Just stumbled upon this recently published (Oct. 2019) issue of South Atlantic Quarterly (SAQ), which is dedicated to the commons. Featuring articles by theorists such as Silvia Federici, Massimo De Angelis, Ugo Mattei and Carlo Vercellone, which explore various themes related to the commons from a theoretical as well as historical perspective, it is a must-read for those who wish to delve more deeply into the subject.
Readers of our blog will find the latest issue of tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique, which has just been posted online, of great interest: edited by Christian Fuchs, this special issue includes 15 articles centered on the analysis and theorization of ‘communicative socialism and the communication of socialism in the
Journal of Peer Production
Call for Papers: Infrastructuring the Commons Today, when STS meet ICT
Peer production and collaborative forms of technological design – such as those based on commons-oriented approaches – have at their core a critical stance towards the technoscientific landscape, an approach shared with Science and Technology Studies (STS) as a theoretical archipelago that has produced a significant wealth of knowledge that points out the social constructive and performative character of technoscience.