Category Archives: interdisciplinary science

DIGITAL GENDER: THEORY, METHODOLOGY, AND PRACTICE

Tweet 12-14 MARCH 2014 CALL FOR PAPERS The rapid expansion of ICT in industry and academia has spawned a vast amount of research and practice on a variety of issues regarding the digital, from virtual identities to cyber-bullying and cyber-crime. … Continue reading

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Inter-lab collaboration and an environmental archaeology database

Tweet A collaborative venture between The Environmental Archaeology Lab and HUMLab, under the name of SEAD – The Strategic Environmental Archaeology Database, is scheduled to get underway in early May. The aim is to create a web-accessible, tool-rich and GIS-ready … Continue reading

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