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231121 Highfield: "Studying platforms when platforms restrict access"

Studying platforms when platforms restrict access: Methods for critical digital media studiesTim Highfield, University of SheffieldHistorically, social and digital media platforms have given…

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231109 Tolgensbakk: "Doing old-fashioned (field)work in new social spaces"

Doing old-fashioned (field)work in new social spaces Ida Tolgensbakk:, Norwegian Museum of Cultural History This talk is a collaboration between Humlab and ethnology (the department of culture and…

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230914 Hine: "Exploring the silences of smart care"

Exploring the silences of smart care: autoethnographic and infrastructural approaches Professor Christine Hine, Department of Sociology, University of Surrey Recent developments in artificial…

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230209 Bergenmar: "Queerlit"

Jenny Bergenmar, Professor of Literature Science at University of Gothenburg This event was a collaboration between Humlab, The higher seminar in literature science, and Sveriges…

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230530 Mazviita: "The Apparent Possibility of Artificial General Intelligence"

Mazviita Chirimuuta (University of Edinburgh)Much of the current speculation over the future of AI concerns the possibility of AGI – artificial general intelligence. This is the kind of…

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230420 La Mela: "Dissemination and transformation"

Dissemination and transformation: two perspectives on using metadata in history of knowledgeMatti La Mela, Uppsala UniversityMatti La Mela is an Assistant Professor in Digital Humanities at the…

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230226 Sundén & Paasonen: "Who’s laughing now? Feminist tactics in social media"

** Note that the first two minutes of this presentation is missing due to technical problems ** Susanna Paasonen, professor of Media studies at Turku University and Jenny Sundén, professor of…

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221013 Valaskivi: "Imagining communities with ’intelligent’ machines"

AbstractIt has been almost thirty years since the renowned anthropologist and scholar of nationalism, Benedict Anderson, introduced the concept of imagined communities. He referred to the historical…

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220914 Jancovic: "The format as a mask - Tracing online practices of video reformatting"

The format as a mask - Tracing online practices of video reformattingMarek Jancovic AbstractAll content uploaded to YouTube is automatically scanned for copyright infringements. But up until a few…

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Sabine Höhler, Susanna Lidström, and Tirza Meyer: The Ocean’s ‘Digital Twin’? Marine Environmental Data Through Time

Sabine Höhler is Head of Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment; Head of Department of Philosophy and History, KTH Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm Susanna…

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220310 Brügger: "What is in a web archive?"

What’s in a web archive? Three cases of web history, a close, middle and distant readingNiels Brügger, Aarhus UniversityThis lecture will introduce web archiving and web archives, and give…

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220309 Delano & Albert: "The Whole Thing Smacks Of Gender"

The Whole Thing Smacks Of Gender: Algorithmic Exclusion In Body Composition Analysis And BeyondMaggie Delano & Kendra Albert Companies such as Withings and Fitbit tout composition analysis as…

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211117 Risam: "Envisioning a Postcolonial Digital Humanities in Theory and Praxis"

Envisioning a Postcolonial Digital Humanities in Theory and Praxis Roopika Risam, Chair of Secondary and Higher Education and Associate Professor of Education and English, Salem State University …

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211116 Peters: "Threats to the Humanities in a Digital Moment"

Threats to the Humanities in a Digital Moment John Durham Peters, Maria Rosa Menocal Professor of English and of Film and Media Studies, Yale University The humanities are always in crisis. That is…

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210902 Text Mining: Comparing Parliaments, Novels, and Newspapers

Text Mining Parliamentary Data Seminar Comparing Parliaments, Novels, and Newspapers We live in a time of massive and available datasets such as parliamentary records, novels, and newspaper…

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210506 Manovich: "Cultural Analytics"

How can we see a billion images? What analytical methods can we bring to bear on the astonishing scale of digital culture – the billions of photographs shared on social media every day, the…

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