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Ganaele M. Langlois

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Department of Communication Studies

Associate Professor

Office: Victor Phillip Dahdaleh (DB) Building, 3017
Phone: 4167362100 Ext: 20329
Email: gana@yorku.ca


Ganaele Langlois' research interests lie in media studies and critical theory.

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Ganaele Langlois is Associate Professor in Communication studies at York University, Canada, and Associate Director of the Infoscape Centre for the Study of Social Media (www.infoscapelab.ca). Her research interests lie in media theory and critical theory, particularly with regards to the shaping of subjectivity and agency through and with media technologies. She published a book entitled Meaning in the Age of Social Media (Palgrave, 2014). She has co-edited a book on the topic entitled Compromised Data? From Social Media to Big Data (Bloomsbury, 2015). She is currently working on a research project about textile as communication, for which she received a SSHRC Insight Development Grant. Her research has been published in New Media and Society, Culture Machine, Communication and Critical-Cultural Studies, Television and New Media, and Fibreculture.

Degrees

PhD, York/Ryerson Universities
MA, York/Ryerson Universities
Maîtrise, Sorbonne - Paris IV

Research Interests

Media , Culture and Cultural Studies, New Media, Philosophy of Communication, Critical Studies of Technology

Current Research Projects

Textile as Communication

    Summary:

    Communication Beyond Words: Textile and Social Change explores the potential of textile as a universal medium of communication capable of addressing systemic global inequalities.

    Description:

    Textile is not often mentioned in communication and media studies. Yet, it was a global medium of communication from prehistoric times up until 19th century industrialization. Today still, individuals gather together to stitch, knit or make quilts that record and enact cultural values and collective ways of living. In many indigenous communities around the world, textile techniques such as embroidery or beading are still practiced as media of communication of similar importance as the verbal word in the West.

    First, the project first explores the reasons for such under-appreciation of textile in communication and media studies, including the western-centric bias that sees technologies such as the ones involved in handcrafted textile as lesser than western-based, contemporary ones. To demonstrate this, the project examines the connections between a long and complex tradition of making informational textile to record information in many communities worldwide, and contemporary digital technologies.

    Second, the project examines how traditionally textile transmitted and enacted ways of life, most often through means that had the same effect as story-telling, but did not particularly rely on words or symbolic images. Making, embellishing, exchanging and propagating patterned textile have long fostered and transmitted cultural identities and values, and built inter-cultural dialogues. The project examines how contemporary textile practices invent and renew ways of life by focusing on the negotiations between indigenous groups, local artisans, designers, available materials, and socio-economic pressures.

    Third, the project argues that while textile crafts might seem quaint today, they provide the critical means to address systemic global inequalities such as cultural appropriation, environmental degradation, wage disparities between designers and artisans, and socio-economic pressures on indigenous and local communities. Through two pilot studies of textile collaboration between indigenous communities, local artisans and Canadian-based artists and designers in Peru and Pakistan, the project showcases how both traditional and new textile practices can produce new intercultural understandings and ways of being together. These in turn challenge existing global inequalities and forge new alliances that transcend language and socio-economic barriers.

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    Role: Principal Investigator

    Start Date:
      Month: Jul   Year: 2018

    End Date:
      Month: Jun   Year: 2020

Social Media Campaigns: Tracking Digital Politics across Web 2.0. 2012-2017. ($385,000).

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    Role: Co-Principal Investigator

    Start Date:
      Month: May   Year: 2012

    End Date:
      Month: Dec   Year: 2017

    Funders:
    SSHRC
Books

Publication
Year

Langlois G, Redden, J., Elmer, G., eds. 2015. Compromised Data - From Social Media to Big Data. New York: Bloomsbury.

2015

Langlois, G. 2014. Meaning in the Age of Social Media. New York: Palgrave.

2014

Elmer, G., Langlois, G., McKelvey, F. 2012. The Permanent Campaign: New Media, New Politics. New York: Peter Lang.

2012

Book Chapters

Publication
Year

Langlois, G., Redden, J. and Elmer, G. 2015. Introduction: Compromised Data. In Compromised Data: From Social Media to Big Data, eds. Greg Elmer, Ganaele Langlois and Joanna Redden. London: Bloomsbury.

2015

Renzi, A and Langlois, G. 2015. “Data Activism”. In Compromised Data: From Social Media to Big Data, eds. Greg Elmer, Ganaele Langlois and Joanna Redden. London: Bloomsbury.

