VKS Presentations

Akdag, Almila, Krzysztof Suchecki, and Cheng Gao. 2009. "Knowledge Space Lab – an introduction." 2009, October 9. Trippenhuis, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Workshop 'Modelling science – Understanding, forecasting, and communicating the science system', 2009, October 6-9.

Akdag Salah, Almila. 2010. "Digital Problems, Digital Solutions." Computational Turn. 9 March. Swansea University, Swansea, UK.

Akdag Salah, Almila. 2009. "DeviantArt as a case study to map the art world." 2010, December 24. SoSLab - Complex Systems Research Lab, Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey.

Akdag Salah, Almila. 2008. "Art History and Computer Art: Exploring arts-sciences-technology interrelations through Leonardo." April. Umea University, HUMLab, Umea, Sweden.

Akdag Salah, Almila. 2008. "Leonardo: A Bridge between arts, sciences and Technology." British Art Historians Conference. April. Tate Museum, London, UK.

Akdag Salah, Almila. 2007. "Technoscience Art: A Bridge Between Neuroesthetics and Art History?." From Neuroscience to Humanities. April. Bucknell, USA.

Akdag Salah, Almila and Zoe Borovsky. 2007. "Citation Networks: A New Humanities Tool?." Digital Humanities Conference. Urbana-Champaign, USA.

Akdag Salah, Almila. 2001. "Art as Alienation: A Semiotical Interpretation of Flacons." Young Art Historians Conference. Istanbul, Turkey.

Antonijevic, Smiljana , Stefan Dormans, and Sally Wyatt. 2010. "Affect it, digitize it, explore it: Affective labour and digital technologies in scholarly collaboration." June 4, 2010. University of Manchester. Affective Fabrics of Digital Cultures.

Antonijevic, Smiljana. 2010. "Virtual Fieldwork (invited lecture)." May 10, 2010. European University Florence . Online Methods Workshop.

Antonijevic, Smiljana and Joris van Zundert. 2010. "Cultures of Formalization." 2010, March 9. Swansea University, UK. Workshop 'The Computational Turn'.

Antonijevic, Smiljana and Anne Beaulieu. 2010. "Digitizing ‘Words of Power’: The E-research Perspective." 31 August-3 September. St Hugh's College, Oxford. 6th Annual CRESC Conference: The Social Life Of Methods.

Antonijevic, Smiljana and Laura Gurak. 2009. "Trust in online interaction." 2009, December 16. Florence, Italy. Cultural Heritage Online International Conference.

Antonijevic, Smiljana. 2008. "Communities of the Body: The role of nonverbal cues in communicating relational messages in the Second Life Virtual Environment ." October 2008. Copenhagen, Denmark. Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference.

Antonijevic, Smiljana . 2008. "A Microethnographic Analysis of Nonverbal Communication in the ‘Second Life’ Virtual Environment ." August, 2008. Ljubljana, Slovenia. The 10th Biennale Conference of the European Association of Social Anthropologists.

Antonijevic, Smiljana . 2008. "Getting in Touch, Virtually: A Comparative Analysis of Theoretical Approaches to Nonverbal Communication in Virtual Environments ." July, 2008. Oxford, UK. The sixth joint meeting of the British Society for the History of Science, the Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Science, and the History of Science Society.

Antonijevic, Smiljana . 2008. "Second Life, Second Body." European Communication Research and Education Association Conference. November 2008. Barcelona, Spain.

Antonijevic, Smiljana . 2007. "Second Life, Second Body: A Microethnographic Analysis of Nonverbal Communication in the ‘Second Life’ Virtual Environment ." October 2007. Vancouver, Canada. Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference.

Antonijevic, Smiljana . 2007. "Second Life, Second Body: A Microethnographic Analysis of Nonverbal Communication in the ‘Second Life’ Virtual Environment ." August, 2007. Copenhagen, Denmark. The International Committee for the History of Technology Symposium.

Antonijevic, Smiljana . 2006. "Rhetoric, Culture, and Avatars: A Microethnographic Analysis of Nonverbal Communication in 3D Virtual Environments ." New Media Research at UMN. May, 2006. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota .

Antonijevic, Smiljana. 2006. "From Nation to Virtual Community." International Communication Association Annual Conference. June, 2006. Dresden, Germany.

Antonijevic, Smiljana. 2006. "Link Literacy: How Blog Linking Practices Create Discourse and Community." Society for Text and Discourse Annual Meeting. July, 2006. Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Antonijevic, Smiljana. 2005. "Expressing Emotions Online: An Analysis of Visual Aspects of Emoticons." International Communication Association Annual Conference. May, 2005. New York, NY.

Antonijevic, Smiljana and Jessica Reyman. 2005. "Into the Blogosphere: Challenges and Rewards of Using Weblogs for Writing and Publishing." Writing Research in the Making. February, 2005. Santa Barbara, University of California.

Antonijevic, Smiljana . 2004. "Virtual Ethnography." New Research for New Media Symposium. October, 2004. Tarragona, Spain.

Antonijevic, Smiljana . 2000. "Sleepless in Belgrade." The First Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers. October, 2000. University of Kansas.

