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Man and Machine, or The algorithms of porosity

Guzzetta, Giorgio (13 mars 2014)

Yesterday I have been to my first DH Seminaire at EHESS, a series of meeting that started in 2011 aimed at discussing and mapping the emergence of Digital Humanities in America and in Europe while at the same time pushing towards a multilingual European network, with a number of initiatives, ...

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Old Media in New Media

Guzzetta, Giorgio (15 févr. 2014)

“OLD MEDIA” IN “NEW MEDIA” ERA – ABOUT ADJUSTMENT STRATEGIES OF TRADITIONAL MEDIA TO NEW MEDIA REALITY Institute of Journalism and Social Communication, University of Warmia and Mazury, Olsztyn, Poland, 2-3.06.2014 Despite the creation and appearance of new forms of media, the so-called ...

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Social Media. A Critical Introduction, by Christian Fuchs

Guzzetta, Giorgio (2 mars 2014)

Christian Fuchs. 2014. Social Media. A Critical Introduction. London: Sage. Paperback ISBN 9781446257319 Hardcover ISBN 9781446257302 Now more than ever, we need to understand social media - the good as well as the bad. We need critical knowledge that helps us to navigate the controversies and ...

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Digital utopias: cosmopolitan vs ethnocentric vs glocal vs global...

Guzzetta, Giorgio (9 juil. 2014)

There has been a lot of discussion about the "dream" (the modern word for what once was called utopia? ) of multiculturalism in several venues, on and offline, and the recent billet by Martin Grandjean rekindle it recently. This is indeed a thorny issues and, unfortunately, not something that you ...

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Computer Science and the Humanities

Guzzetta, Giorgio (12 juin 2014)

In the last three years, since the beginning of my PhD, I have been reading a lot of stuff about Digital Humanities, a lot of definitions, a lot of introductions (in more than one language), and I have been discussing several times with many people, but I am still not satisfied, I am not convinced ...

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Flipping and blending

Guzzetta, Giorgio (26 mars 2014)

[Originally published in Creative Amnesia May 12, 2013 @ 20:08] This is the prezi of the presentation I gave (in collaboration with James O'Sullivan)  at the ninth ICT in Education Conference hosted on the Thurles Campus of Limerick Institute of Technology on Saturday 11th of May 2013. I decided ...

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Are Digital Literary Studies even possible?

Guzzetta, Giorgio (3 avr. 2014)

The unabridged slides of my presentation at University College Cork (2 april 2014) - those that I did used and those I did not used.

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Communication Theories in a Multicultural World, edited by Clifford Christians and Kaarle Nordenstreng

Guzzetta, Giorgio (8 mars 2014)

Christians, Clifford / Nordenstreng, Kaarle (eds.) Communication Theories in a Multicultural World Bern, Peter Lang, 2014 Book synopsis This volume is an up-to-date account of communication theories from around the world. Authored by a group of eminent scholars, each chapter is a history and state- ...

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Macroanalysis, by Matthew Jockers (Review)

Guzzetta, Giorgio (1 févr. 2014)

This review has been originally published in Digital Studies/Le Champ Numérique Jockers, Matthew L. 2013. Macroanalysis: Digital Methods and Literary History. University of Illinois Press. Kindle Edition Jockers' Macroanalysis is an inspiring book that gives a well-rounded description of digital ...

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Looking forward to quantum computing?

Guzzetta, Giorgio (12 mars 2014)

I recently read about the death of Emilio Del Giudice, one of the people that started and inspired New Humanities, a very exciting initiative taking place in one of the oldest cities in the world. Unfortunately I never met Del Giudice but I went to one of the New Humanities meeting which was very ...

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