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Working without a map: Co-production as a Driver of Research Pathways

Dr Seth Mehl - Working without a map: Co-production as a Driver of Research Pathways AbstractCo-production methods are a ‘process-oriented’ approach to collaborative projects (Graham and…

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Platform Monopolisation: Inside the Permissive Mobile Ecosystem

Dr. Jennifer Pybus - Platform Monopolisation: Inside the Permissive Mobile Ecosystem Abstract This talk draws on AHRC funded research that has investigated how Facebook and Google have expanded their…

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Heritage-based tribalism in big data ecologies and the role of ‘experts’

Dr Chiara Bonacchi (University of Stirling) presents: Heritage-based tribalism in big data ecologies and the role of ‘experts’AbstractThis presentation discusses the ways in which…

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CAHSS RESEARCH NETWORKS AND THEMES (1)

CAHSS Research demo video - delete after May 2022

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CAHSS Recognition Awards 2022 - last year's nominees (part 2)

More nominees from the CAHSS Recognition Awards 2021 tell us how they felt about being nominated for an award.

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CAHSS Recognition Awards 2021 nominees

The nominees from last year's awards explain why it meant so much to them to be nominated.

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From the CNN Effect to the SNN Effect: How media influences governments’ decisions about the allocation of humanitarian aid

Dr Kate Wright - From the CNN Effect to the SNN Effect: How media influences governments’ decisions about the allocation of humanitarian aid Paper Abstract: Does media influence…

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Cruising, Curious & Casual? What user studies can tell us about the use of digital cultural heritage collections.

Claire Bailey-Ross (University of Portsmouth) explores recent user research relating to the UK’s Gallery, Library, Archive and Museum (GLAM) digital collections. Over the last 30 years, the…

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A Migrant’s Story: Designing Against Unconscious Bias in Digitised Historical Archives

Adam Crymble (UCL) presents 'A Migrant’s Story: Designing Against Unconscious Bias in Digitised Historical Archives.'Who do we digitize for? Who did we forget? The age of mass…

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CDCS Annual Lecture 2021

First broadcast on 13 December, 2021Our second CDCS Annual Lecture 'Data as Power: The Next 100 Generations of Indigenous Data Sovereignty' was given by Professor Keolu Fox (University of…

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Data Citizens and the Right to Data

Prof Jennifer Gabrys (University of Cambridge) presents her work on citizen sensing and the data rights issues it raises. Environmental sensors are meant to activate particular forms of data-oriented…

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Using Climate Data in Financial Decision Making

Matthew Brander and Atreya Dey (both University of Edinburgh) present two papers discussing the use of climate data in financial decision making.First Broadcast on 27 October, 2021Chaired by Dr…

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Postgraduate Virtual Open Day for 2022 entry - an Introduction to the MSc in The Globalised Muslim World

Join Professor Frédéric Volpi for a virtual introduction to the MSc in The Globalised Muslim World at the University of Edinburgh. This short video is for students hoping to start our…

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Analysing Climate Change Narratives, Past and Present

Amy Coombs, Robert Suits (both University of Chicago), and Jo Guldi (Southern Methodist University) give three presentations interrogating sociocultural narratives around climate change, from…

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Computation at the Service of Social Sciences

First broadcast on Tuesday 28th September, 2021. This talk will discuss ways in which digital data and advanced computational methods can be used not to master social research but to serve it.…

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Your Computer is On Fire: A Discussion with Authors Mar Hicks and Kavita Philip

First broadcast on Wednesday 22 September, 2021.This event was hosted by the Centre for Data, Culture & Society’s Digital Social Science research cluster.'Your Computer Is on…

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