Nick Couldry speaks at the 'Neoliberalism, Crisis and the World System' conference.
Recorded on 2 July 2013 at the University of York.
Nick Couldry discusses the article "Data Colonialism: Rethinking Big Data’s Relation to the Contemporary Subject" with the editor of “Television & News Media” Jonathan Corpus Ong.
Originally posted on 17 December 2018.
In this podcast, Nick Couldry argues for the importance of remembering the work of Norbert Elias in understanding the complexities of today's social order, in particular the pressure of connection through social media.
Originally posted on 19 December 2015.
In this podcast, Jeff Pooley speaks with Nick Couldry about the release of his book Media, Society, World: Social Theory and Digital Media Practice.
Originally posted on 4 February 2013.
In his inaugural lecture as Professor of Media, Communications and Social Theory at LSE, Nick Couldry challenges some ‘digital age’ myths about how we gather on social media platforms and the value of ‘big data’, and considers the new forms of agency and injustice emerging alongside them. A video of the lecture can be found here.
Recorded on 21 November 2013 at Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building, LSE
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In this blogpost for the Enhancing Life Project, Professor Couldry examines the potential contradiction between the promise of online connection and its practical reality,
taking into further consideration the complexities of the conditions under which it is, or is not, possible to enhance life in today's digital world.
Originally published 7 July 2016.
Nick Couldry discusses his current research for the Enhancing Life Project. He details the inspiration behind the project, the sources and methods used to address the
research question, and the challenges he has encountered thusfar.
Originally published 5 July 2016.
In an interview with Ashish Sen, Professor Nick Couldry not only elaborates on the distinction between voice as process and voice as value,
but also stresses the importance of re-examining how Community Media is valued.
Originally published on 24 December 2015.