HUMlab Seminars Spring 2013

I am most delighted to present this semester’s seminar program. We have a very good lineup and a range of exciting topics to cover. Seminars are normally streamed live and archived. We typically make archived seminars available in the afternoon of the day of the seminar.

In 2013, we will launch a stream/archive application that does not require Flash (we have a beta version now), and we will also start to work with several cameras when filming.

All welcome! No registration necessary (but please check in on our Facebook page and sign for events there). Most seminars take place in HUMlab on the main campus.

[January 29, 1:15 pm CET]
Deltagarkultur: spel, teknik och overkligheter
Martin Ericsson, Gamemaster, Bardo AB

[February 12, 1:15 pm]
The Deceptions of Data
Andrew Prescott, King’s College London

[February 26, 1.15 pm]
D:coding Digital Natives
Nishant Shah, The Center for Internet and Society, Bangalore

[March 19, 1:15 pm]
The Question of a Digital Bauhaus
Kenneth Knoespel, Georgia Tech

[March 26, 1:15 pm]
The World Through Robot Eyes
Lisa Ehlin, Stockholm University

[March 27, 1:15 pm]
Kunskapens människa
Stefan Svallfors, Umeå University and The Institute for Futures Studies

[April 18, 1:15 pm]
Exploring Authority and the Role of Religious Digital Creatives in New Media Culture
Heidi Campbell, Texas A&M University

[April 26, 1:15 pm]
The Ethics of Remix
Jonathan McIntosh, Rebellious Pixels

[May 13, 1:15 pm]
Hearing Urban Infrastructures: A Sonic Archaeology of the Media-City
Shannon Mattern, New School

[May 14, 1:15 pm]
Towards a Theory of Ruin: Modes of Engagement with the Archaeological Past
Michael Shanks, Stanford University

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