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Announcing the launch of Photomediations: An Open Book

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PHOTOMEDIATIONS: AN OPEN BOOK Trailer: We are pleased to announce the launch of Photomediations: An Open Book. The project redesigns a coffee-table book as an online experience to produce a creative resource that explores the dynamic relationship between photography and other media. Photomediations: An Open Book uses open (libre) content, drawn from various…

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Radical Methodologies for the Posthumanities

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The Centre for Disruptive Media presents Disrupting the Humanities A series of 3 half-day seminars looking at research and scholarship in a ‘posthumanities’ context, organised by the Centre for Disruptive Media at Coventry University. Disrupting the Humanities will both critically engage with the humanist legacy of the humanities, and creatively explore alternative and affirmative possible…

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Kathleen Fitzpatrick appointed Visiting Professor in Media

The Centre for Disruptive Media is pleased to announce that Kathleen Fitzpatrick has been appointed Visiting Professor in Media. Kathleen Fitzpatrick is Director of Scholarly Communication at the Modern Language Association and Visiting Research Professor of English at New York University. She is the author of Planned Obsolescence: Publishing, Technology, and the Future of the…

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Video Open Education: Condition Critical Now Online

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To coincide with the publication of Open Education: A Study in Disruption, we organised a panel discussion on Open Education: Condition Critical, last October. The video recording of this panel is now online, and you can find it on our YouTube channel or embedded underneath. The video includes presentations by Sean Dockray, Pauline van Mourik…

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Knowledge Machines: Conference Report and Video Recordings now available


On the 27th of September of this year, the Centre for Disruptive Media teamed up with Kent’s TEEME programme to host Knowledge Machines: The Potential of the Digital. A Symposium on Alternative Practices for Humanities Research, at the University of Kent. A conference report is now available which you can find underneath. The video recordings…

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