Output

On this page, we describe the presentations, texts, publications and events from the project.  Please contact us for more details.

Publications
van Zundert, Joris, Smiljana Antonijevic, Anne Beaulieu, Karina van Dalen-Oskam, Douwe Zeldenrust, and Tara Andrews. Forthcoming, January 2012. Cultures of Formalization: Towards an encounter between humanities and computing. In David M. Berry (ed.) Understanding Digital Humanities: The Computational Turn and New Technology. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

De Rijcke, Sarah and Anne Beaulieu (2011). Image as interface: consequences for users of museum knowledge,  in a special issue of the journal Library Trends, issue 59 (3), on Involving Users in the Co-Construction of Digital Knowledge in Libraries, Archives, And Museums, edited by P.F. Marty and Michell Kazmer.

Beaulieu, Anne, Sarah de Rijcke and Bas van Heur. Forthcoming 2012. Authority and Expertise in New Sites of Knowledge Production.  In Paul Wouters, Anne Beaulieu, Andrea Scharnhorst,  and Sally Wyatt (eds), Virtual Knowledge, MIT Press.

Derksen, Maarten and Anne Beaulieu. 2011. Social Technology. In The Handbook of Philosophy of Social Science, edited by Ian Jarvie and Jesús Zamora-Bonilla, 703-719. London: Sage.

 

Presentations and lectures

Beaulieu, Anne and Sarah de Rijcke. (2011) Title: Networked Neuroscience: Making knowledge from images in digital infrastructure, Workshop Visualisation in the Age of Computerization, 25-26 March 2011, Said Business School, University of Oxford, UK.

 

 

 

 

Reimagining the Archive conferenceat UCLA. 12-14 November. Los Angeles, California. A talk about networked knowledge and epistemic authority in the development of virtual museums

Science Studies Colloquium UCSD. 8 November. San Diego, California. On Network Realism as a new form of visual knowing

Annual Meeting Society for Literature, Science and the Arts (SLSA). 28-.31 October 2010. Indianapolis, Indiana. Presentation on artistic documentation practices, visual knowing and the web.

van Zundert, Joris, Smiljana Antonijevic, Anne Beaulieu, Karina van Dalen-Oskam, Douwe Zeldenrust, and Tara Andrews. (2010) Cultures of Formalization: Towards an encounter between humanities and computing. A position paper for the workshop The Computational Turn, Department of Political and Cultural Studies, Swansea University, 9 March 2010.

CRESC The Social Life of Methods. 31 August-3 September 2010. Location: St Hugh’s College, Oxford Title: Networked knowledge and epistemic authority in the development of virtual museums: Who is entitled to know? Panel on Authenticity, Authority and the Virtual Museum: Concepts, Practices and Methods, organized by dr. C.M. van den Akker & prof.dr. S. Legene

Presentation, Groupe de Recherche sur l’Image en Sociologie
Date: 2 December 2009
Location: CEAQ (Centre d’Études sur l’Actuel et le Quotidien), Université René Descartes, Sorbonne Paris V, France.

Participating in a mediated world, Platform for Communication, Media and Information
Date: 27 November 2009
Location: Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, Trippenhuis, Amsterdam abstract

CHArt: Object and Identity in a Digital Age
Date: 12-13 November 2009

Location: Birkbeck, University of London abstract (see de Rijcke)

4S Annual Meeting Society for the Social Studies of Science
Date: 28 October – 1 November 2009
Location: Hyatt Regency, Washington, DC, US   abstract

Modeling Science: Understanding, forecasting and communicating the science system
Date: 6- 9 October 2009
Location: Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, Trippenhuis, Amsterdam   abstract

Presentation of planned research at the Rijkakademie
Date: 6 October 2009

1st International Visual Methods Conference
Date: 15-17 September 2009
Location: The University of Leeds, UK   abstract paper

Presentation of planned research at Tropenmuseum
Date: 16 April 2009

Living Cultures – Contemporary Ethnographies of Culture (conference attended)
Date: 30-31 March 2009
Location: The University of Leeds, UK

 

This project started on 1 April 2009.

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