| BEYOND DIGITAL CAPITALISM. NEW WAYS OF LIVING: SOCIALIST REGISTER 2021|
Edited by Leo Panitch and Greg Albo
As digital technology became integral to the capitalist market dystopia of the first decades of the 21st century, it refashioned both our ways of working and our ways of consuming, as well as our ways of communicating. And as the Covid-19 pandemic coursed through the world's population, adding tens of billions of dollars to the profits of high-tech corporations, its impact revealed grotesque class and racial inequalities and the gross lack of public investment, planning and preparation which lay behind the scandalously slow and inadequate responses of so many states.
Ursula Huws - Reaping the whirlwind: Digitalization, restructuring, and mobilization in the Covid crisis
Bryan D. Palmer - The time of our lives: Reflections on work and capitalist temporality
Larry Lohmann - Interpretation machines: Contradictions of 'artificial intelligence' in 21st-century capitalism
Matthew Cole, Hugo Radice, and Charles Umney - The political economy of datafication and work: A new digital Taylorism?
Grace Blakeley - The big tech monopolies and the state
Tanner Mirrlees - Socialists on social media platforms: communicating within and against digital capitalism
Derek Hrynyshyn - Imagining Platform Socialism
Massimiliano Mollona - Working-class cinema in the age of capitalism
Joan Sangster - The surveillance of service labour: conditions and possibilities of resistance
Jeronimo Montero Bressan - From neoliberal fashion to new ways of clothing
Sean Sweeney and John Treat - Shifting gears: Labour strategies for low-carbon public transit mobility
Benjamin Selwyn - Community restaurants: Decommodifying food as socialist strategy
Pat Armstrong and Hugh Armstrong - Start early, stay late: Planning for care in old age
Pritha Chandra and Pratyush Chandra - Health care, technology, and socialized medicine
Christoph Hermann - Life after the pandemic: From production for profit to provision for need
Robin Hahnel - Democratic socialist planning: back to the future
Greg Albo - Postcapitalism: Alternatives or detours?
Published October 2020