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  • Digital Studies Ireland | Official Partner of the International Digital Studies Network
    guest speakers announced for spring summer 2015 Leave a reply The Digital Studies Seminar Series in association with GradCAM DIT is delighted to announce two special guest speakers for the spring summer semester of 2015 Firstly on the 29th of April we are delighted to host Dr Gerald Moore Durham University who will give his paper entitled The Pharmacology of Addiction Secondly on the 20th of May we have the great honour of hosting the esteemed founder of the Digital Studies Network Bernard Stiegler via teleconference who will give a paper on his current research concerning Negentropy and Aesthetics Both seminars will take place in Rathdown House on the new DIT campus at Grangegorman This entry was posted in Uncategorized on 28 04 2015 by DSI Admin Schedule of Speakers for 2015 term Jan July Leave a reply The Digital Studies Seminar Series for the 2015 term Jan July will consist of a series of papers presented by the attendees of the seminar as well as some specially invited guests You can view a spreadsheet of the schedule of speakers and the title topic of their paper by clicking here This entry was posted in Uncategorized on 20 02 2015 by DSI Admin Two final seminar dates confirmed for 2014 Leave a reply The last two seminars for the 2014 calendar have been announced Both seminars will take place in DIT s teleconferencing suite on the new campus at Grangegorman The seminar will include the participation of Durham University lead by Dr Gerald Moore The dates are as follows Wednesday 19 November 2014 Supplementary Reading DOING AND SAYING STUPID THINGS IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY bêtise and animality in deleuze and derrida Wednesday 10 December 2014 Supplementary Reading The first chapter of Art Futures The Age of De proletarianisation Art and

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  • Call for Digital Studies | Digital Studies Ireland
    regard to their effects on cerebral organization As Walter Ong spoke of the literal mind a conception of the mind which constitutes a counterpart of graphical reason and intellectual technologies according to the conception of Jack Goody Maryanne Wolf interrogates the conditions of the passage from the reading brain to the digital brain Such a question can only be posed because the psychological and cerebral becoming is irreducibly linked to the becoming of the traceological and technical becoming not only biological The process of ongoing digitization therefore raises radical questions concerning the future of the human cerebral organization as well as the future of sciences that evolve structurally and noetically at heart of their intellectual vocation in function to this techno traceological becoming that is to say organological in the sense where in musicology the organology studies the becoming of the instruments which are not evidently simple means for the musicians One could also say that an organology of reason that is to say the knowledge savoir constituted according to the canons of rationalities is about the place taken by the analysis of data visualization and simulation in the sciences developed in the age of digital reason and not only the graphical reason of Goody Therefore essential to all the disciplines in all their dimensions is the question of what status is to be given to technics in the human becoming and in the becoming of knowledge by which the human knows something about himself and which by virtue of not being himself is his condition the question imposed by digitization such as that of the passage from a literal brain to a digital brain is posed well before that of digitization itself as if it is due to the radical experience of the traceological upheaval provoked by digitization that these questions that now appear to us become unavoidable This is why digital studies should not be limited to the study of digital technologies their general object would be the study of technics and intellectual technologies in general from the angle of their effects on all knowledge in general In this sense rather than digital studies it would be without a doubt better to talk of knowledge studies studies in plural form denoting a specific relation regarding epistemology which other than studying scientific knowledge savoir and understanding connaissance is conceived from the outset as a discourse unified by a pure logos of all technicity Hence knowledge studies would propose in principle and as their common position that the study of knowledge is not soluble to that of cognition as all knowledge and understanding supposes at the same time being able to transmit and transform a technical artifactuality is essential to what Georges Canguilhem described as the form of technical life In technical life the conditions of vital subsistence as well as the social existence of the individual are constituted essentially by their artifacts that shift and complicate significantly the questions posed by the term cognition in the sense that the

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  • Forum: Digital Studies Forum | Digital Studies Ireland
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  • Contact | Digital Studies Ireland
    are marked Comment Name Email Website CAPTCHA Code Search for Simple Calendar February 2016 Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Recent Posts Dates announced for Semester 1 2015 16 Dates announced for Semester 1 2015 16 Two guest speakers announced

