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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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Science Fiction Across Media Workshop in HUMlab

Tweet One Monday and Tuesday this week HUMlab hosted a workshop entitled “Science Fiction Across Media: Alternative Histories, Alien Futures”. An international workshop exploring the complex representation of natural and technological ecologies in science fiction in and across its varied … Continue reading

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Critically Making the Internet of Things Dec 8-9

Tweet HUMlab will host a conference on “Critically Making the Internet of Things”, December 8-9. Should be very exciting. Among invited international speakers are Lisa Gitelman (NYU), Bruce Sterling, Matthew Ratto (University of Toronto), Christian Lindholm (Fjord), David Zahle (BIG), … Continue reading

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Institute for Internet and Society/ Berlin

Tweet Last week the “Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society”, also known as the Google Institute (since Google funded it), was officially announced as part of an Inauguration Symposium in Berlin. The procedure of “invitations” – the conference … Continue reading

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