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Peljhan Marko
artist and activist, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Penley Constance
Constance Penley is Professor of Film Studies and Women’s Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She has written and lectured widely in the areas of feminist theory, media and cultural studies, and science studies. Along with the recent NASA/TREK: Popular Science and Sex in America, she is the author of The Future of an Illusion: Film, Feminism, and Psychoanalysis, the editor of Feminism and Film Theory, and co-editor of Male Trouble, Technoculture, and The Visible Woman: Imaging Technologies, Gender, and Science. Penley is a founding editor of the feminist media journal, Camera Obscura.
Pentecost Claire
artist, writer, and Associate Professor of Photography at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Since 2006, with Brian Holmes and New York’s 16 Beaver, she has co-organized Continental Drift, a series of seminars about social, theoretical and aesthetic responses to the changing geopolitical order
Plant Sadie
author and philosopher, Birmingham, England
Ploebst Helmut
lebt und arbeitet in Wien; Studium Publizistik/Kommunikationswissenschaft

und Kunstgeschichte an der Universität Wien; Veröffentlichungen in zahlreichen

internationalen Zeitschriften zu Tanz und Performance, Publikation u.a.

Helmut Ploebst, NO WIND NO WORD – Neue Choreographie in der

Gesellschaft des Spektakels. München: K.Kieser 2001.
Priest Julian
Julian Priest is co-founder of consume.net UK's first wireless network community.
Public Netbase
was a net culture institution, an open access internet platform and advocate for the development of electronic art. It was established in 1994 and lasted despite recognition of international theorists and artists and the UNESCO closed 2006.

Until today Public Netbase is regarded as one of the most important nodes of digital culture.
Purgathofer Peter
Peter Purgathofer is associate professor at the Institute of Design and Assessment of Technology, Vienna University of Technology. His work focusses on the intersection of design and technology, most prominently interaction design, user experience and game design, as well as the areas of tension between society and technology.
Quéau Philippe
Quéau has been Director of the Information and Informatics Division of UNESCO; now representative of the UNESCO for the Maghreb; he is a specialist in new information and communication technologies, with a particular interest in computer graphics, virtual reality, televirtuality and cyber-communities.

He has written three books in which he analyzes the technical evolution and the artistic implications of computer imaging, artificial intelligence and virtual reality.
Rampton Sheldon
Graduate of Princeton University with a diverse background as newspaper reporter, activist and author.
Rantasa Peter
lebt und arbeitet in Wien; Kulturarbeit als Initiator und Kurator

internationaler; Musikfestivals; Künstler (Teilnahme an internationalen

Ausstellungen und Festivals); Vorstand in internationalen NGOs;

Lehrbeauftragter; Konsulent; Kulturtheoretiker; Geschäftsführender

Direktor mica - music austria.
Raseroke Kay
Kay Raseroka, born in Kwazulu-Natal in South Africa, is President of IFLA International Association of Library Associations and Director of the Library Services at the University of Botswana
Ratti Carlo
Carlo Ratti teaches at MIT, where he directs the SENSEable City Laboratory. His work has been exhibited in leading museums worldwide. He was included in Esquire Magazine's Best & Brightest 2008 list and won TIME Magazine's Best Invention of the Year 2007 award.
Raunig Gerald
Philosoph und Kunsttheoretiker, arbeitet am eipcp (European Institute for

Progressive Cultural Policies) als Koordinator der transnationalen

Forschungsprojekte republicart (2002-2005) und transform (2005-2008);

Universitätsdozent am Institut für Philosophie der Universität Klagenfurt;