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  • Dates announced for Semester 1, 2015/16 | Digital Studies Ireland
    March 2016 Wed 13 April 2016 Wed 27 April 2016 Wed 11 May 2016 Wed 25 May 2016 Wed 8 June 2016 Wed 22 June 2016 Wed 6 July 2016 It is anticipated that the first four sessions of the seminar series 3 Feb 16 Mar will continue to centre around a close reading of Bernard Stiegler s recently translated aesthetic volume entitled Symbolic Misery Vol 2 The kastrophe of the Sensible Polity 2015 Following the reconvening after the Easter holidays the seminars will focus again on individual paper presentations The speakers invited to present will be selected from Digital Studies international network A list of the people involved in the international network can be found here This entry was posted in Uncategorized on 25 01 2016 by DSI Admin Post navigation Dates announced for Semester 1 2015 16 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website CAPTCHA Code Search for Simple Calendar February 2016 Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

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  • Uncategorized | Digital Studies Ireland
    Two guest speakers announced for spring summer 2015 Leave a reply The Digital Studies Seminar Series in association with GradCAM DIT is delighted to announce two special guest speakers for the spring summer semester of 2015 Firstly on the 29th of April we are delighted to host Dr Gerald Moore Durham University who will give his paper entitled The Pharmacology of Addiction Secondly on the 20th of May we have the great honour of hosting the esteemed founder of the Digital Studies Network Bernard Stiegler via teleconference who will give a paper on his current research concerning Negentropy and Aesthetics Both seminars will take place in Rathdown House on the new DIT campus at Grangegorman This entry was posted in Uncategorized on 28 04 2015 by DSI Admin Schedule of Speakers for 2015 term Jan July Leave a reply The Digital Studies Seminar Series for the 2015 term Jan July will consist of a series of papers presented by the attendees of the seminar as well as some specially invited guests You can view a spreadsheet of the schedule of speakers and the title topic of their paper by clicking here This entry was posted in Uncategorized on 20 02 2015 by DSI Admin Two final seminar dates confirmed for 2014 Leave a reply The last two seminars for the 2014 calendar have been announced Both seminars will take place in DIT s teleconferencing suite on the new campus at Grangegorman The seminar will include the participation of Durham University lead by Dr Gerald Moore The dates are as follows Wednesday 19 November 2014 Supplementary Reading DOING AND SAYING STUPID THINGS IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY bêtise and animality in deleuze and derrida Wednesday 10 December 2014 Supplementary Reading The first chapter of Art Futures The Age of De proletarianisation Art

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  • DSI_Admin | Digital Studies Ireland
    by DSI Admin Two guest speakers announced for spring summer 2015 Leave a reply The Digital Studies Seminar Series in association with GradCAM DIT is delighted to announce two special guest speakers for the spring summer semester of 2015 Firstly on the 29th of April we are delighted to host Dr Gerald Moore Durham University who will give his paper entitled The Pharmacology of Addiction Secondly on the 20th of May we have the great honour of hosting the esteemed founder of the Digital Studies Network Bernard Stiegler via teleconference who will give a paper on his current research concerning Negentropy and Aesthetics Both seminars will take place in Rathdown House on the new DIT campus at Grangegorman This entry was posted in Uncategorized on 28 04 2015 by DSI Admin Schedule of Speakers for 2015 term Jan July Leave a reply The Digital Studies Seminar Series for the 2015 term Jan July will consist of a series of papers presented by the attendees of the seminar as well as some specially invited guests You can view a spreadsheet of the schedule of speakers and the title topic of their paper by clicking here This entry was posted in Uncategorized on 20 02 2015 by DSI Admin Two final seminar dates confirmed for 2014 Leave a reply The last two seminars for the 2014 calendar have been announced Both seminars will take place in DIT s teleconferencing suite on the new campus at Grangegorman The seminar will include the participation of Durham University lead by Dr Gerald Moore The dates are as follows Wednesday 19 November 2014 Supplementary Reading DOING AND SAYING STUPID THINGS IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY bêtise and animality in deleuze and derrida Wednesday 10 December 2014 Supplementary Reading The first chapter of Art Futures The Age of

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  • Dates announced for Semester 1, 2015/16 | Digital Studies Ireland
    of Bernard Stiegler s recently translated aesthetic volume entitled Symbolic Misery Vol 2 The kastrophe of the Sensible Polity 2015 This entry was posted in Uncategorized on 25 01 2016 by DSI Admin Post navigation Two guest speakers announced for spring summer 2015 Dates announced for Semester 1 2015 16 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website

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