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Ignas
Kalpokas, Ph.D.

Affiliate, Associate Professor

From: Lithuania

At LCC Since: 2019

Publications

Posthuman Urbanism: Datafication, Algorithmic Governance, and Covid-19. In N. Bobic and F. Haghighi (eds.). The Routledge Handbook of Architecture, Urban Space and Politics. Volume I: Violence, Spectacle and Data.

LCC author(s): Ignas Kalpokas, Ph.D.

New York: Routledge, 2023.

Posthuman urbanism: Datafication, algorithmic governance and Covid-19.

LCC author(s): Ignas Kalpokas, Ph.D.

The Routledge handbook of architecture, urban space and politics. Volume I: Violence, Ssectacle and data, 496-508. , 2023.

Introduction. In Value Inquiry Book Series: 390. Intelligent and autonomous: transforming values in the face of technology (pp. 1-5).

LCC author(s): Ignas Kalpokas, Ph.D.

Other author(s): Kalpokienė, J.

Leiden: BRILL., 2023.

Unsustainable anthropocentrism: are we now posthuman by design? In Value inquiry book series: 390. Intelligent and autonomous: transforming values in the face of technology (pp. 6-24).

LCC author(s): Ignas Kalpokas, Ph.D.

Leiden: Brill., 2023.

Problematising reality: the promises and perils of synthetic media.

LCC author(s): Ignas Kalpokas, Ph.D.

SN Social Sciences, 1(1), 1-11. , 2021.

Malleable, digital, and posthuman: a permanently beta life.

LCC author(s): Ignas Kalpokas, Ph.D.

Bingley: Emerald Publishing, 2021.

Post-truth and the Changing Information Environment’. In N. O’Shaughnessy, N. Snow, & P. Baines (eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Propaganda (71-84).

LCC author(s): Ignas Kalpokas, Ph.D.

Los Angeles and London: SAGE., 2020.

Towards an Affective Philosophy of the Digital: Posthumanism, Hybrid Agglomerations, and Spinoza.

LCC author(s): Ignas Kalpokas, Ph.D.

Philosophy and Social Criticism, X(XX). , 2020.

Creating Students’ Algorithmic Selves: Shedding Light on Social Media’s Representational Affordances.

LCC author(s): Ignas Kalpokas, Ph.D.

Other author(s): Sabaliauskaite, E., & Pegushina, V.

Creativity studies, 2(13), 2020.

Agglomerations, Relationality, and In-Betweenness: Re-Learning to Research Agency in Digital Communication.

LCC author(s): Ignas Kalpokas, Ph.D.

Central European Journal of Communication, 27(3). , 2020.

A political theory of post-truth.

LCC author(s): Ignas Kalpokas, Ph.D.

Cham: Palgrave Macmillan; Springer nature., 2019.