2015

Elmer, Greg, Ganaele Langlois & Fenwick McKelvey. 2014. "The Permanent Campaign: Online Political Communication". In Publicity and the Canadian State: Critical Communication Approaches, ed. Kirsten Kozolanka, 240-261. Toronto: U. of Toronto Press.

2014

Langlois, Ganaele. 2012. “Social Media, or Towards a Political Economy of Psychic Life”. In The Unlike Us Reader, ed, Geert Lovink and Miriam Rasch, 50-60. Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures.

2012

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

Slane, A. and Langlois, G. 2018. Not My Bad:" Sexual Images, Consent, and Online Host Responsibilities in Canada. Canadian Journal of Women and the Law.

2018

Langlois G. and Slane, A. 2016. Economies of Reputation: The Case of Revenge Porn. Communication and Critical Cultural Studies. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14791420.2016.1273534

2017

Langlois G. and Slane, A. 2016. Economies of Reputation: The Case of Revenge Porn. Communication and Critical Cultural Studies. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14791420.2016.1273534

2016

Langlois, G., and Elmer, G. 2013. The Research Politics of Social Media Platforms. Culture Machine, 14(2013). http://culturemachine.net/index.php/cm/article/view/505/531. 9391 words.

2013

Elmer, G. and Langlois, G. 2013. Networked Campaigns: Traffic Tags and Cross-Platform Analysis on the Web. Information Polity 18(2013), pp. 43-56.

2013

Langlois, G. 2013. The New Governance of Participatory Culture. Television & New Media, 14(2), pp. 91-105.

2013

Langlois, G. 2011. Meaning, Semiotechnologies and Participatory Media. Culture Machine, 12(2011). http://www.culturemachine.net/index.php/cm/issue/current. 6197 words.

2011

Langlois, G., McKelvey, F., Elmer, G. and Werbin, K. 2009. Mapping Commercial Web 2.0 Worlds: Towards a New Critical Ontogenesis. Fibreculture 14. http://journal.fibreculture.org/issue14/issue14_langlois_et_al.html. 7611 words.

2009

Langlois, G. and Elmer, G. 2009. Wikipedia Leeches? The Promotion of Traffic through a Collaborative Web Format. New Media & Society 11(5).pp. 773-794.

2009

Elmer, G., Ryan, P.M., Devereaux, Z., Langlois, G. McKelvey, F. 2009. Blogs I Read: Partisanship in the Canadian Blogosphere. Journal of Information, Politics and Technology 6(2).

2009

Elmer, G.; Ryan, P.M.; Devereaux, Z.; Langlois, G.; Redden, J. and McKelvey, F. 2007. Election Bloggers: Methods for Determining Political Influence. First Monday 12(4).

2007

Langlois, G. 2005. Networks and Layers: Technocultural Encodings of the World Wide Web. Canadian Journal of Communication 30(4), pp. 565-584.

2005

Conference Papers

Publication
Year

Langlois, G. (2017) . Decolonizing Media: the Case of Textile. New Materialisms. Unesco: Paris (France).

2017

Langlois, G. 2014. Transindividuation and the Ethics of Software Design. General Organology Conference. University of Kent, Canterbury (UK).

2014

Langlois, G. 2012. Rethinking Meaning: From Signification to Making Sense. Semiotic Society of America. Toronto.

2012

Langlois, G. 2011. Language and Subjectivation. Canadian Communication Association. Fredericton: University of New Brunswick.

2011

Langlois, G. 2011. The Emergence of Partisan Blogospheres. Canadian Communication Association. Fredericton: University of New Brunswick.

2011

Langlois, G. 2010. Online Participatory Culture, Power and Differentiality. Canadian Communication Association. Montreal: Concordia University.

2010

Langlois, G. 2010. Tracking Networks: Notes on Developing a Semio-Technical Approach. Thinking Network Politics: Methods, Epistemology, Process. Anglia Ruskin University: UK.

2010

Langlois, G., Elmer, G., McKelvey, F., Werbin, K. 2009. User, Software, and Content on Commercial Web 2.0 Spaces: Towards a Political Economy of Heterogeneous Articulations. The State of Things: Towards a Political Economy of Artifice and Artifacts. University of Leicester: UK.

