Digital Reason. A Guide to Meaning, Medium and Community in a Modern World
- Introductory and user-friendly textbook for scholars and students in the humanities
- Multidisciplinary approach to digital culture
- Cross-fertilization of three major perspectives: history of ideas, art, identity and memory studies
- Includes a wide selection of examples and case studies with many suggestions for advanced study and reading
Continuer la lecture de Parution : DIGITAL REASON
Professeure titulaire, département de communication sociale et publique, Université du Québec à Montréal
Domaines de recherche : Réception en contexte connecté, transformation des pratiques spectatorielles en contexte connecté, attachement des adolescents et des jeunes adultes aux séries et aux YouTubers, usages des récits de fiction, témoignages en ligne, méthodes de recherche qualitative.
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“Murder, She Tweeted: Crime Narratives and the Digital Age”
University of Tampere, Finland, August 23-24, 2018
Keynote speakers: Andrew Pepper (Queen’s University Belfast) & Fiona Peters (Bath Spa University)
First Call for Papers
The advent of new technologies and digital media have transformed society and influenced cultural narratives. The changes brought about by technological innovations, digitalisation, and globalisation have affected not only the subject matter and themes of contemporary crime narratives but also the production, distribution, and consumption of crime fiction on the global market, as well as the analytical tools, techniques, research methods, and theories available to scholars. These changes are readily visible in detectives’ digital investigations or in how criminals employ digital technology in committing cybercrimes such as online stalking or theft. Moreover, the potential of digitalisation in modifying crime narratives nowadays ranges from podcasts such as “Serial” to Sherlock Holmes fan fiction to transmedia narration in “Sherlock” and the Twitter adaptation of Agatha Christie’s The Body in the Library.
We invite proposals for paper presentations on crime narratives and the digital age from different language and cultural spheres. The Continuer la lecture de Appel : Polar et numérique