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An agenda for Digital Sociology

Originally published in Portuguese in CARRIGAN, M. “Sociologia Digital: Problemas e Propostas” In: ALVES, P. & NASCIMENTO, L. Novas fronteiras metodológicas nas Ciências Sociais. Salvador: EDUFBA, 2018. Only five years ago, Jessie Daniels observed that were “Digital Humanities but No Digital Sociology” (Daniels and Feagin 2011). Since then the situation […]

Social Imaginaries: The re-invention of social research

Social Imaginaries: The re-invention of social research Panel discussion and book launch of Digital Sociology by Noortje Marres   Date and Time: 9 May, 5-7pm Location: Central Saint Martins, Granary Building, Granary Square, London N1C 4AA Hosted by: – Innovation Insights Hub, University of the Arts London – Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies, […]

Call for Abstracts: Minconference on Digital Sociology

Mini-Conference on Digital Sociology Call for Abstracts Eastern Sociological Society 2017 Annual Meeting, Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Philadelphia, PA, February 23-26 The Eastern Sociological Society’s theme of “The End of the World as We Know It?,” references the rise of digital sociology in the following: “Technology is revolutionizing everyday life: powerful hand-held […]

Writing praxes beyond papers and books

A really fascinating reflection by Rob Kitchin on ten forms of academic writing beyond scholarly papers and books: fiction, blog posts, newspaper op eds, email correspondence, policy papers, policy consultation, a television documentary script, powerpoint slides, academic papers, and grant application. What makes this so interesting is that all of these were […]

CfP: Digital Health & Digital Capitalism

Plenary speakers announced: Nick Fox – Professor of Sociology, The University of Sheffield ‘The micropolitical economy of posthuman health’ Graham Scambler – Emeritus Professor of Sociology, University College London ‘Digital sociology or sociology of the digital? A case study on health.’ This is your last chance to also speak at the event  by […]

#DigitalSociology and the Future of the Discipline

I’m quite pleased with this little collection I curated for The Sociological Review: Sociological Imagination: Digital Sociology and the Future of the Discipline by Kate Orton-Johnson, Nick Prior and Karen Gregory Should Digital Technology Lead Us to Reconceptualise the Social? by Jessica Heal Sociology and Human-Computer Interaction: A Call to Arms for Greater Collaboration by Effie […]