20, 21 & 22 June 2018 – Radboud University Nijmegen
How do we identify the fake from the real? What strategies enable us to reveal and yet protect our subjects who seek anonymity online? Can researchers be activists and their research serve as instruments for social change? How do we ensure fair representation through big data analytics? These are some of the questions that need addressing as we seek to study digital cultures. This course identifies key research issues and novel methodological solutions in the study of contemporary digital cultures. In particular, we investigate challenges faced in the arena of data authenticity, representation and communication to lay and other publics.
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- RMeS Seminar: “What, of Art, Belongs to the Present?”
- RMeS Trending Topics 2018: Engaging Objects
- RMeS RMa Course: Contemporary approaches to digital cultures: platforms, politics, performances and people
- RMeS Summer School 2018: New Materialism