CCC Newsletter – University of Copenhagen

CCC Newsletter - March 2014

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Jack Copeland: world-famous visiting professor

The Royal School of Library and Information Science and CCC is proud to welcome Jack Copeland as visiting professor from October 2014 to February 2015. Copeland is widely recognised for his work on computer science pioneer Alan Turing, and he is one of the absolutely leading researchers when it comes to the nexus between computer science and philosophy – and in a wider sense, the nexus between IT and the humanities. Read more 

Welcome to Diane H. Sonnenwald and Morten Hertzum

CCC is pleased to welcome Diane H. Sonnenwald and Morten Hertzum, new professors at the Royal School of Library and Information Science. They join us from the University College Dublin and Roskilde University, respectively. Read more: Morten Hertzum / Diane H. Sonnenwald 

Upcoming public lectures

CCC is delighted to invite you to two public lectures in March. The lectures are open and free.

The Web Environment and Alternative Democratic Participation

Talk by Professor Peter Dahlgren, Lund University: As political life centered on established parties becomes more frustrating and disengaging for many citizens, participation in alternative politics has been growing. Read more 

Time: 13 March 2014, 9:30-11:00
Place: UCPH, South Campus, room 15A.0.13

Collaborative Media Interventions. Design, Production, Consumption and the Role of the Collaborative Media Researcher

Talk by Professor Bo Reimer, Malmö University: In today’s media landscape, more and more people not only consume but also produce media, and currently, a heated debate is going on concerning the meaning of this development. Read more 

Time: 31 March 2014, 13:00-15:00
Place: UCPH, South Campus, room 27.1.47

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