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Hello, digital methods!

Carrozza, Chiara (4 janv. 2015)

In October and  November 2014 we finally had a series of workshops we planned for experimenting and discussing the potential of digital methods for social sciences and humanities. Digital methods are a set of methods aimed at supporting researchers’ ability to explore and display data or ...

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How does the digital mediates social research? Reflections on the (technical) possibilities of the digital for (post) humanities

Gaspar, Andrea (17 juil. 2014)

The way humanists use digital media is a topic in which we are very much interested in the project “Being Digital”. Apparently, academics in humanities use the digital “to do their same things”, that is, they tend to use the digital for the purpose of digitization of content – this is an ...

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About us

Carrozza, Chiara (30 juil. 2014)

A post by Simone Tulumello from ICS (UL) about our Digital Scholarship Workshop he attended in Lisbon

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Digital Scholarship Workshop in Portugal

Carrozza, Chiara (11 mai 2014)

The importance of being digital – i.e. establishing a digital identity, and engaging in research dissemination and in wide, open scientific conversations on the web – has become nowadays a sort of mantra for scholars of all disciplines and at different stages of their career. If traditionally ...

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Digital ways of knowing

Carrozza, Chiara (19 janv. 2015)

We participated to the Conference Changing Worlds. Ideologies, Utopias and Ambitions in Science and Technology, held at the Department of Science and Technology Studies of the University of Vienna on 20–22 November 2014. We presented a paper entitled "Digital ways of knowing: the digital turn ...

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Reflecting on Digital scholarship

Carrozza, Chiara (21 oct. 2015)

In this presentation Chiara gave at the Congresso de Humanidades Digitais em Portugal held at the Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas da Universidade Nova de Lisboa (8-9 October 2015), we focus on “digital scholarship”, which has been the central notion of the first line of work of the ...

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Investigating digital methods using digital methods

Carrozza, Chiara (5 juin 2015)

In late May I went to Covilha to present a paper – developed with Tiago Santos Pereira – at the International Conference "Communicating Science: Emerging Publication Models". The paper aims at exploring to what extent different notions and approaches related to digital technologies that are ...

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“Colada” en una buena fiesta. Impresiones sobre la Escuela de Verano del proyecto FORCCAST

Carrozza, Chiara (1 oct. 2014)

Del 27 al 29 de Agosto del 2014 se llevó a cabo la escuela de verano del FORCCAST, (Formación para Cartografía de Controversias y el Análisis de las Ciencias y las Tecnologías) proyecto de Science Po y de otras catorce universidades y centros de investigación. Se realizó en la Ciudad de ...

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Ana Rui's tutorial of Gephi - how to visualize your Facebook network

Carrozza, Chiara (21 juil. 2014)

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Debating the political potential of experimental knowledge

Carrozza, Chiara (15 juin 2015)

In the social sciences there has been a recent but growing interest in experimental cultures and on their affordances in re-shaping social methods and knowledge. The experimental is going “live” (Marres 2012) by being approached as a process rather than as a site (Corsín Jiménez 2013). Open- ...

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