woman standing with plato computer

child with computer

50 Years of Public Computing

at the University of Illinois


50 Years of Public Computing at the University of Illinois

April 15 - 16, 2010
Alice Campbell Alumni Center
601 S Lincoln Ave, Urbana IL

Urbana-Champaign Independent Media Center (2000)

Webliography

Books

  • Coyer, Kate, Tony Dowmut, and Alen Fountain, The Alternative Media Handbook, (London: Routledge, 2007)
  • Della Porta, Donatella ed., The Global Justice Movement: Cross-National and Transnational Perspectives, (Boulder:Paradigm Publisher, 2007)
  • Kidd, Dorothy, The IMC — A New Model. Don't hate the media, be the media, (Indymedia, 2004)
  • Stain, Laura, Dorothy Kidd, and Clemencia Rodriquez eds. Making our media: global initiatives toward a democratic public sphere, (Cresskill, NJ :Hampton Press, 2009)

Book Chapters

  • Downing, John D.H., “The IMC Movement Beyond “The West”,” in Opel, Andy and Donnalyn Pompper eds. Representing Resistance: Media, Civil Disobedience, and the Global Justice Movement, (Westport Connecticut: Praeger, 2003) :241-258.
  • Kidd, Dorothy “Indymedia.org: the development of the communications commons,” in McCaughey, M. and M. Ayers eds. Cyberactivism: Online activism in theory and practice, (New York:Routledge, 2003).
  • Kidd, Dorothy, “Become the Media: The Global IMC Network,” in Opel, Andy and Donnalyn Pompper eds., Representing Resistance: Media, Civil Disobedience, and the Global Justice Movement, (Westport Connecticut: Praeger, (2003):224-240.
  • Morris, Douglas, “Globalization and Media Democracy: The Case of Indymedia,” in Schuler, Douglas and Peter Day (eds.), Shaping the Network Society. The New Role of Civil Society in Cyberspace, (Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press. , 2004):325-352.

Journal Articles

  • Chynoweth, Danielle, “Make More Local Radio!” Public i 9, no. 9 (2009):3.
  • Johnson, David, “The Legacy Of The 1999 WTO &dquo;Battle Of Seattle” On Champaign-Urbana,” Public i 9, no9 (2009):1.
  • Kanouse, Sarah and Sascha Meinrath “The UCIMC Turns Two,” Public i 3, no. 1 (2003):3.
  • Krausch, Megan “Urbana-Champaign IMC turns 3,” Public i 4, no. 1 (2004):11.
  • Meinrath, Sascha D. and the public i staff, “Challenging the Media Monopoly: Introducing the Urbana-Champaign Independent Media Center's public i!,” Public i 1, (2001):1,8.
  • Miller, Zachary C. “IMC Poised for Big Things in Fall,” Public i 3, no. 6 (2003):1.
  • Mueth, Paul “Independent Media and the Right to Communicate,” Public i 11, (2001):8
  • Riismandel, Paul, “Who Owns Our Local Media and What do They Want To Do With It?” Public i 3, no. 1 (2003):1.

Theses

  • Pike, John R., “Breaking News: The Independent Media center Movement as a Case Study in Critical Pedagogy” (M.A. Thesis, Department of Mass Communication. Edwardsville, Illinois: Southern Illinois University, 2003)
  • Uzelman, S. “Catalyzing Participatory Communication: Independent Media Center and the Politics of Direct Action” (M.A. Thesis, Simon Frazer University, 2002)

University of Illinois Urban-Champaign