Postdigital Marxism and education

  title={Postdigital Marxism and education},
  author={Derek R. Ford and Petar Jandri{\'c}},
  journal={Educational Philosophy and Theory},
We now live in a world where digital technology is no longer ‘separate, virtual, [or] “other” to a ‘natural’ human and social life’ (Jandric et al., 2018, p. 893). Contemporary information and comm... 

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Educational Futures and Postdigital Science

  • D. Kupferman
  • Computer Science
    Postdigital Science and Education
  • 2021
In the year 2021, a global pandemic rages, and the world is suffering from a pandemic known as Neural Attenuation Syndrome.

Educational futures after COVID-19: Big tech and pandemic profiteering versus education for democracy

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The ‘Postdigital Teacher Identities’ Praxis: a Discussion Paper

  • J. Arantes
  • Education
    Postdigital Science and Education
  • 2021
The introduction of digital platforms in K-12 Education has seen the identity of the teacher shift with the roles of technology in teaching and learning. Commercial Platforms, Learning Designers, and



Postdigital Possibilities: Operaismo, Co-research, and Educational Inquiry

There are parallels between the post-Marxist traditions of operaismo (workerism) and autonomism and emerging ideas about the ‘postdigital’. Operaist analyses and approaches, and particularly the work

Postdigital science and education

We are increasingly no longer in a world where digital technology and media is separate, virtual, ‘other’ to a ‘natural’ human and social life. This has inspired the emergence of a new concept—‘the

Capitalism, Crisis, and Educational Struggle in the Postdigital

  • C. Malott
  • Art
    Postdigital Science and Education
  • 2019
This article explores how crises within capitalism tend to emerge as crises of realization. As the digitalization of capitalism is now presupposed or postdigital, the article explores how this

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