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Maria Puig de la Bellacasa has been awarded an AHRC leadership fellowship for her project “Ecological belongings: transforming soil cultures through science, art and activism".
The British journal of Sociology published a Special Issue on the Sociology of Testing edited by CIM Academics Noortje Marres and David Stark.
CIM academics have recently been successful in a number of exciting grant applications. As well as the diversity of topics and methodological approaches, the wide range of funders supporting the projects -- UKRI, AHRC, ESRC, NERC, and the Alan Turing Institute -- is another strong indicator of the interdisciplinarity of CIM’s research.
As the new academic year is about to start, it is difficult to ignore the anxious uncertainty looming over universities, staff and students.
Over 22–23 June, in collaboration with King’s College London Department of Digital Humanities and the Public Data Lab, the Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies convened a two-day online workshop
We are all now familiar with what 2 metres looks like, as we go for solitary walks in parks or stand in queues to shop for family and friends. We draw lines, we stand aside...
'A day of looking at AI through an interdisciplinary lens during the Alan Turing Institute funded event.'