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International Workshop: RESEARCH ON RESEARCH. Methodological Approaches and Empirical Challenges in the Digital Age. Ethnography Meets Artificial Intelligence

APRIL 22-23, 2021 

Zoom/Online

 

The aim of this event is to discuss how research on research can be conducted as a transdisciplinary endeavor in such a way that approaches in media studies and cultural anthropology are equally effective and can productively complement each other. The starting point is the observation that empirical methods for researching digital cultures are gaining more and more relevance, especially in the humanities and cultural studies. Moreover, the boom and increasing industrial implementation of AI methods poses a profound challenge for all academic disciplines and their methods, which we explore in a transdisciplinary way. In doing so, we not only want to critically discuss how ethnographic and especially media ethnographic approaches can contribute to exploring these transformations, but also to reflect on how ethnographic methods are themselves placed under new conditions by digitization.

 
 
Speakers:
Ina Dietzsch (Marburg)
Anne Dippel (Jena)
Anna Echterhölter (Wien) 
Julian Genner (Freiburg)
Mia-Marie Hammarlin, Jacobo Rouges Gonzales, Fredrik Miegel & Lars Borin (Lund/Gothenburg)
Christine Hämmerling (Zürich)
Carole McGranahan (Boulder/Colorado)
Sarah Pink (Melbourne) 
Nuria Valverde Pérez (Mexico City)
Jens Schröter (Bonn)
Andreas Sudmann (Regensburg)
 
Abstracts & Schedule:
 
Concept & Organization: 
Anne Dippel & Andreas Sudmann
Poster Design: 
Christian Wild von Hohenborn
Conference language: 
English
Funding:
The Volkswagen Foundation
 
Registration:
If you would like to attend the workshop, please send an email to:
 
 
plakat_researchonresearch
 
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