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Interview: Theorising Media & Conflict

philbu , March 14th, 2021


In an interview for the University of Vienna’s Uni:view Magazin, I am talking about the edited volume Theorising Media and Conflict (Berghahn Books, 2020), its purpose, conclusions and…


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Seminar: The Materiality and Visuality of Social Media

philbu , March 12th, 2021


This online course for the summer semester 2021 at the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology of the University of Vienna gives a critical overview about the material…


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Teaching Digital Anthropology Through Minecraft

emmalouisebackeanthro , February 11th, 2021


By David Davies Humans.Machines.Pandemic.Presence. Meeting online presents a challenge because we are synchronized in time, but not in place. While it might seem we are “together apart” like…


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MyKnet.org: Traces of digital decoloniality in an indigenous web-based environment

philbu , December 6th, 2020


This blog post is a shorter version of a paper presented at the Engaging with Web Archives (EWA20) conference in September 2020 (Book of Abstracts). Budka, P. (2020)….


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Interview: On COVID-19 & digital technologies in everyday life

philbu , September 25th, 2020


In May 2020, I was asked by the European Science-Media Hub of the European Parliament to participate in a short written interview about COVID-19 and digital technologies in…


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Panel “Digital Ethnography: Revisiting Theoretical Concepts & Methodological Approaches”

philbu , August 4th, 2020


Panel “Digital Ethnography: Revisiting Theoretical Concepts & Methodological Approaches” @ Vienna Anthropology Days 2020 (VANDA2020, Sept. 28 – Oct. 1), convened by Philipp Budk…


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“I’m All I Wanna Be” – Video Self Presentation in the Age of COVID-19

Emma Louise Backe , July 15th, 2020


By Steven Dashiell As COVID-19 makes videoconferencing more normative, one sociologist examines who much work goes into what we see, and don’t see, in the webcam image. The…


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Blog Post Series: Von der Cyberanthropologie zur Digitalen Anthropologie – Teil 4

philbu , June 5th, 2020


Diese Serie von Blogeinträgen beschreibt die Relevanz kultur- und sozialanthropologischer Zugänge in der Untersuchung digitaler Technik und Technologien, dargestellt anhand wissenschaftstheoretischer…


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Blog Post Series: Von der Cyberanthropologie zur Digitalen Anthropologie – Teil 4

philbu , May 22nd, 2020


Diese Serie von Blogeinträgen beschreibt die Relevanz kultur- und sozialanthropologischer Zugänge in der Untersuchung digitaler Technik und Technologien, dargestellt anhand wissenschaftstheoretischer…


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CfP: Digital Ethnography: Revisiting Theoretical Concepts and Methodological Approaches

philbu , May 6th, 2020


Call for Papers for Panel “Digital Ethnography: Revisiting Theoretical Concepts and Methodological Approaches” at Vienna Anthropology Days (VANDA), 28 Sept. – 1 Oct. 2020, Universit…


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Blog Post Series: Von der Cyberanthropologie zur Digitalen Anthropologie – Teil 3

philbu , April 29th, 2020


Diese Serie von Blogeinträgen beschreibt die Relevanz kultur- und sozialanthropologischer Zugänge in der Untersuchung digitaler Technik und Technologien, dargestellt anhand wissenschaftstheoretischer…


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THE ANTHROPOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO COVID-19 PROJECT

Rebecca_Irons , April 26th, 2020


Summaries of Responses From: Collecting COVID-19: A crowd-sourced digital ethnography of the COVID-19 Pandemic Question One: How do people find and share information online during a glo…


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Blog Post Series: Von der Cyberanthropologie zur Digitalen Anthropologie – Teil 2

philbu , April 21st, 2020


Diese Serie von Blogeinträgen beschreibt die Relevanz kultur- und sozialanthropologischer Zugänge in der Untersuchung digitaler Technik und Technologien, dargestellt anhand wissenschaftstheoretischer…


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Dear dendrites: Quarantine ethnography

Matt Thompson , April 16th, 2020


Here at Anthro{dendum}, we receive a light stream of correspondence by way of our contact form. Usually they are pitches for guest posts or questions following up on…


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Networked, Not Virtual: ethnography when you can’t go there

Samuel Gerald Collins , April 11th, 2020


(from our storymap) In my capacity as a fellow in our faculty research center, I’ve been doing a lot of support work for the unexpected shift to learning-at-a-distance. …


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Blog Post Series: Von der Cyberanthropologie zur Digitalen Anthropologie – Teil 2

philbu , April 10th, 2020


Diese Serie von Blogeinträgen beschreibt die Relevanz kultur- und sozialanthropologischer Zugänge in der Untersuchung digitaler Technik und Technologien, dargestellt anhand wissenschaftstheoretischer…


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Blog Post Series: Von der Cyberanthropologie zur Digitalen Anthropologie – Teil 1

philbu , April 3rd, 2020


In dieser Serie von Blogeinträgen werde ich in den kommenden Wochen die Relevanz kultur- und sozialanthropologischer Zugänge in der Untersuchung digitaler Technik und Technologien, dargestellt anhand…


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So You Want to “Do” Digital Ethnography

Emma Louise Backe , March 25th, 2020


By Devin Proctor  It’s a weird time, yes? Many of us (anthropologists) are teasing out the nuances between synchronous and asynchronous class meetings, dealing with the horror of…


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Digital and Online Ethnography – A Selection of Resources

philbu , March 19th, 2020


Below you find a selection of resources on digital and online ethnography – with a slight focus on anthropological research – compiled by Philipp Budka. To add and…


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Seminar: Digital Technologies as Material Culture 2020

philbu , March 4th, 2020


In this MA seminar at the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Vienna, we explore digital media technologies from an anthropological/ethnographic perspective in the context o…


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Ethnography and the Internet – what´s next?

Marek Tobota , December 11th, 2019


The Internet has been attracting researchers’ attention for long. As a relatively new territory, it presents a methodological challenge. For anthropologists as well. On the one hand, it…


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CfP: Engaged media anthropology in the digital age

philbu , December 4th, 2019


The EASA Media Anthropology Network is organizing an official network panel at the European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) 2020 conference in Lisbon (21-24 July). Find the call…


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Digital Anthropology and Facebook Governance

Alex Moltzau , November 26th, 2019


The Ocolus in New York City — Photo by @patresinger Everyday Mediations with Artificial Intelligence You may not be familiar with the field of Anthropology. It is a field of…


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Video Games, Mental Health, and the Complicated Nature of Playing

Branden Dyaus , November 19th, 2019


Young man plays Fortnite at a gaming competition CC BY-SA 4.0 He melted into the shadows, pressing the ‘E’ key on his keyboard, activating his stealth skill, allowing…


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