Student & Alumni News

Alum David Arditi at The World Forum

Alum David Arditi at The World Forum

Recently, GMU CS alum David Arditi was invited to present a lecture at “The World Forum on Democracy, Tech and Human Kind,” an annual event that “unites leaders from politics, civil society, and culture, engaged in the ideas and practices for a better world and fundamental change.”

David Arditi discusses his new book "Digital Feudalism"

David Arditi discusses his new book "Digital Feudalism"

The book was written with a more general reader in mind. My hope is that the general public reads it and begins to think about the problems with capitalism. For academics, I hope people read it and find it as a useful tool for analyzing the current moment. In my greatest hopes, people would begin to talk about “digital feudalism.” 

Alumni Spotlight: Robert W. Gehl publishes new book

Alumni Spotlight: Robert W. Gehl publishes new book

We are pleased to announce the publication of Cultural Studies alumnus Robert W. Gehl's new book Social Engineering: How Crowdmasters, Phreaks, Hackers, and Trolls Created a New Form of Manipulative Communication. Co-authored with Sean T. Lawson, the book explores the history of public misinformation and its stakeholders in the US.