Westminster Advanced Studies

Westminster Advanced Studies
Editor: Professor Christian Fuchs

The WIAS publishes "Westminster Advanced Studies", ISSN 2397-5814

Westminster Advanced Studies is a research paper series. It publishes research papers that present independent critical thinking, with advanced insights into the complex realities and possibilities of the contemporary world. It is especially intended as a means of dissemination and collaboration at the Westminster Institute of Advanced Studies. The Institute’s research fellows contribute research papers to the series. Westminster Advanced Studies uses a Creative Commons CC BY-NC licence.

WIAS No. 1: Christian Fuchs. 2015. The Internet, Social Media and Axel Honneth’s Interpretation of Georg Lukács’ Theory of Reification and Alienation. London: Westminster Institute for Advanced Studies.Download PDF

WIAS No. 2: Claudio Celis Bueno. 2016. Harun Farocki’s Vision Machines: The Question of Labour in the Age of Machinic Surplus Value. London: Westminster Institute for Advanced Studies.Download PDF

WIAS No. 3: Claudio Celis Bueno. 2016. Reterritorialisation and Antiproduction in Harun Farocki’s Eye/Machine Trilogy. London: Westminster Institute for Advanced Studies. Download PDF

WIAS No. 4: Bingqing Xia and Christian Fuchs. 2017. The Financialisation of Digital Capitalism in China. London: Westminster Institute for Advanced Studies. Download PDF

WIAS No. 5: Paško Bilić. 2017. A Critique of the Political Economy of Algorithms: Brief History of Google’s Technological Rationality. London: Westminster Institute for Advanced Studies. Download PDF

WIAS No. 6: Benjamin J Birkinbine. 2017. Commons Praxis: Towards a Critical Political Economy of the Digital Commons. London: Westminster Institute for Advanced Studies. Download PDF

WIAS No. 7: Arwid Lund. 2017. The Open Data Movement in the Age of Big Data Capitalism. London: Westminster Institute for Advanced Studies. Download PDF

WIAS No. 8: Ergin Bulut. 2017. One-Dimensional Creativity in the Video Game Industry: Towards a Marcusean Critique of Play. London: Westminster Institute for Advanced Studies. Download PDF

WIAS No. 9: Mariano Zukerfeld. 2017. Exploitation, Regulation and Ideology in Online Education: Towards a Theory of Exploitation through Reproduction in Informational Capitalism. London: Westminster Institute for Advanced Studies. Download PDF

WIAS No. 10: Sebastian Sevignani. 2017. What Are Informational Needs? London: Westminster Institute for Advanced Studies. Download PDF

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The WIAS publishes the research paper series Westminster Advanced Studies.

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