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|<nettime-ann> UQ CCCS Seminar: Uprising -- The Internet's Unintended Consequences: Prof Marcus Breen|
CENTRE FOR CRITICAL AND CULTURAL STUDIES <http://cccs.uq.edu.au/seminars >PUBLIC SEMINAR SERIES <http://cccs.uq.edu.au/lectures> Professor Marcus Breen Bond University Tuesday 29 May, 2:30 - 3:30pm Social Sciences and Humanities Library Conference Room,Level 1, Duhig Building (No. 2) <http://www.library.uq.edu.au/ssah/duhig/ds1.html > St Lucia Campus (Map<http://www.uq.edu.au/maps/index.html? menu=1&id=69>)Professor Breen will present research from his recently published book, Uprising: The Internet's Unintended Consequences. The seminar will explore the foundations of the shift in the circulation of transgressive knowledge by developing the theory of proletarianization. The analysis includes two case studies that illustrate the increased rise of transgressive knowledge due to the Internet: jihad and pornography.Professor Marcus Breen worked for a decade as a journalist specialising in popular music and film industry coverage before taking up research at CIRCIT in Melbourne. On completing his PhD in popular music and cultural policy studies, he moved to the Department of Communication Studies at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In the early 2000's Dr. Breen worked as a consultant for Gartner Group advising the Mexican government on telecommunication and ICT policy and regulation. From 2004-2011 he taught at Northeastern University in Boston. He is currently Professor, Head of School of Communication and Media and Associate Dean, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Bond University.
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