close

Kontakt

hessische Film- und Medienakademie (hFMA)
Hermann-Steinhäuser-Straße 43-47, 2.OG
63065 Offenbach am Main
Phone +49 (69) 830 460 41

Anfahrtsbeschreibung hier

Sie erreichen uns in der Kernzeit montags bis donnerstags von 10.00 - 16.30 Uhr. 

Geschäftsführung
Anja Henningsmeyer (montags bis donnerstags) - a.henningsmeyer@hfmakademie.de

Mitarbeiter*innen
Clara Podlesnigg (montags und dienstags) – podlesnigg@hfmakademie.de
Klaus Schüller (montags und donnerstags) – schueller@hfmakademie.de
Mariana Schneider (dienstags und mittwochs) – info@hfmakademie.de
Csongor Dobrotka (donnerstags) – dobrotka@hfmakademie.de

  • Alle
  • Öffentlich
  • Studentisch
  • Jahr Alle 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008
  • Termine

    Kracauer Lectures: Lee Grieveson

    On data, media, and the deconstruction of the administrative state
    Lee Grieveson is Professor of Media History at University College London and author most recently of Cinema and the Wealth of Nations: Media, Capital, and the Liberal World System (University of California Press, 2018.)
    Abstract: On data, media, and the deconstruction of the administrative states” explores the recent...

    Mehr erfahren

    On data, media, and the deconstruction of the administrative state

    Lee Grieveson is Professor of Media History at University College London and author most recently of Cinema and the Wealth of Nations: Media, Capital, and the Liberal World System (University of California Press, 2018.)

    Abstract: On data, media, and the deconstruction of the administrative states” explores the recent history of libertarian and neo-fascist media and data practices in the US and UK designed to re-shape political reality. The talk explores the history of these practices and sketches a genealogy that begins with the radicalisation of liberalism in the 1970s, traverses the digital revolution gathering pace from the 1990s (from Google in 1999 and Facebook in 2004) and the corporate and state surveillance that emerged as key to the new digital age (expanding from 9/11 and from new practices of surveillance capitalism), and ends with the 2016 election of Donald Trump and the “Brexit” referendum.


    Dienstag, 3.12.2019 | 18 Uhr
    Campus Westend, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main

    Vergangene Einträge anzeigen