Christian Fuchs is professor in the School of Media and Communication and director of the Communication and Media Research Institute (CAMRI) at the University of Westminster. He co-edits the journal tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique. His fields of expertise are social theory, critical theory, critical digital and social media research, Internet & society, the political economy of media and communications,information society theory. He has played a leading role in research projects about contemporary society, digital media & society funded by the European Union (FP7, Horizon 2020) and the Austrian Science Fund FWF.
Christian is the author of numerous publications in these fields, including the books:
Communication and Capitalism: A Critical Theory (University of Westminster Press 2020)
Marxism: Karl Marx’s Fifteen Key Concepts for Cultural and Communication Studies (Key Ideas in Media & Cultural Studies) (Routledge 2020)
Nationalism on the Internet: Critical Theory and Ideology in the Age of Social Media and Fake News
Rereading Marx in the Age of Digital Capitalism (Pluto 2019)
Digital Demagogue: Authoritarian Capitalism in the Age of Trump and Twitter (Pluto 2018)
Critical Theory of Communication: New Readings of Lukács, Adorno, Honneth and Habermas in the Age of the Internet (University of Westminster Press 2016)
Reading Marx in the Information Age: A Media and Communication Studies Perspective on Capital Volume 1 (Routledge 2016)
Culture and Economy in the Age of Social Media (Routledge 2015)
Digital labour and Karl Marx (Routledge 2014)
Social media: A critical introduction (Sage 2014, 2nd edition 2017)
OccupyMedia! The Occupy movement and social media in crisis capitalism (Zero Books 2014)
Foundations of critical media and information studies (Routledge 2011)
Internet and society. Social theory in the information age (Routledge 2008)
Fuchs' books have been translated into Chinese, English, German, and Turkish.