mobile’ in May 2011.  The Call for Papers is archived here. Abstract:  The debate...

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Socialmedia and Transnational Capitalism

David presented a paper at MeCCSA in Salford, Greater Manchester, UK, entitled in January 2011. Abstract: Social Networking Sites (SNS) have become a key component of users’ experience, not just of Web 2.0 but of the growing...

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#uksnow: webscience weather watch

David presented a paper at AoIR in Gothenburg, Sweden, in October 2010 Abstract: This paper describes a mashup event in the UK in the exceptional Winter of 2008/09, involving crowd-sourced data using the microblogging...