Book Launch: Networked - A Media Genealogy of the Network Society by Clemens Apprich

C. Apprich, M. Freudenschuss, Adnan Hadziselimovic

Research output: Practice-Based and Non-textual ResearchDigital or Visual Media

Original languageEnglish
PublisherVoice republic
Publication statusPublished - 2016

Bibliographical note

This book launch was discussed at Transmediale 6 February 2016. The podcast is available at: https://2016.transmediale.de/content/book-launch-networked-a-media-genealogy-of-the-network-society-by-clemens-apprich. About the book - Many technologies and practices that have shaped today’s Web 2.0 date back to the 1990s—and so do the ideas of social media, user-generated content, and participatory platforms. From a media-historical perspective, a lot of the ideas from that period about the future of the internet have indeed been implemented, albeit without fulfilling the envisioned socio-political utopias.

In his new book, Clemens Apprich explores the history of an alternative web discourse and develops a media genealogical understanding that is necessary to think beyond today's predominant concept of socio-technical networks and to intervene in current debates about the Internet.
Format: Podcast
Extent: 82:35

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Apprich, C. (Author), Freudenschuss, M. (Author), & Hadziselimovic, A. (Author). (2016). Book Launch: Networked - A Media Genealogy of the Network Society by Clemens Apprich. Digital or Visual Media, Voice republic. Retrieved from https://2016.transmediale.de/content/book-launch-networked-a-media-genealogy-of-the-network-society-by-clemens-apprich
Book Launch: Networked - A Media Genealogy of the Network Society by Clemens Apprich. Apprich, C. (Author); Freudenschuss, M. (Author); Hadziselimovic, Adnan (Author). 2016. Voice republic.

Research output: Practice-Based and Non-textual ResearchDigital or Visual Media

Apprich, C, Freudenschuss, M & Hadziselimovic, A, Book Launch: Networked - A Media Genealogy of the Network Society by Clemens Apprich, 2016, Digital or Visual Media, Voice republic.
Apprich C (Author), Freudenschuss M (Author), Hadziselimovic A (Author). Book Launch: Networked - A Media Genealogy of the Network Society by Clemens Apprich Voice republic. 2016.
Apprich, C. (Author) ; Freudenschuss, M. (Author) ; Hadziselimovic, Adnan (Author). / Book Launch: Networked - A Media Genealogy of the Network Society by Clemens Apprich. [Digital or Visual Media].
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