Neuroaffect Stream: Capacious: Affect Inquiry/Making Space

If the proposed panels come together at the Capacious Conference as well as they have just done on paper it’ll be a great summer…

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Here’s a taster

Nudging the unconscious: uses of neuroeconomics in the universal basic income experiment; Neuroaffective Design and Fintech: nonintentional experience in high cost short term credit; Facebook’s Laboratory of Emotion; The Collective Effect: The politics of [shared user] experience; Neuropolitics, affective mythology and murmurations: a critical approach to culture, ideology and consciousness; The Affective Subject. Ontological considerations from neurosciences to psychology; Neuroplasticity’s Affective Conduits; Political Junkies: Affective politics and addictive rhetoric

Bookmark now and register when open

Capacious: Affect Inquiry/Making Space August 8 to 11, 2018, Millerville University, Lancaster PA, USA.

http://capaciousjournal.com/conference/

 

 

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About Virality

Tony D. Sampson is Reader in Digital Culture and Communications at the University of East London. A former musician, he studied computer technology and cultural theory before receiving a PhD in sociology from the University of Essex. His publications include The Spam Book, coedited with Jussi Parikka (Hampton Press, 2009), Virality: Contagion Theory in the Age of Networks (University of Minnesota Press, 2012), The Assemblage Brain: Sense Making in Neuroculture (University of Minnesota Press, 2016) and Affect and Social Media (Rowman and Littlefield, due 2018). He is organizer and host of the Affect and Social Media conferences in the UK, a co-founder of Club Critical Theory and Director of the EmotionUX Lab at UEL. He occasionally blogs at: https://viralcontagion.wordpress.com/ Full academic profile: https://www.uel.ac.uk/Staff/s/tony-sampson
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