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Bio

Ico Maly is associate professor @ Tilburg University (The Netherlands). He teaches Digital Media & Politics, Digital ethnography and Knowledge in the digital World. He wrote several books including Nieuw Rechts (New Right, Epo, 2018), De Hedendaagse Antiverlichting (Contemporary anti-Enlightenment, Epo, 2018) and Superdiversiteit in Oostende (Kif Kif, 2014),  N-VA | Analyse van een politieke ideologie (N-VA | Analysis of a political ideology) (EPO, 2012) and De Beschavingsmachine Wij en de islam. (The Civilization Machine. We and the Islam) (EPO, 2009). Together with Jan Blommaert and Joachim Ben Yakoub he wrote Superdiversiteit en democratie (Superdiversity & Democracy) (EPO, 2014). He also edited the award winning work Cultu(u)rENpolitiek. Over media, globalisering en culturele identiteiten. (Culture and Politics. About media, globalization and cultural identities.) (Garant, 2007). 

 

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Recent publications

  1. Flemish Interest in an attention-based hybrid media system

    Maly, I. (2020). Flemish Interest in an attention-based hybrid media system. (Tilburg Papers in Culture Studies; No. 240).
  2. Pour la « renaissance des peuples européens

    Maly, I. (2020). Pour la « renaissance des peuples européens. Revue Politique.
  3. The coronavirus, the attention economy and far-right junk news

    Maly, I. (2020). The coronavirus, the attention economy and far-right junk news. Diggit Magazine.
  4. Invisible Lines in the Online-Offline Linguistic Landscape

    Blommaert, J., & Maly, I. (2019). Invisible Lines in the Online-Offline Linguistic Landscape. (Tilburg Papers in Culture Studies; No. 223).
  5. Online with Garfinkel. Essays on social action in the online-offline …

    Blommaert, J., van de Sanden-Szabla, G., Prochazka, O., Maly, I., Kunming, L., & Liu, L. (2019). Online with Garfinkel. Essays on social action in the online-offline nexus. (Tilburg Papers in Culture Studies; No. 229).

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