R. Swaminathan is Chief Strategy & Programmes Officer ( cspo ) of Azim Premji Philanthropic Initiatives ( appi ). He is also a visiting fellow at the Observer Research Foundation ( orf ), fellow of the National Internet Exchange of India ( nixi ), and Contributing Editor of Governance Now. He is the author of the forthcoming book Notes of a Digital Gypsy: Decoding the Other India . Martin E. Roth studied Japan Studies and Communication & Media Studies at Leipzig University and Waseda University (Japan). From 2010 to 2014 he was a PhD student at the Leiden University Institute for Area Studies and part of the vici project ‘Beyond Utopia – New Politics, the Politics of Knowledge, and the Science Fictional Field of Japan’ (Prof. Chris Goto Jones), as well as a guest researcher at the University of Tokyo. He received his PhD for a thesis entitled ‘Disruptive Conflicts in Computopic Space: Japanese Sf Videogames as Sources of Otherness and Radical Political Imagination’ in August 2014. He is now Junior Professor of Japan Studies at Leipzig University, working on new/digital media. Annika Pissin is a researcher at the Center for East and South-East Asian Studies, Lund University,
Asiascape: Digital Asia – Brill
Published: Sep 18, 2015
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