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Category Archives: Research
Call for Presentations FanLIS 2022 is a one day CityLIS symposium to explore the intersection between fandom, fan studies, and library and information science. May 19th 2022, online event (possibly hybrid, hosted at City, University of London). Fan studies has … Continue reading
This text was originally posted by David Bawden on his blog https://theoccasionalinformationist.com/2021/10/09/documentation-and-the-museum-object/ — A rather sad post for the first one after a break. CityLIS PhD student Christopher Serbutt sadly died last year, after a long period of ill-health, so … Continue reading
*** We are delighted that Rachel Cummings has returned to CityLIS as a research student. In this post, Rachel shares some initial thoughts on her research interests, as she begins her journey as a full-time PhD student. Rachel will be … Continue reading
This post was originally published on Joseph Dunne-Howrie’s blog. *** This conference was organised by the Digital Research Humanities Association and looked at the impact new (and not so new) technologies are having on the ways art is produced and received by … Continue reading
This is the full version of the paper Joseph Dunne-Howrie gave at the DocPerform 3: Postdigital Symposium on May 16th 2019 *** I recently gave a paper where I criticized those immersive performances that denude participants of their critical agency … Continue reading