Dr. Vincent Mosco
Vincent Mosco (Ph.D, Harvard) is Professor Emeritus of Sociology at Queen's University and Distinguished Professor of Communication, New Media Centre, Fudan University, Shanghai. At Queen's he was Canada Research Chair in Communication and Society and head of the Department of Sociology. His research interests include the political economy of communication, the social impacts of information technology, and communication policy. Dr. Mosco is the author or editor of twenty-three books including The Digital Sublime (2004) and The Political Economy of Communication (2009). His To the Cloud: Big Data in a Turbulent World, was named a 2014 Outstanding Academic Title by Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. His latest book is Becoming Digital: Toward a Post-Internet Society, published by Emerald in November 2017. Dr. Mosco is working on a new book The Smart City in a Digital World to be published by Emerald in 2019.
Submitted review essay "The History of the Internet under Surveillance Capitalism," forthcoming in Science as Culture, March 2019.
Accepted for publication "The Laboring of Artificial Intelligence: A Review," forthcoming in IEEE Technology and Society, March 2019.
New publication: “New Media: The Next Internet,” in Political Economy of Journalism: New (and old) Logics of Production and Consumption, ed. Jacqueline Lima Dourado, Vincent Mosco, Denise Maria Moura da Silva Lopes, Juliana Fernandes Teixeira, and Renan da Silva Marques, Teresina, Brazil : EDUFPI, 2018, pp.265-282.
My interview in the latest issue of the Progressive Post on Data vs. Democracy, https://progressivepost.eu/publications/issue-11, March, 2019
Submitted the manuscript for my next book The Smart City in a Digital World to my publisher Emerald Books. February 2019.
The book Critical Communication Research: Western Perspectives, edited with Cao Jin, was accepted for publication by the Shanghai Translation Publishing House. January 2019.
In response to an inquiry about Herbert Schiller, I posted this memorial, which I wrote shortly after his death in 2000.
New publication: “Social Media vs. Journalism and Democracy,” Journalism, Special 20th Anniversary issue of the journal, Vol. 20(1) 181–184, 2019.
Accepted an invitation to give a keynote address to the international conference Piracy and Beyond: Exploring the 'Threat' in Media and Culture, School of Media, Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia, October 23-25, 2019.
New publication: “Labour and the Next Internet,” in Making Media: Production, Practices, and Professions, ed. by Mark Deuze and Mirjam Prenger, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 259-271, December 2018.
Completed a draft of The Smart City in a Digital World to be published by Emerald in 2019.
Named a recipient of the 2019 C. Edwin Baker award for Outstanding Scholarship in Media, Markets, and Democracy by the International Communication Association, November 2018.
New publication: “Political Economies of Media Technologies.” In Oxford Encyclopedia of Communication and Critical Studies. Oxford University Press, October 2018.
Completed "Deconstructing the Myths of a Digital Age: An Interview with Dr. Vincent Mosco," for the Fudan University School of Journalism and Communication, for translation and publication in China, September 2018.
Completed a video for a keynote presentation on The Next Internet screened at the conference on Communication, Capitalism and Social Change: Policy, Practice, Praxis held September 6-8, University of Zagreb, Croatia. September 2018.
Completed "Foreword," in Global Communication, 3rd edition, ed. by Yahya Kamalipour, Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, June 2018.
Published "Preface," in Media, Ideology and Hegemony, ed. by Savaş Çoban, Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill, June 2018.
NEW BOOK: The Political Economy of Communication: Case Studies from China (with Cao Jin), Shanghai: East China Normal University Press, April 2018.
Published “Work Surveillance,” in Sage Encyclopedia of Surveillance, Security, and Privacy , ed. by Bruce A. Arigo. Thousand Oaks: Sage, March, 2018. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781483359922.n494, Print page: 1133.