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Renata Malta

Renata Malta is a professor of communication at Universidade Federal de Sergipe (Brazil).  Permanent professor at Post graduation Programme in Communication – PPGCOM-UFS. She received a Ph.D. in Communication from Universidade Metodista de São Paulo (2013), and did part of her thesis at Carleton University (Ottawa – Canada); M.A. in Communication from Universidade Estadual Paulista (2009).

The project 

Title: The Representation of Childbirth in Fictional TV Productions: A Comparative Study Brazil/ France

Kseniia Elstova

Ksenia Eltsova, associate professor at the Higher School for European Cultures of the Russian State University for the Humanities (RSUH, Moscow). Her research interests are currently focused primarily on media representations of social hierarchy, social distinction and social inequality.

Documental Mobilization revolution – From capital to Documental Mobilization

Documental Mobilization, meaning union between the instituted strength of documents and media dynamic, transformed quickly the social word with a power which only equivalent is the capitalist revolution at the beginning of the 19th century. Yet, this shift have not been conceptualized and we are used to read it as an evolution of capitalism, whereas it is actually a radical transformation introducing a discontinuity which characteristics must be analysed.

Nikolai Vokuev

Nikolai Vokuev is currently Associate Professor at the Institute of Culture and Arts of Syktyvkar State University. A graduate of Komi State Pedagogical Institute, Faculty of Foreign Languages (2008), he worked in the regional media of the Republic of Komis for five years. A graduate of the program "The School of Cultural Journalism" (2012, Foundation PRO ARTE and Foundation Mikhail Prokhorov), he defended his doctoral thesis in 2013 and began teaching at Syktyvkar State University.

Documental Mobilization

The growth of copying and recording techniques, as demonstrated on the Web, require us to rethink the nature of information and communication, along with the relationship between media and archives. This initiative, entrusted to Maurizio Ferraris, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Turin, explores the conceptual tensions generated by these technologies, along with the new Web-generated links between knowledge, memory and power. The international colloquium 'Total Mobilization: Web and Social Reality', 15-17 October 2015, Paris, was organised by M. Ferraris, E. Terrone, A.

This Working Paper explores the relationship between space, media, and immunity in the work of Peter Sloterdijk. Modernity, argues Sloterdijk, may best be understood as a vast technical project aimed at compensating for a loss of insurance regarding our position in the world: the loss of a comforting roundness, of a being-inside the whole. What is at stake is therefore to design immune systems that are adapted for the burst and globalized spaces we inhabit.
DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 25/06/2015

This Working Paper explores the relationship between space, media, and immunity in the work of Peter Sloterdijk. Modernity, argues Sloterdijk, may best be understood as a vast technical project aimed at compensating for a loss of insurance regarding our position in the world: the loss of a comforting roundness, of a being-inside the whole. What is at stake is therefore to design immune systems that are adapted for the burst and globalized spaces we inhabit.

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 24/06/2015
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