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New open access book: David Chandler and Christian Fuchs, eds. 2019. 
Digital Objects, Digital Subjects: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on 
Capitalism, Labour and Politics in the Age of Big Data. London: 
University of Westminster Press. ISBN 978-1-912656-20-2.


This volume explores activism, research and critique in the age of big 
data capitalism.

Published by University of Westminster Press. Available as affordable 
paperback and free open access book.

The book has a conversational nature so that each contribution is 
followed by a response/reflection.

With contributions by Joanna Boehnert, Elisabetta Brighi, David 
Chandler, Robert Cowley, Jodi Dean, Christian Fuchs, Paolo Gerbaudo, 
Peter Goodwin, Kylie Jarrett, Anastasia Kavada, Phoebe V. Moore, Toni 
Negri, Jack L. Qiu, Paul Rekret, Paulina Tambakaki.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Big Data Capitalism – Politics, Activism, and Theory 1-20
Christian Fuchs and David Chandler

Section I: Digital Capitalism and Big Data Capitalism

Digital Governance in the Anthropocene: The Rise of the Correlational 
Machine 23-42
David Chandler
Beyond Big Data Capitalism, Towards Dialectical Digital Modernity: 
Reflections on David Chandler’s Chapter 43-51
Christian Fuchs

Karl Marx in the Age of Big Data Capitalism 53-71
Christian Fuchs
What is at Stake in the Critique of Big Data? Reflections on Christian 
Fuchs’s Chapter 73-79
David Chandler

Seeing Like a Cyborg? The Innocence of Posthuman Knowledge 81-94
Paul Rekret
Posthumanism as a Spectrum: Reflections on Paul Rekret’s Chapter 95-100
Robert Cowley

Section II: Digital Labour

Through the Reproductive Lens: Labour and Struggle at the Intersection 
of Culture and Economy 103-116
Kylie Jarrett
Contradictions in the Twitter Social Factory: Reflections on Kylie 
Jarrett’s Chapter 117-123
Joanna Boehnert

E(a)ffective Precarity, Control and Resistance in the
Digitalised Workplace 125-144
Phoebe V. Moore
Beyond Repression: Reflections on Phoebe Moore’s Chapter 145-150
Elisabetta Brighi

Goodbye iSlave: Making Alternative Subjects Through Digital Objects 151-164
Jack Linchuan Qiu
Wage-Workers, Not Slaves: Reflections on Jack Qiu’s Chapter 165-167 
Peter Goodwin

Section III: Digital Politics

Critique or Collectivity? Communicative Capitalism and the Subject of 
Politics 171-182
Jodi Dean
Subjects, Contexts and Modes of Critique: Reflections on Jodi Dean’s 
Chapter 183-186
Paulina Tambakaki

The Platform Party: The Transformation of Political Organisation in the 
Era of Big Data 187-198
Paolo Gerbaudo
The Movement Party – Winning Elections and Transforming Democracy in a 
Digital Era: Reflections on Paolo Gerbaudo’s Chapter 199-204
Anastasia Kavada

The Appropriation of Fixed Capital: A Metaphor? 205-214
Antonio Negri
Appropriation of Digital Machines and Appropriation of Fixed Capital as 
the Real Appropriation of Social Being: Reflections on Toni Negri’s 
Chapter 215-221
Christian Fuchs