In recent years, we’ve seen the emergence of Digital Anthropology, Digital Geography and Digital Sociology as distinctive subdisciplines. However there has been relatively little dialogue between them, least of all with regards to common challenges they respond to and common concerns they share. We feel this absence matters for the subdisciplines themselves but also for their contribution to a restructuring of the social sciences as a whole.
In this video Rob Kitchin (Maynooth) discusses Digital Geography and why it matters:
In this video Haidy Geismar (UCL) discusses Digital Anthropology and why it matters:
In this video Roger Burrows (Newcastle) discusses Digital Sociology and why it matters:
Categories: Digital Sociology of Higher Education