25 Jun 2018

Professor Alexandra Georgakopoulou talks fake news and stories with Diggit Magazine

On a recent visit to Tilburg University in the Netherlands, Prof Alexandra Georgakopoulou spoke about her work on the Ego-Media project with Dr Philip Seargeant (Open University). This conversation, along with a series of shorter videos, have and are being collected, edited and published by Diggit Magazine. See the conversation between Prof

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Epilepsy Online: New Researcher Onboard

I am a psychology and neuroscience researcher, with particular expertise in Qualitative Methods and Health Service Research. My PhD focused on experiences of memory loss in older adulthood. I have previously worked on a large randomized-controlled trial of an educational intervention for people with epilepsy, and recently a project concerning

DiaryBox

  PARTICIPATE! We are exploring the relationship between online activity and diary keeping. Would you like to participate in this research by contributing to our DiaryBox? DiaryBox – How do you document your life online – and how do you feel about doing it? – How have digital and social

Moving Past Present: Digitally Reanimating the Gaiety Girls

Last month the KCL Anatomy museum played host to Moving Past Present, an experiment in digital biography created by artist Janina Lange. Knowing that the theme for the Arts and Humanities Research Institute’s 2016 festival was play, I had approached Janina with the idea of creating an event that would

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Public Roundtable: Voices and Ethics Part Three with Craig Howes

In the final paper from our Voices and Ethics panel, Professor Craig Howes (Centre for Biographical Research, University of Hawai’i) argues that digital technologies are bringing into being new biographical forms that demand critical attention – from Facebook ‘Year in Review’ slideshows to military drone operators’ ‘kill lists.’

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Public Roundtable: Voices and Ethics Part Two with Alfred Hornung

The second paper from our Voices and Ethics panel sees Alfred Hornung (Professor, Chair of American Studies, Department of English & Linguistics, Johannes Gutenberg University) reflecting on interdisciplinary collaboration in relation to his experiences working on the project Life Sciences, Life Writing: Boundary Experiences of Human Life between Biomedical Explanation

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