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Academic background: BA Science and Technology Studies, Lund University (1996), BA Illustration, Falmouth College of Arts (2001). In 2011 he received PhD from Faculty of Social sciences, University of Gothenburg. Research interests: Hacking, alternative licenses, user-centred development of technology and technology-becoming-aesthetics. Theoretical homage: Influential schools are post-Operaismo and the Frankfurt school. Draws from philosophies of Karl Marx, Herbert Marcuse, Lewis Mumford, Slavoj Zizek, Jacques Ranciere. Lives in [[Gothenburg]].
 
Academic background: BA Science and Technology Studies, Lund University (1996), BA Illustration, Falmouth College of Arts (2001). In 2011 he received PhD from Faculty of Social sciences, University of Gothenburg. Research interests: Hacking, alternative licenses, user-centred development of technology and technology-becoming-aesthetics. Theoretical homage: Influential schools are post-Operaismo and the Frankfurt school. Draws from philosophies of Karl Marx, Herbert Marcuse, Lewis Mumford, Slavoj Zizek, Jacques Ranciere. Lives in [[Gothenburg]].
  
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* http://www.johansoderberg.net/
 
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* http://www.sociology.gu.se/english/Contact/Staff_A-O/Soderberg_Johan/
 
* http://www.sociology.gu.se/english/Contact/Staff_A-O/Soderberg_Johan/
 
* http://www.sts.gu.se/english/staff/soderberg_johan/
 
* http://www.sts.gu.se/english/staff/soderberg_johan/
  
[[Category:Media culture writers|Soederberg, Johan]]
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[[Category:Software studies|Soederberg, Johan]]
 
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Academic background: BA Science and Technology Studies, Lund University (1996), BA Illustration, Falmouth College of Arts (2001). In 2011 he received PhD from Faculty of Social sciences, University of Gothenburg. Research interests: Hacking, alternative licenses, user-centred development of technology and technology-becoming-aesthetics. Theoretical homage: Influential schools are post-Operaismo and the Frankfurt school. Draws from philosophies of Karl Marx, Herbert Marcuse, Lewis Mumford, Slavoj Zizek, Jacques Ranciere. Lives in Gothenburg.

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