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CURB (Centre for Urban Research) 1st annual report

CURB, which is a centre for urban research at York, has just celebrated its first anniversary. The centre is directed by my colleagues Rowland Atkinson and Simon Parker. They have just published the first annual report. Here is a link … Continue reading

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Satsu annual review 2011-2012

I’m a member of the SATSU (the science and technology studies unit) here at York. The annual review for the unit has just been released covering the 2011-2012 academic year. The unit is also coming up to its 25th anniversary … Continue reading

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Podcasts from the ‘Co-Production of Knowledge’ event

Back in July I attended (and helped a little bit in organising) an event on the ‘Co-Production of Knowledge’. At the time I posted a short piece on here about some of the talks. The event looked to bring together … Continue reading

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Event on ‘Music & Meaning’

I’ve put together a small event on ‘Music & Meaning’. I’m going to be speaking with some of my colleagues. It’s on the 7th of November. Further information with a link to a leaflet is available here. Here is a … Continue reading

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New Schizomedia blog

David Hill, who is a colleague of mine at York, has just recently set up a blog called Schizomedia. David has previously worked on the ethics of new media forms. His work crosses between sociology and philosophy. He has been … Continue reading

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A film about sociology at York

Over the summer I’ve been working with a local film company to make a film about the sociology department here at York. The film is now on YouTube, here’s a link.

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The co-production of knowledge: an event on social media and science and technology studies

I’m just spending a couple of days at a conference on ‘The co-production of knowledge’. Which is really an event about social media from a science and technology studies (STS) perspective. It’s proving to be a lively debate, with particular … Continue reading

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