2009

Langlois, G. and McKelvey, F. 2008. Political Subjectivation on Web 2.0 Platforms: The Case of Facebook in Canada. Politics: Web 2.0 - An International Conference. Royal Holloway University: UK.

2008

Langlois, G. 2007. Mixed Semiotics and the Case of Amazon.com. Association of Internet Researchers Conference. Vancouver: British Columbia.

2007

Devereaux, Z.; Langlois, G.; Ryan, P.; Redden, J.; McKelvey, F. 2007. Code Politics: The Canadian Blogosphere Speaks to the Liberal Leadership Race. International Communication Association Conference. San Francisco: California.

2007

Langlois, G. 2006. The Economies of Wikipedia: Open Source as Promotional Traffic. Canadian Communication Association Conference. Toronto: Ontario.

2006

Langlois, G. 2005. Beyond the Hype: Understanding the (Dis)Junctures in Hypertext and Hypermedia. Canadian Communication Association Conference. London: Ontario.

2005

Langlois, G. 2004. Political Practices and Discursive Strategies: The U.S. Presidential Campaign and the Appropriation of Blogging. Crossroads in Cultural Studies Conference. Urbana-Champaign: Illinois.

2004

Conference Proceedings

Publication
Year

Langlois, G. and A. Slane. 2016. Reputational Economies and the Business of Shame: A Case Study of an Revenge Porn Site. Fukuoka.

2016

Langlois, G and Renzi, A. 2013. Data/Activism. Compromised Data? New Paradigms in Social Media Theory and Research Methods. Toronto.

2013

Langlois, G. 2011. Semiotechnologies: Meaning, Power and Participatory Media. International Communication Association Conference. Boston.

2011

Langlois, G. 2010. Towards a New Critique of Online Participatory Culture: User-Generated Content and the Assembling of Software and Users. International Communication Association Conference. Singapore. Ranked Top 3rd Paper in the Philosophy of Communication Division.

2010

Langlois, G. 2007. Technology, Language, Media: Toward a Mixed Semiotics Framework. International Communication Association Conference. San Francisco: California.

2007

Creative Works

Publication
Year

Langlois, G. 2017. Massaging the Non-Human. McLuhan Centre for Culture and Technology in partnership with the Contemporary Textile Studio Co-op. Toronto.

2017

Public Lectures

Publication
Year

Langlois, G. 2017. Textile as Anti-Media. Feedback #1: Marshall McLuhan and the Arts. Royal Academy of Art: Den Haag (Netherlands).

2017

Langlois, G. 2014. Social Data and the Politics of Psychic Life. Critical Social Media Research and Methods. University of Copenhagen.

2014

Langlois, G. 2014. Vouloir Dire, or the Virtuality of Meaning. Toronto Semiotics Circle, University of Toronto.

2014

Langlois, G. 2013. Digital Object / Network Subject. Habits of Living Conference. Brown University.

2013

Langlois, G. 2013. Software Studies: A Case for Critical Methodologies. Center for 21st Century Studies. University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee.

2013

Langlois, G. 2012. Language, Subjectivation and Social Technologies. Unlike Us. Amsterdam, NL.

2012

Langlois, G. and Elmer, G. 2010. Network Politics: Future Directions. Platform Politics. Cambridge: Anglia Ruskin University.

2010

Langlois, G. 2010. Online Politics 2.0. American Centre and WCU Webometrics Project, Yeungnam University (South Korea).

2010

Langlois, G. and Elmer, G. 2009. Researching the Cultural Impact of Digital Code: Software and other Media Tool Development, Code Mapping, Interface Design, and New Media Content Analysis. Statistical Cybermetrics Research Group. Wolverhampton (UK): University of Wolverhampton.

2009

Elmer, G. and Langlois, G. 2008. Code Politics: Networking through Traffic and Tags. Amsterdam New Media Summer Talks: Networked Content. Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam.

2008

Conferences

Publication
Year

Langlois, G. (2017) . Decolonizing Media: the Case of Textile. New Materialisms. Unesco: Paris (France).

2017

Participant, 2017. Spinning the Global with Textile Media. Organizer: Sarah Sharma, participants: Radhika Gajjala and Dori Tunstall. Ms. Understanding Media. McLuhan Centre for Culture and Technology. Toronto.

2017

Other

Publication
Year

Langlois, G. (In Progress). Textile as Communication. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

2020


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2019 AP/COMN4505 6.0 A Debates about Technological Development SEMR
Winter 2020 AP/COMN4275 3.0 M Power, Resistance and New Media SEMR



Ganaele Langlois' research interests lie in media studies and critical theory.

