In the words of editor Tatjana Takseva: It is a pleasure to let you know that the collection Social Software and the Evolution of User Expertise: Future Trends in Knowledge Creation and Dissemination has been published. It contains a chapter written with Karina van… Continue Reading “”
It was a real pleasure to serve as opponent at the defense of Veronica Johansson of the University of Boras, Sweden. We had a great discussion about ethnographic methods and about the concept of critical literacy. And as always, it was wonderful to see… Continue Reading “PhD Defense in Sweden”
In a couple of days, I’ll be heading off to Norrkoping, Sweden for a summer school on visualisation. My talk will address two conventions found across many imaging modalities area fields: the view form nowhere and the seamless zoom. The presentation will be posted… Continue Reading “Getting ready for “Images and Visualisation: Imaging Technology, Truth and Trust””
A wonderful collection edited by Melissa M. Littlefield and Jenell M. Johnson. My contribution is entitled Fast Moving Objects and their Consequences. More information about the collection can be found on the Michigan Press website.
Our special issue on ‘social technology’ has now appeared! It is the issue of April 2012 (22(2)) of the Journal Theory and Psychology. Please contact the editors for more information: Anne Beaulieu, Maarten Derksen, and Signe Vikkelsø. The introduction to the special issue is… Continue Reading “Social Technology”
If your are interested in submitting a paper for this panel, please do so via the conference website. Mediated Practice: Insights from STS, Critical Theory and Media Theory Panel organisers: Anne Beaulieu (STS); Annamaria Carusi (Critical Theory/STS); Aud Sissel Hoel (Visual and Media Studies);… Continue Reading “EASST/4S Panel”
Sometimes, by the time an article appears, the only affective reaction it evokes is something along the lines of ‘that old thing’… But this one has been in the making for so long, that it now feels like I’ve run into a long-lost friend!… Continue Reading ““Learning in a landscape” sees the light!”