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Looking forward to quantum computing?

Guzzetta, Giorgio (12 mars 2014)

I recently read about the death of Emilio Del Giudice, one of the people that started and inspired New Humanities, a very exciting initiative taking place in one of the oldest cities in the world. Unfortunately I never met Del Giudice but I went to one of the New Humanities meeting which was very ...

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Hacking the moocs?

Guzzetta, Giorgio (21 mars 2014)

[From my former blog, Amnesia Creativa, a post on digital pedagogy and the MOOC hype.] Once upon a time and a very good time it was there was a MOOC coming down through the wires and this MOOC that was coming down through the wires met a vicious digital native named baby linux... I am sure one of ...

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Digital utopias: cosmopolitan vs ethnocentric vs glocal vs global...

Guzzetta, Giorgio (9 juil. 2014)

There has been a lot of discussion about the "dream" (the modern word for what once was called utopia? ) of multiculturalism in several venues, on and offline, and the recent billet by Martin Grandjean rekindle it recently. This is indeed a thorny issues and, unfortunately, not something that you ...

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Old Media in New Media

Guzzetta, Giorgio (15 févr. 2014)

“OLD MEDIA” IN “NEW MEDIA” ERA – ABOUT ADJUSTMENT STRATEGIES OF TRADITIONAL MEDIA TO NEW MEDIA REALITY Institute of Journalism and Social Communication, University of Warmia and Mazury, Olsztyn, Poland, 2-3.06.2014 Despite the creation and appearance of new forms of media, the so-called ...

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Are Digital Literary Studies even possible?

Guzzetta, Giorgio (3 avr. 2014)

The unabridged slides of my presentation at University College Cork (2 april 2014) - those that I did used and those I did not used.

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Flipping and blending

Guzzetta, Giorgio (26 mars 2014)

[Originally published in Creative Amnesia May 12, 2013 @ 20:08] This is the prezi of the presentation I gave (in collaboration with James O'Sullivan)  at the ninth ICT in Education Conference hosted on the Thurles Campus of Limerick Institute of Technology on Saturday 11th of May 2013. I decided ...

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MLA Call for Papers in Digital Humanities

Guzzetta, Giorgio (1 mars 2014)

MLA 2014 will host a number of panels that can be interesting for Digital Humanists. Here is a list of the ones I found while browsing their website. I have ordered them chronologically, using the deadlines. Apart from a few cases in which the deadline has passed already, they are still open. If you ...

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Books are Falling Apart

Guzzetta, Giorgio (31 janv. 2014)

We speak all the time about the future of the book, but this is not the real issue. The real issue is how we will read in the future, how computing and the digital (and new media in general) have changed our reading habits. The book is just one support among many others that we used for reading, and ...

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Interstitial Italy: Reassessing Global Questions through the 'Peculiar' Italian Case (an Interim SIS conference)

Guzzetta, Giorgio (11 févr. 2014)

The conference will take place at the British School in Rome on 27-28 March 2014. For inquiries, please contact F.Camilletti@warwick.ac.uk and J.E.Burns@warwick.ac.uk Organised by the UK Society of Italian Studies Day 1 – 27 March Morning (9:00-12:30) CC BY-ND 2.0 I. Parenthood: Legacies and ...

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Macroanalysis, by Matthew Jockers (Review)

Guzzetta, Giorgio (1 févr. 2014)

This review has been originally published in Digital Studies/Le Champ Numérique Jockers, Matthew L. 2013. Macroanalysis: Digital Methods and Literary History. University of Illinois Press. Kindle Edition Jockers' Macroanalysis is an inspiring book that gives a well-rounded description of digital ...

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