Category Archives: digital humanities

Vad händer med alla elektroniska prylar när vi inte längre vill ha dem?

Tweet Nyligen genomfördes konferensen ”From Media to Materialities. Mapping the afterlife of digital technologies” vid HUMlab, Umeå universitet. Konferensen samlade ett 30-tal svenska och internationella forskare som alla intresserar sig för vad som händer med det elektronikavfall (e-avfall) som följer … Continue reading

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Why HUMlab? — A talk with Zephyr Frank and Fred Turner

Tweet Stanford professors Zephyr Frank and Fred Turner are both part of the Media Places research programme, and have visited HUMlab on several occasions. What are the challenges of working with international research projects? And how did the Umeå/Stanford collaboration … Continue reading

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“It is people who create successful creative environments”

Tweet More and more organisations are coming to realise the importance of creative work and want to get people with different experience and competence to meet. But how can we work to produce a successful creative environment? Emma Ewadotter, Karin … Continue reading

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Digital tools for humanistic research

Tweet HUMlab employees Fredrik Palm and Roger Mähler develop technical solutions that support humanistic research. “Humanistic research projects create data that generally require a combination of quantitative and qualitative methods to be able to be analysed. This means that there … Continue reading

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The Faculty of Arts made a brave decision

Tweet The natural sciences have made unparalleled advances, among other things through working systematically on experimentation and doing so in the controlled environment that we call the laboratory. The cultural scientists have declared in their programmes that this is nothing … Continue reading

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