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<nettime-ann> ECREA Digital Culture & Communication Workshop 1-3 November


ECREA Digital Culture & Communication (DCC) Section Workshop

1.-3. November 2007 @ University of Sussex
Supported by the Centre for Material Digital Culture, University of Sussex

All welcome to attend. Please register with Vanessa Sammut V.A.Sammut@sussex.ac.uk for full programme.

Charges: £35 to cover refreshments, coffee and reception. £10 for one day.


Thursday, 1st of November


Caroline Bassett, University of Sussex, UK
After Convergence?: What Connects?

Session 1: Methodologies (Chair/discussant Irmi Karl, University of Brighton, UK)

16:30-18:30	Maren Hartmann, University of the Arts Berlin, Germany
	Ethnographies as dangerous tools

Adolfo Estalella, Elisenda Ardèvol, Edgar Gómez, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain
Media as practice: Introducing symmetry in Internet ethnographies

Friday, 2nd of November

Session 2:		Sounds & Senses (Chair: Kate Lacey, University of Sussex, UK)

Frauke Behrendt, University of Sussex, UK
Mobile Sonic Experience: Methodological Concerns

	Holger Schulze, University of the Arts Berlin, Germany
Experiencing Medialised Senses: On the Tectonics of Media (Title TBC)

Session 3:		Policy Issues (Chair: Bridgette Wessels)
			Maria Sourbati, University of Brighton, UK
Europe's digital media policy discourses and the problem of the user

Session 4: Theoretical frameworks (Chair/discussant: David Berry, University of Wales Swansea, UK)

Panagiota Alevizou, LSE, UK
Collective intelligence and the cult of open production: critical reflections on theory and methodology

Bridgette Wessels, University of Sheffield, UK
On digital cultures as cultural forms: participation, narrative and infrastructures in achieving digital cultural engagement

Saturday 3rd of November

	Theorizing (digital) TV (Chair: Frauke Berendt)

Fonta Group, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
The theory of swarms in the models of organization of the audio-visual companies of digital television

Emma Hemmingway, Nottingham Trent University, UK
Actor Network Theory and Media: A new approach to theorising media practice

Panel: The Disappearance of the Digital Distinction?
	Panelists: Holger Schulze, Kate O'Riordan, University of Sussex, UK, TBA.


for further information on the programme please email
Hartmann Maren <hartmann@udk-berlin.de>
Bassett Caroline <C.Bassett@sussex.ac.uk>
O'Riordan Kate <K.S.O-Riordan@sussex.ac.uk>

Dr Kate O'Riordan
Department of Media and Film
University of Sussex

Tel: 00 44 (0) 1273 876730

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