Lecture: Richard Rogers

Situating Digital Methods

09.11.2017 | Dorte Midtiby

Dato tor 16 nov
Tid 09:00 10:00
Sted Small Auditorium, INCUBA (5510-104), Aabogade, 8200 Aarhus N

Richard Rogers, Professor of New Media and Digital Culture, University of Amsterdam and director of the Digital Methods Initiative will give a lecture with a broad introduction to Digital Methods.
The lecture, which is hosted by the Centre for Internet Studies, is open for all.

The lecture historicises and theorises digital methods, situating them as a part of the computational turn in internet-related research, however distinct from big data, and contrasts them ontologically and epistemologically from virtual methods, or the importation of methods from the humanities and the social sciences onto the web. It subsequently introduces the study of the ‘natively digital’ (and the notion itself) and discusses the prospects of making findings or having research outcomes that may be grounded in the online, putting forward the notion of ‘online groundedness’.




Forelæsning / foredrag, Afd. for Digital Design og Informationsvidenskab, Medievidenskab og Journalistik
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