Ganaele Langlois is Associate Professor in Communication studies at York University, Canada, and Associate Director of the Infoscape Centre for the Study of Social Media (www.infoscapelab.ca). Her research interests lie in media theory and critical theory, particularly with regards to the shaping of subjectivity and agency through and with media technologies. She published a book entitled Meaning in the Age of Social Media (Palgrave, 2014). She has co-edited a book on the topic entitled Compromised Data? From Social Media to Big Data (Bloomsbury, 2015). She is currently working on a research project about textile as communication, for which she received a SSHRC Insight Development Grant. Her research has been published in New Media and Society, Culture Machine, Communication and Critical-Cultural Studies, Television and New Media, and Fibreculture.

Degrees

PhD, York/Ryerson Universities
MA, York/Ryerson Universities
Maîtrise, Sorbonne - Paris IV

Research Interests

Media , Culture and Cultural Studies, New Media, Philosophy of Communication, Critical Studies of Technology

Current Research Projects

Textile as Communication

    Summary:

    Communication Beyond Words: Textile and Social Change explores the potential of textile as a universal medium of communication capable of addressing systemic global inequalities.

    Description:

    Textile is not often mentioned in communication and media studies. Yet, it was a global medium of communication from prehistoric times up until 19th century industrialization. Today still, individuals gather together to stitch, knit or make quilts that record and enact cultural values and collective ways of living. In many indigenous communities around the world, textile techniques such as embroidery or beading are still practiced as media of communication of similar importance as the verbal word in the West.

    First, the project first explores the reasons for such under-appreciation of textile in communication and media studies, including the western-centric bias that sees technologies such as the ones involved in handcrafted textile as lesser than western-based, contemporary ones. To demonstrate this, the project examines the connections between a long and complex tradition of making informational textile to record information in many communities worldwide, and contemporary digital technologies.

    Second, the project examines how traditionally textile transmitted and enacted ways of life, most often through means that had the same effect as story-telling, but did not particularly rely on words or symbolic images. Making, embellishing, exchanging and propagating patterned textile have long fostered and transmitted cultural identities and values, and built inter-cultural dialogues. The project examines how contemporary textile practices invent and renew ways of life by focusing on the negotiations between indigenous groups, local artisans, designers, available materials, and socio-economic pressures.

    Third, the project argues that while textile crafts might seem quaint today, they provide the critical means to address systemic global inequalities such as cultural appropriation, environmental degradation, wage disparities between designers and artisans, and socio-economic pressures on indigenous and local communities. Through two pilot studies of textile collaboration between indigenous communities, local artisans and Canadian-based artists and designers in Peru and Pakistan, the project showcases how both traditional and new textile practices can produce new intercultural understandings and ways of being together. These in turn challenge existing global inequalities and forge new alliances that transcend language and socio-economic barriers.

    Project Type: Self-Funded
    Role: Principal Investigator

    Start Date:
      Month: Jul   Year: 2018

    End Date:
      Month: Jun   Year: 2020

Social Media Campaigns: Tracking Digital Politics across Web 2.0. 2012-2017. ($385,000).

    Project Type: Funded
    Role: Co-Principal Investigator

    Start Date:
      Month: May   Year: 2012

    End Date:
      Month: Dec   Year: 2017

    Funders:
    SSHRC

All Publications


Book Chapters

Publication
Year

Langlois, G., Redden, J. and Elmer, G. 2015. Introduction: Compromised Data. In Compromised Data: From Social Media to Big Data, eds. Greg Elmer, Ganaele Langlois and Joanna Redden. London: Bloomsbury.

2015

Renzi, A and Langlois, G. 2015. “Data Activism”. In Compromised Data: From Social Media to Big Data, eds. Greg Elmer, Ganaele Langlois and Joanna Redden. London: Bloomsbury.

2015

Elmer, Greg, Ganaele Langlois & Fenwick McKelvey. 2014. "The Permanent Campaign: Online Political Communication". In Publicity and the Canadian State: Critical Communication Approaches, ed. Kirsten Kozolanka, 240-261. Toronto: U. of Toronto Press.

2014

Langlois, Ganaele. 2012. “Social Media, or Towards a Political Economy of Psychic Life”. In The Unlike Us Reader, ed, Geert Lovink and Miriam Rasch, 50-60. Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures.

