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What is digital sociology? An audio interview with Noortje Marres

Mark Carrigan has posted an audio interview with Noortje Marres. The interview is titled ‘What is digital sociology?’. Noortje discusses various aspects of digital sociology in the interview. She discusses the various problems and dilemmas raised by digital analytics. She … Continue reading

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An interview with Thomas Kemple and Austin Harrington about Simmel

A little while ago I posted about the most recent Theory, Culture & Society annual review. It contained a really substantial special section on the work of Georg Simmel. In this interview on the TCS blog, Thomas Kemple and Austin … Continue reading

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An interview about digital data and the future of social research

The second interview I did with Mark Carrigan focused on questions around digital data and the future of social research. We focused on the importance of digital data, why I matters, how we can cope with it and what it … Continue reading

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An interview about this blog

Yesterday I did two interviews with Mark Carrigan, he’s now posted the audio files on his blog. The first interview was for his digital sociologist series. The discussion focused upon this blog, the practice of blogging and how it fits … Continue reading

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Jussi Parikka interviews Tony D. Sampson

Jussi Parikka has interviewed Tony D. Sampson for the Theory, Culture & Society Blog.

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An interview with Howard Becker

Figure/Ground have an interview with Howard Becker. He’s as lively and provocative as usual. Here’s a nice excerpt: I still think of myself as some kind of scientist, so the answer to that is that it’s an empirical question and … Continue reading

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Mark Carrigan interviews Les Back about his academic diary book

One of my favourite publications of recent years is Les Back’s Academic Diary. It’s an online open access book that contains lots of short pieces on various aspects of academic life. It contains some lively sociological insights into the practices, … Continue reading

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An interview with Brian Cogan

Figure/Ground, as part pf their ongoing series, have an interview with Brian Cogan. It covers a range of issues around academic work and closes with a discussion of his research. Below is his response to a question about media ecology: … Continue reading

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An interview with Ian Woodward on material culture

There is another interesting interview in the Figure/Ground series. This time it’s with Ian Woodward. It covers some interesting stuff on his background and writing, and it also focuses on his work on material culture. Here is an example of … Continue reading

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An interview on digital humanities with Miriam Posner

Figure/Ground have continued their series of interviews. This time the interview is with Miriam Posner who teaches on the Digital Humanities at UCLA. As with all of their interviews there is a focus on the individuals path into their academic … Continue reading

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