(Mit-)Herausgeber der Buchreihen »republicart. Kunst und Öffentlichkeit«

und »es kommt darauf an. Texte zur Theorie der politischen Praxis« im

Wiener Verlag Turia+Kant; Redaktionsmitglied des multilingualen

Webjournals transversal und der Zeitschrift für radikaldemokratische

Kulturpolitik Kulturrisse.
Raunig Gerald
European Institute for Progressive Cultural Policies/eipcp, Vienna, Austria
Reischl Gerald
journalist, Vienna
Ressler Oliver
Oliver Ressler, born 1970 in Knittelfeld, Austria, studied at the University for Applied Arts in Vienna, where he graduated in 1995. In 1998 he was artist in residence at the Banff-Centre for the Arts in Banff, Canada, and now lives and works in Vienna. His work includes exhibition projects on various socio-political issues. From 1994 onwards, he realized several projects on ecological themes such as genetic engineering or the greenhouse effect. In collaboration with Martin Krenn, Oliver Ressler realized three concrete projects on racism. Ressler's work has been exhibited all over Europe and in Canada.
Rev Istvan
Rev is Professor of History and Political Science at the Central European University, Budapest, where he is also the Academic Director of the Open Society Archive. He has been a visiting faculty member at the University of California, Berkeley on several occasions. Since the early 1980s Rev has published widely on the political cultural, and architectural history of Hungary and other Eastern bloc countries.
Rieder Bernhard
holds a Ph.D. in information science and is an assistant professor at Paris VIII University’s hypermedia department where he teaches digital anthropology and Web programming. Combining a background in the humanities with the practice of software development, his work is centered on the ethics and politics of technology and particularly the design of digital machinery.
Riedl Joachim
leitet das Wien-Büro der Wochenzeitung DIE ZEIT.
Roehle Theo
is a PhD candidate at the department for Media and Communication Studies, University of Hamburg. He worked as a part-time assistant lecturer at the universities of Stockholm and Hamburg. His research interests are located at the intersection of media theory, surveillance studies and the politics of code.
Roettgers Janko
Roettgers is working and living in Los Angeles and writes for on- and offline-media about net culture, net policy, and music on the Internet. His articles are published in various magazines and newspapers, such as Berliner Zeitung, De:Bug, Financial Times Germany, Frankfurter Rundschau, heise.de IT news, and Telepolis.de. He has also published two books and participated on various panels, talks and lectures.
Rogers Richard
holds the Chair in New Media & Digital Culture at the University of Amsterdam. He is Director of Govcom.org, the group responsible for the Issue Crawler, and the Digital Methods Initiative, reworking method for Internet research. Rogers is author of Information Politics on the Web (2004), editor of Preferred Placement (Jan van Eyck, 2000) and author of Technological Landscapes (1999). Current research interests include Internet censorship, googlization, the Palestinian-Israeli conflict as well as the technicity of content.
Rosas Ricardo
Ricardo Rosas is a writer, translator and experimental musician. He was one of the organizers of the Brazilian Tactical Media Lab in Sao Paulo. He has studied Social Communication and German Studies at Universidade de Sao Paulo and is currently senior editor of Rizoma (www.rizoma.net), a web site devoted to activism, tactical media underground culture in general, net critic, conspiracy stuff and occulture. He writes about media activism and (anti) pop culture.
Rosenberger Sieglinde
Politikwissenschafterin Universität Wien mit den Forschungsschwerpunkten Governance und religiöse, kulturelle Diversity; Österreichische Politik; Geschlechter- und Demokratieforschung; Politikfeldanalysen: Gleichstellung und Wohlfahrtsstaat; Politische Partizipation; Politische Inklusions- und Exklusionsmechanismen in Bezug auf Repräsentation, Partizipation und Governance; Politisierung und Mobilisierung von Migration/ Integration/ Asyl
Rossiter Ned
Ned Rossiter is Lecturer in Communications, School of Political and Social Inquiry, Monash University, Melbourne. He is co-editor of Politics of a Digital Present: An Inventory of Australian Net Culture, Criticism and Theory (Melbourne: Fibreculture Publications, 2001) and Refashioning Pop Music in Asia: Cosmopolitan Flows, Political Tempos and Aesthetic Industries (London: RoutledgeCurzon, forthcoming 2003). Also he is a co-facilitator of fibreculture, a network of new media researchers in Australia.
Rottenberg Thomas
Thomas Rottenberg ist Redakteur bei der Tageszeitung Der Standard und seit 2006 Moderator bei PULS TV.
Roy Arundhati
Arundhati Roy is an Indian writer and activist. She who won the Booker Prize in 1997 for 'The God of Small Things' and the Lannan Cultural Freedom Prize in 2002.
RTMark is a group of culture jammers applying a brokerage-system that benefits from "limited liability". Using this principle, RTMark supports the sabotage (informative alternation) of corporate products by channelling funds from investors to workers.

The group now works under the name Yes Men
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