2012

Books

Publication
Year

Langlois G, Redden, J., Elmer, G., eds. 2015. Compromised Data - From Social Media to Big Data. New York: Bloomsbury.

2015

Langlois, G. 2014. Meaning in the Age of Social Media. New York: Palgrave.

2014

Elmer, G., Langlois, G., McKelvey, F. 2012. The Permanent Campaign: New Media, New Politics. New York: Peter Lang.

2012

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

Slane, A. and Langlois, G. 2018. Not My Bad:" Sexual Images, Consent, and Online Host Responsibilities in Canada. Canadian Journal of Women and the Law.

2018

Langlois G. and Slane, A. 2016. Economies of Reputation: The Case of Revenge Porn. Communication and Critical Cultural Studies. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14791420.2016.1273534

2017

Langlois G. and Slane, A. 2016. Economies of Reputation: The Case of Revenge Porn. Communication and Critical Cultural Studies. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14791420.2016.1273534

2016

Langlois, G., and Elmer, G. 2013. The Research Politics of Social Media Platforms. Culture Machine, 14(2013). http://culturemachine.net/index.php/cm/article/view/505/531. 9391 words.

2013

Elmer, G. and Langlois, G. 2013. Networked Campaigns: Traffic Tags and Cross-Platform Analysis on the Web. Information Polity 18(2013), pp. 43-56.

2013

Langlois, G. 2013. The New Governance of Participatory Culture. Television & New Media, 14(2), pp. 91-105.

2013

Langlois, G. 2011. Meaning, Semiotechnologies and Participatory Media. Culture Machine, 12(2011). http://www.culturemachine.net/index.php/cm/issue/current. 6197 words.

2011

Langlois, G., McKelvey, F., Elmer, G. and Werbin, K. 2009. Mapping Commercial Web 2.0 Worlds: Towards a New Critical Ontogenesis. Fibreculture 14. http://journal.fibreculture.org/issue14/issue14_langlois_et_al.html. 7611 words.

2009

Langlois, G. and Elmer, G. 2009. Wikipedia Leeches? The Promotion of Traffic through a Collaborative Web Format. New Media & Society 11(5).pp. 773-794.

2009

Elmer, G., Ryan, P.M., Devereaux, Z., Langlois, G. McKelvey, F. 2009. Blogs I Read: Partisanship in the Canadian Blogosphere. Journal of Information, Politics and Technology 6(2).

2009

Elmer, G.; Ryan, P.M.; Devereaux, Z.; Langlois, G.; Redden, J. and McKelvey, F. 2007. Election Bloggers: Methods for Determining Political Influence. First Monday 12(4).

2007

Langlois, G. 2005. Networks and Layers: Technocultural Encodings of the World Wide Web. Canadian Journal of Communication 30(4), pp. 565-584.

2005

Conference Papers

Publication
Year

Langlois, G. (2017) . Decolonizing Media: the Case of Textile. New Materialisms. Unesco: Paris (France).

2017

Langlois, G. 2014. Transindividuation and the Ethics of Software Design. General Organology Conference. University of Kent, Canterbury (UK).

2014

Langlois, G. 2012. Rethinking Meaning: From Signification to Making Sense. Semiotic Society of America. Toronto.

2012

Langlois, G. 2011. Language and Subjectivation. Canadian Communication Association. Fredericton: University of New Brunswick.

2011

Langlois, G. 2011. The Emergence of Partisan Blogospheres. Canadian Communication Association. Fredericton: University of New Brunswick.

2011

Langlois, G. 2010. Online Participatory Culture, Power and Differentiality. Canadian Communication Association. Montreal: Concordia University.

2010

Langlois, G. 2010. Tracking Networks: Notes on Developing a Semio-Technical Approach. Thinking Network Politics: Methods, Epistemology, Process. Anglia Ruskin University: UK.

2010

Langlois, G., Elmer, G., McKelvey, F., Werbin, K. 2009. User, Software, and Content on Commercial Web 2.0 Spaces: Towards a Political Economy of Heterogeneous Articulations. The State of Things: Towards a Political Economy of Artifice and Artifacts. University of Leicester: UK.

2009

Langlois, G. and McKelvey, F. 2008. Political Subjectivation on Web 2.0 Platforms: The Case of Facebook in Canada. Politics: Web 2.0 - An International Conference. Royal Holloway University: UK.

