Digital Methods Winter School Program

2025 - To be held 13-17 January 2025
Digital research methods and the investigative turn
The use and misuse of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT)
Social media data critique
Bias in content recommendation and moderation
Post-API research? On the contemporary study of social media data
Post-truth Empiricism: On the New epistemologies and Research Affordances of Social Media
The Social Lives of Digital Methods: Encounters, Experiments, Interventions
2017 Data Infrastructures: Database Stories, Dumps and Query Driven Narratives
2016 Otherwise Engaged. Critical Analytics and the New Meanings of Engagement Online
2015 Show Me Your Dashboard: New Media Monitoring and Data Analytics as Critical Practice
2014 My Sentiments Exactly: On Methods of Early Warning, Detection and Monitoring through Online and Social Media
2013 Data Sprint: The New Logistics of Short-form Method
2012 Interfaces for the Cloud: Curating the Data
2011 Wikileaks as Source for 'Scientific Journalism'?
2010 Does Internet Censorship Kill Content?
2009 Digital Methods Winter School

The Digital Methods Winter School is a one-week data sprint on a contemporary theme related to new media and digital methods in particular. It provides the opportunity for PhD candidates, advanced MA students and motivated scholars to work on a project together with the Amsterdam group of DMI researchers and/or international participants, occasionally drawn from previous Digital Methods Summer and Winter Schools.

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Topic revision: r35 - 05 Mar 2024, RichardRogers
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