Co-operations Research Unit on Networked Labour University | Networked Labour

P2P and Commons Critique of Great Transformation: From Industrial Disciplinary Global Capitalism to Trans-Human Zombie Informationalism

Image result for cybernetics robocopsThis post is about the opening of an Co-operations Research Unit on Networked Labour University (http://networkedlabour.networg.nl/moodle), where peers can co-operate by setting-up online regular meetings, drawing maps, sharing files and other materials, etc. to co-ordinate their communication in organised and networked research and action groups. Anyone could easily join in and build such work groups in this broad open and collaborative knowledge and culture production space.

First reseach work is set-to form an Co-Operative Research Agenda and Curriculum to feed in open courses and educative activities that will be provided via NLU, as well as creative actions in the real world. The work group is initially titled as:

‘P2P and Commons Critique of Great Transformation: From Industrial Disciplinary Global Capitalism to Trans-Human Zombie Informationalism’

Co-laborateriat Wiki on Networked Labour website is dedicated to this aim: http://www.networkedlabour.net/wiki/collaboretariat/

This wiki will regularly be harmonised with the page previously configured on the P2P-Foundation’s website:

http://p2pfoundation.net/Bibliography_for_the_Global_Political_Economy

Looking forward to collaborate, so any comment, critics, suggestion, and modification is more then welcome!

via Co-operations Research Unit on Networked Labour University | Networked Labour.

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