2008

Langlois, G. 2007. Mixed Semiotics and the Case of Amazon.com. Association of Internet Researchers Conference. Vancouver: British Columbia.

2007

Devereaux, Z.; Langlois, G.; Ryan, P.; Redden, J.; McKelvey, F. 2007. Code Politics: The Canadian Blogosphere Speaks to the Liberal Leadership Race. International Communication Association Conference. San Francisco: California.

2007

Langlois, G. 2006. The Economies of Wikipedia: Open Source as Promotional Traffic. Canadian Communication Association Conference. Toronto: Ontario.

2006

Langlois, G. 2005. Beyond the Hype: Understanding the (Dis)Junctures in Hypertext and Hypermedia. Canadian Communication Association Conference. London: Ontario.

2005

Langlois, G. 2004. Political Practices and Discursive Strategies: The U.S. Presidential Campaign and the Appropriation of Blogging. Crossroads in Cultural Studies Conference. Urbana-Champaign: Illinois.

2004

Conference Proceedings

Publication
Year

Langlois, G. and A. Slane. 2016. Reputational Economies and the Business of Shame: A Case Study of an Revenge Porn Site. Fukuoka.

2016

Langlois, G and Renzi, A. 2013. Data/Activism. Compromised Data? New Paradigms in Social Media Theory and Research Methods. Toronto.

2013

Langlois, G. 2011. Semiotechnologies: Meaning, Power and Participatory Media. International Communication Association Conference. Boston.

2011

Langlois, G. 2010. Towards a New Critique of Online Participatory Culture: User-Generated Content and the Assembling of Software and Users. International Communication Association Conference. Singapore. Ranked Top 3rd Paper in the Philosophy of Communication Division.

2010

Langlois, G. 2007. Technology, Language, Media: Toward a Mixed Semiotics Framework. International Communication Association Conference. San Francisco: California.

2007

Creative Works

Publication
Year

Langlois, G. 2017. Massaging the Non-Human. McLuhan Centre for Culture and Technology in partnership with the Contemporary Textile Studio Co-op. Toronto.

2017

Public Lectures

Publication
Year

Langlois, G. 2017. Textile as Anti-Media. Feedback #1: Marshall McLuhan and the Arts. Royal Academy of Art: Den Haag (Netherlands).

2017

Langlois, G. 2014. Social Data and the Politics of Psychic Life. Critical Social Media Research and Methods. University of Copenhagen.

2014

Langlois, G. 2014. Vouloir Dire, or the Virtuality of Meaning. Toronto Semiotics Circle, University of Toronto.

2014

Langlois, G. 2013. Digital Object / Network Subject. Habits of Living Conference. Brown University.

2013

Langlois, G. 2013. Software Studies: A Case for Critical Methodologies. Center for 21st Century Studies. University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee.

2013

Langlois, G. 2012. Language, Subjectivation and Social Technologies. Unlike Us. Amsterdam, NL.

2012

Langlois, G. and Elmer, G. 2010. Network Politics: Future Directions. Platform Politics. Cambridge: Anglia Ruskin University.

2010

Langlois, G. 2010. Online Politics 2.0. American Centre and WCU Webometrics Project, Yeungnam University (South Korea).

2010

Langlois, G. and Elmer, G. 2009. Researching the Cultural Impact of Digital Code: Software and other Media Tool Development, Code Mapping, Interface Design, and New Media Content Analysis. Statistical Cybermetrics Research Group. Wolverhampton (UK): University of Wolverhampton.

2009

Elmer, G. and Langlois, G. 2008. Code Politics: Networking through Traffic and Tags. Amsterdam New Media Summer Talks: Networked Content. Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam.

2008

Conferences

Publication
Year

Langlois, G. (2017) . Decolonizing Media: the Case of Textile. New Materialisms. Unesco: Paris (France).

2017

Participant, 2017. Spinning the Global with Textile Media. Organizer: Sarah Sharma, participants: Radhika Gajjala and Dori Tunstall. Ms. Understanding Media. McLuhan Centre for Culture and Technology. Toronto.

2017

Other

Publication
Year

Langlois, G. (In Progress). Textile as Communication. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

2020


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2019 AP/COMN4505 6.0 A Debates about Technological Development SEMR
Winter 2020 AP/COMN4275 3.0 M Power, Resistance and New Media SEMR