195 Pages Posted: 6 Jun 2012
Date Written: June 4, 2012
As part of the CPOV project with the Institute of Network Cultures, we published a Wikipedia reader titled Critical Point of View. The Reader is edited by Geert Lovink and Nathaniel Tkacz. The essays, interviews and artworks brought together in this reader form part of the overarching Critical Point of View research initiative, which began with a conference in Bangalore (January 2010), followed by events in Amsterdam (March 2010) and Leipzig (September 2010). The Reader collects original insights on the next generation of wiki-related research, from radical artistic interventions and the significant role of bots to hidden trajectories of encyclopaedic knowledge and the politics of agency and exclusion.
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Lovink, Geert and Tkacz, Nathaniel and Reagle, Joseph M. and O’Sullivan, Dan and Liang, Lawrence and Salah, Amila Akdag and Gao, Cheng and Suchecki, Krzystztof and Scharnhorst, Andrea and Geiger, R. Stuart and Enyedy, Edgar and Kaufman, Peter B. and Niesyto, Johanna and Mathews, Hans Varghese and Kildall, Scott and Stern, Nathaniel and Carr, Nicholas and Shapiro, Alan and Cramer, Florian and Lichty, Patrick and vander Velden, Maja and Ford, Heather and Graham, Mark and John, Gautam and Kamir, Dror and Famiglietti, Andrew and O’Neil, Matheiu and Morell, Mayo Fuster and Stegbauer, Christian and Currie, Morgan and Chen, Shun-Ling, Critical Point of View: A Wikipedia Reader (June 4, 2012). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2075015 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2075015