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New Centre for Digital Inquiry Launched

We are delighted to launch the brand new Centre for Digital InquiryCentre for Digital Inquiry. The CDI is Warwick’s new hub for critical digital research. As a cross-faculty research centre, it unites researchers from the humanities, social sciences and sciences to think with and through our digital condition.

Tue 30 Jun 2020, 16:25

CDI Research Support Scheme 2021/22: Rolling call

The Centre for Digital Inquiry research support scheme aims to support digital research at Warwick. We are interested in projects and/or events that either engage with digital tools and methods in critical, reflexive, and creative ways, or that substantively engage with the digital and closely related topics (data, AI, platforms, networks, etc.). Note: The CDI is a research centre and is only able to support projects that contribute toward research.

This year, the scheme will remain open until the funds are spent. All supported projects must be concluded by July 10, 2022. Up to £2,000 is available per project. The application form is available here.

Thu 25 Nov 2021, 11:01

Introductory Social Media Analysis with R - A Twitter and Reddit comparison

Our public discourse is often mediated by social media. Both the personalities and the structure of the platforms shape our debates, to construct meaning and foster our shared selves. Finding means to collect, collate, and form narratives around these platforms is useful for scholars in the Arts and humanities.

In this workshop, we (a) look at tools for interacting with APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) to collect data, (b) explore some basic analysis and (c) consider critically what our tool and methods allow us to learn about these platforms and the debates within.

Tue 23 Nov 2021, 13:45 | Tags: Reddit, Social Media, Twitter

Introduction to QGIS: Creating a map for print and web

Do you want to learn a new skill? Have you ever thought of creating a basic map for a presentation or publication? What about creating an interactive web map for your own website or just to experiment how that will look in an internet browser? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this workshop is for you!

In this introductory course, we will give you an overview on how to use different cartographic techniques to effectively present outcomes of digital data exploration using QGIS software. We assume no prior knowledge of GIS (Geographic Information System) and will explain how to get data into the GIS as well as how to produce maps using data.

Wed 17 Nov 2021, 11:30 | Tags: GIS, Training, Map, Interactive web map, QGIS

Posthuman Eros

Join us for the ❤️ Summer of Love ❤️ grand finale, featuring Dominic Pettman (The New School) in conversation with Sarah Cefai (Goldsmiths). We will talk about economies and ecologies of desire vis-à-vis current political, technological and environmental challenges.

Fri 10 Sep 2021, 13:00

Sexy Algorithms & Postdigital Intimacies

In the next episode of the ❤️ Summer of Love ❤️ Adrienne Evans (University of Coventry) and Shuaishuai Wang (University of Amsterdam) explore postdigital cultures of intimacies and their interplay with algorithmic configurations of gender and sexuality. Join them and Carolina Bandinelli (University of Warwick) for the next episode of the Summer of Love.

July, 8th 16:00 17:30 BST

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Tue 29 Jun 2021, 10:12

The Dating Divide

In the next episode of the ❤️ Summer of Love❤️ Celeste Vaughan Curington (North Carolina State University) and Jennifer H. Lundquist (University of Massachusetts Amherst) will present their new book The Dating Divide: Race and Desire in the Era of Online Romance (University of California Press), in conversation with Shantel Gabrieal Buggs (Florida State University). Join them and Carolina Bandinelli (University of Warwick) to discuss the interplay of race, racism and desire in digital dating spaces.
 
June, 24th 16:00 17.30 BST
 

Thu 17 Jun 2021, 14:44

Love is a Smartphone

The ❤️ Summer of Love❤️ continues with Lik Sam Chan (Chinese University of Hong Kong) and Jamie Hakim (King's College London). Their research projects focus on dating apps and their relationships to different sexual scenes and identities. Join them and Carolina Bandinelli (University of Warwick) to further explore the political and cultural implications of digital intimacies.

June, 9th 15:00-16:30 BST

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Thu 03 Jun 2021, 13:02

A Matinée with robots (Summer of Love Series)

Kate Devlin (King's College London) and Belinda Middleweek (The University of Technology Sidney) have extensively researched the ways in which we interact with robots, and how this may affect the future of love, sex and care. Bring a cup of coffee to join them and Carolina Bandinelli (University of Warwick) in the next episode of the ❤️ Summer of Love ❤️ dialogues.

June, 3rd 10:00 - 11:30am BST

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Fri 28 May 2021, 18:07

A.I. Just Wanna Have Fun! (Summer of Love series)

Our ❤️ Summer of Love ❤️ goes on with Alfie Bown (Royal Holloway University) and Isabel Millar (University of Kent). Their research draws on psychoanalytic theories to understand our relationships with digital technologies, and their philosophical and political implications. Join them and Carolina Bandinelli (University of Warwick) to explore how we are subject and object of desire and enjoyment in the digital world.
May 27th, 16:00-17:30 BST
Tue 18 May 2021, 09:44

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