Antonijevic, Smiljana . 2000. "Sleepless in Belgrade." Virtual Society? Get Real!. May, 2000. Ashridge House, Hertfordshire, UK.

Beaulieu, Anne and Smiljana Antonijevic. 2010. "Alfalab is its users ." 2010, March 18. Rotterdam. ICTDelta 2010.

Beaulieu, Anne. 2010. "E-research as Intervention." 2010, April 28. School of Information and Library Science, University of Borås, Sweden. Seminar at the School on the work of the VKS.

Beaulieu, Anne. 2009. "Innovatie in de geesteswetenschappen: techniek of theorie?." 2009, April 21. Trippenhuis, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Panel intervention. 'De schatkamer van de geesteswetenschappen'.

Beaulieu, Anne. 2009. "The view from nowhere: digital visualizations of science and the God-trick." 2009, October 8. Trippenhuis, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Workshop 'Modelling science - Understanding, forecasting, and communicating the science system'.

Beaulieu, Anne and Adolfo Estalella. 2009. "Rethinking research ethics for mediated settings." 2009, June 26. Cologne, Germany. The 5th International Conference on e-Social Science, session 'Ethics and e-Research, 2010, June 24-26.

Beaulieu, Anne and Sarah de Rijcke. 2009. "Mediated ethnography and the study of networked images – or how to study 'networked realism' as visual knowing." 2009, September 15. Leeds, UK. First International Visual Methods Conference, 2010, September 15-17.

Beaulieu, Anne and Sally Wyatt. 2009. "Ethics of e-Research." 2009, June 24. Cologne, Germany. The 5th International Conference on e-Social Science, workshop ‘Imagining, Identifying, and Investigating e-Research: An Extended Exploration’, 2010, June 24-26.

Beaulieu, Anne. 2009. "Network Realism." 2009, February 18. Department of Philosophy, University of Groningen, the Netherlands. Workshop 'Visualising the Public Sphere: Ethics and Politics from YouTube to Google Earth'.

Beaulieu, Anne and Sarah de Rijcke. 2009. "Le terrain, le web et l'image: étude ethnographique du "savoir visuel"." 2009, December 2. Groupe de recherche sur l‘image en sociologie, Centre d‘etudes sur l'actuel et le quotidien, Université René Descartes, Sorbonne Paris V.

Beaulieu, Anne. 2009. "Bridging the gap between the Humanities and the Computational Sciences." 2009, June 4. Trippenhuis, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. KNAW Symposium.

Beaulieu, Anne. 2008. "Network Realism: Relations between Model and Image in Digital Infrastructures." 2008, January 31 - February 1. Institute of Sociology, Lucerne, Switzerland. Workshop, co-organised by Iconic Criticism, University of Basel and the research team of Dr M. Merz.

Beaulieu, Anne. 2008. "Rethinking co-presence in terms of space, mediation and contiguity." 2008, October 15. Copenhagen, Denmark. Pre-conference workshop ‘In The Game: Ethnographic Relationships, Mediation and Knowledge’. Conference ‘Internet Research 9.0: Rethinking Communities, Rethinking Place’.

Beaulieu, Anne. 2007. "Taking Time: Ethnographies, Networks and Knowledge." 2007, October 12. Montreal, Canada. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Social Study of Science, session ‘Network Ethnography’, 2007, October 10-13.

Beaulieu, Anne. 2007. "Applying classical methods to internet research: FAQs about ethnography on the internet." 2007, December 8. Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Vienna, Austria. PhD Colloquium Series.

Beaulieu, Anne. 2007. "A Proposal for Mediating Ethnography: co-presence." 2007, May 10. Interdisciplinary Internet Institute (IN3), Open University of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain. Humanities and GIRCOM.

Beaulieu, Anne and Johannes von Engelhardt. 2007. "Sisterhood, EU Funding and Networked Research: a virtual ethnography of the making of the Athena Thematic Network in Women's Studies." 2007, May 9. Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (IN3), Open University of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain. Public lecture.

Beaulieu, Anne and Johannes von Engelhardt. 2007. "Sisterhood, EU Funding and Networked Research: a virtual ethnography of the making of the ATHENA Thematic Network in Women’s Studies." 2007, May 9-11. Open University of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain. Qualitative Methods for Internet Research: Mediating Ethnography.

Beaulieu, Anne. 2006. "Lab studies and e-science: A challenge to existing practices and traditions in STS?." 2006, November 2. Vancouver, Canada. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Social Study of Science, 2006, November 1-5.

Beaulieu, Anne. 2006. "Session 'Field studies of technology and knowledge creation'." 2006, May 30 - June 2. York University Toronto, Canada. Annual Meetings at the Congress for the Humanities and Social Sciences/Rencontres annuelles dans le cadre du Congrès des sciences humaines, Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association.

Benavides, Jakeline and Charles van den Heuvel. 2008. "The function and accuracy of old Dutch urban designs and maps. A computer assisted analysis of the extension of Leiden (1611)." 2008, June 26. University of Oulu, Finland. Digital Humanities 2008 Conference, June 24-29.

