Digital Labour: Workers, Authors, Citizens

Digital Labour: Workers, Authors, Citizens


A conference hosted by the Digital Labour Group, Faculty of Information and Media Studies, The University of Western Ontario, October 16-18, 2009, London, Ontario, Canada.

'Digital Labour: Workers, Authors, Citizens' addresses the implications of digital labour as they are emerging in practice, politics, policy, culture, and theoretical enquiry. As workers, as authors, and as citizens, we are increasingly summoned and disciplined by new digital technologies that define the workplace and produce ever more complex regimes of surveillance and control. At the same time, new possibilities for agency and new spaces for collectivity are borne from these multiplying digital innovations. This conference aims to explore this social dialectic, with a specific focus on new forms of labour.

Browse the contents of Digital Labour: Workers, Authors, Citizens:

Day 1 (Oct. 16, 2009)
Day 2 (Oct. 17, 2009)
Day 3 (Oct. 18, 2009)