Perspectives on Social Media Technology

University of Southern Denmark, Campus Slagelse
Sdr. Stationsvej 28
4200 Slagelse
 
Speakers:
  • David M. Berry, University of Sussex, UK
  • Elisabetta Adami, University of Leeds, UK
  • Ilaria Moschini, University of Florence
  • Lisbeth Klastrup, IT University of Copenhagen
  • Theo van Leeuwen, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
  • Gunhild Kvåle, Agder University, Norway
  • Søren Vigild Poulsen, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
  • Christian Mosbæk Johannessen, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
Talks are 45 minutes total, i.e., 30 min of presentation, 10-15 min Q&A
The two last talks are 30 min total.
 
Program
9.30:  Arrival & coffee 
 9.45: Welcome by Søren Vigild Poulsen
 10.00: Elisabetta Adami: Whose Interest? Denaturalising Social Media Through a (Re)design-based Method: The Case of Facebook
 10.45: Break and coffee
11.00:   Lisbeth Klastrup: “Meming” Meaning: The Construction of Memetalk on Facebook and Instagram
 11.45: Lunch
 12.30: David M. Berry: Towards a Critique of Machine Learning: Critical Digital Humanities and Artificial Intelligence
 13.15:  Ilaria Moschini: “Let’s Make an App!” From User Generated Contents to User Generated ‘Containers’: An Extended Perspective
 14.00: Break and coffee
 14.15: Theo van Leeuwen: The Digital Resemiotization of Social Practices – Some Principles and Some Pathways for the Social Semiotic Study of Social Media
 15.00: Gunhild Kvåle: How Does Blog.no Want You to Look? A Social Semiotic Technology Analysis of the Multimodal Styles of a Blog Platform
 15.30: Søren Vigild Poulsen & Christian Mosbæk Johannessen: Digital Stuffness of Social Media Technology
 16.00: Recap
 18.00: Dinner in town