CO.LABORATIONS | Partnerships in Media and Culture


MCW and Sonic Acts RMeS Seminar: “What, of Art, Belongs to the Present?”

The Media and Culture Studies department MCW and cultural organization Sonic Acts join forces to organize a seminar series in February 2018. It is part of a longer running relationship, and an investigation of new kinds of collaboration, between Rick Dolphijn and Sonic Acts.   RMeS Seminar: “What, of Art, Belongs to the Present?”   When?

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MCW students presenting work at Impakt Festival on 26 Oct 13:00 – 15:00

MAPPY and working with data: a collaboration with HistoryIT, Utrecht Data School and Impakt Festival On 26 October at 13:00 in Het Huis, students from the MA program New Media & Digital Culture (dep. Media and Culture Studies) will publicly present the preliminary results of their work. One set of teams present their quest to create engaging stories

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A Million Pictures: Magic Lantern Slide Heritage as Artefacts in the Common European History of Learning

The magic lantern was the most important visual entertainment and means of instruction across nineteenth‐century Europe. However, despite its pervasiveness across multiple scientific, educational and popular contexts, magic lantern slides remain under‐researched. Although many libraries and museums across Europe hold tens of thousands of lantern slides in their collections, a lack of standards for documentation

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Report event “Our Data, Our Bodies”, 9 June 2017

On 9 June 2017 Co.Laborations supported a public lecture organized by Karin van Es & Koen Leurs, about data and discrimination with Seeta Peña Gangadharan and Rathenau Institute. Below the report by Gerwin van Schie. On June 9, 2017, Dr. Karin van Es (Datafied Society Research Hub) and Dr. Koen Leurs (Doing Gender lecture series, Netherlands Research School

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