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Bitcoin, panel and discussion

Bitcoin: Disruptive Innovation, a panel and discussion:
Interested in learning more about Bitcoin? Join us for presentations and a panel discussion with a number of leading experts on the subject, including Brett Scott (Guardian journalist and author of The Heretics Guide to Global Finance: Hacking the Future of Money from Pluto Press) More info here

Introduction and Screening of New Documentary 'Preempting Dissent'

Dr Greg Elmer will be introducing his new open source documentary 'Preempting Dissent' at Anglia Ruskin University on 17 March 2014 at 5.15, for more details and a sneak preview click here  

New Article by Sean Campbell

 There is a new article available to preview by Sean Campbell, Co-Director of ARCMedia titled, 'From 'Boys' to 'Lads': Macuslinity and Irish Rock Culture, Read it here 

Platform Politics Special Issue

The 'Platform Politics' special issue of the open access journal Culture Machine is now published online. 
http://www.culturemachine.net/index.php/cm/issue/view/25 

PhD research studentships at Anglia Ruskin

PhD research studentships in media, digital culture and cognate areas - deadline 11 July, more details here.

Platform Politics special issue call for papers

The call for papers for a special issue of Culture Machine on 'Platform Poltics' has been reseased. Full papers are requested by November 2012. Full details here 

Digitally Enabled Social Change

 Joss Hands has writen some comment about about Earl and Kimport's new book 'Digitally Enabled Social Change' for a new blog 'Mobilizing Ideas' run out of the Center for the Study of Social Movements at Notre Dame University. The piece is here and the wider blog, which is well worth a look here

A short piece on Kittler and Digital Economy

Jussi Parikka wrote a short piece for The Guardian on digital economy discourse, interdisciplinarity and the late German media theorist Friedrich Kittler.

Roundtable at Anglia Ruskin on network power and revolution

ARCDigital is collaborating with CRASSH to host a roundtable on 24 November 2011 exploring the role of digital networks in recent revolutions and global insurrections, and a number of speakers from will be offering their perpective on the question of: what is the digital difference? More details here

Digital Capital Reading Group

ARC Digital has announced details of its autumn 'digital capital' reading group - all welcome details here  

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