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Immaterial Labour, Multitudes and New Social Subjects: Class Composition in Cognitive Capitalism

From:  stevphen shukaitis (by way of Ned Rosssiter from spectre

 Papers are invited for a conference:

"Immaterial Labour, Multitudes and New Social Subjects: Class  Composition in Cognitive Capitalism"

Venue:
University of Cambridge, UK:

Location:
to be announced.

Date:
Saturday 29 – Sunday 30 April 2006

Among other themes the conference will address issues of cognitive  capitalism, class composition, new social subjects, the knowledge economy and immaterial labour. Papers will be provided in advance of the conference. They will be  translated into English. They will be circulated via the medium of website and internet mailing lists. The papers will eventually be published in book form. Conference organised under the aegis of “Universitas adversitatis”, a peripatetic university. Supported by the Uninomade network. With possible involvement of other organising bodies. A full prospectus for the conference is being prepared. For proposals of papers, and for participation in the conference, 

further details from: Ed Emery [Class Composition Conference]

Peterhouse Cambridge CB2 1RD
E-mail: ed.emery@britishlibrary.net

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