Benavides, Jakeline and Charles van den Heuvel. 2008. "Digital Humanities 2008 Conference." June 24-29. 55-56.

Bras, Hilde, Jan Kok, and Kees Mandemakers. 2008. "Sibling Structure and Status Attainment Across Contexts: Evidence from the Dutch Past." 2008, October 25. Miami, FL, USA. 33d annual meeting of Social Science History Association.

de Jong, Franciska. 2009. "NLP and the humanities: old and new liaisons in the era of e-research." 2009, October 15. Trento, Italy. CIMEC.

de Jong, Franciska. 2010. "There is no data like metadata; towards the metadata mining." 2010, February 25. New Delhi, India. Third International Conference on Digital Libraries (ICDL 2010), theme ‘Shaping the Information Paradigm’.

de Jong, Franciska. 2009. "e-Science in the humanities and social sciences." 2009, November 4. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. VL-e event.

de Jong, Franciska. 2009. "NLP and the Humanities: the Revival of an Old Liasion." 2009, April 2. Athens, Greece. EACL.

de Jong, Franciska. 2009. "Chair panel session at plenary." 2009, November 13. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. CATCH event.

de Rijcke, Sarah and Anne Beaulieu. 2010. "Networked Knowledge and Epistemic Authority in the Development of Virtual Museums: Who is Entitled to Know? ." 31 August-3 September. St Hugh's College, Oxford. 6th Annual CRESC Conference: The Social Life Of Methods.

de Rijcke, Sarah. 2009. "Databasing the Arts. The Enactment of Art Objects in Networked Infrastructures." 2009, November 13. Birbeck, University of London, UK. Computers and the History of Art (CHArt), ‘Object and Identity in a Digital Age’, 2010, November 12-13.

de Rijcke, Sarah and Anne Beaulieu. 2009. "Netwerk Realisme. Kennisproductie rond beelden in digitale infrastructuren." 2009, October 6. Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

de Rijcke, Sarah and Anne Beaulieu. 2009. "Network Realism. Making Knowledge from Images in Digital Infrastructure." 2009, October 31. Hyatt Regency Crystal City, Washington, DC, USA. The Society for Social Studies of Science 2009 Annual Meeting, 2009, October 28-31.

de Rijcke, Sarah, Anne Beaulieu, and Bas van Heur. 2009. "New sites of knowledge production: examining expertise in heterogeneous networks." 2009, November 27. Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Science, Trippenhuis, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Participating in a mediated world. Conference organized by the Platform for Communication, Media and Information.

de Rijcke, Sarah and Anne Beaulieu. 2009. "Netwerk Realisme. Kennisproductie rond beelden in digitale infrastructuren." 2009, April 16. Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Derksen, Maarten and Anne Beaulieu. 2009. "Social Technology." 2009, October 2. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Workshop 'Social Technology'.

Dormans, Stefan. 2009. "Collaboratories in social sciences and humanities." 2009, June 24. Cologne, Germany. The 5th International Conference on e-Social Science, workshop 'Imagining, Identifying, and Investigating e-Research: An Extended Exploration'.

Dormans, Stefan. 2009. "Uncovering collaboratories in social and economic history." June 25. Cologne, Germany.

Dormans, Stefan. 2009. "Studying Sideways on the Sidewalk ." 2010, April 8. Maastricht, the Netherlands. Digitising Lives - of People, Places, Facts and Things.

Dormans, Stefan. 2009. "Historical Life Courses Collaboratory." November 11. Long Beach, CA, USA. Historical Longitudinal Databases.

Dormans, Stefan. 2009. "Exploring the new possibilities of the Historical Life Courses Collaboratory." 2009, November 11. Long Beach, CA, USA. Pre-conference workshop on Historical Longitudinal Databases.

Dormans, Stefan. 2009. "An introduction to the new version of the Historical Life Courses Collaboratory." Pre-conference workshop Historical Longitudinal Databases. November 11. Long Beach, Ca, USA.

Dormans, Stefan. 2008. "Socio-technological aspects of collaboratory projects in social and economic history." 2008, August 23. Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Joint meeting of the Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S) and the European Association for the Study of Science and Technology (EASST), session 'Acting With Social Sciences and Humanities' .

Dormans, Stefan and Jan Kok. 2008. "Socio-technological aspects of collaboratories in the social sciences." 2008, September 12. Oxford, UK. Panel session at Oxford e-Research Conference 2008.

Dormans, Stefan. 2008. "Legal implications of data sharing." Workshop 'New Ways in Strike Research'. 2008, September 18. Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Fear, Jana, Eileen Green, Frances Griffiths, Roma Harris, Flis Henwood, and Sally Wyatt. 2007. "The internet and health care: Patient and physician perspectives on its use in a health care consultation." 2007, October 20-22. Vancouver, Canada. North American Primary Care Research Group.

Fry, Jenny, Charles van den Heuvel, and Andrea Scharnhorst. 2007. "Crossing boundaries in e-research." 2007, October 11. Montreal, Canada. Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science, 2007, October 10-13.

Hellsten, Iina. 2007. "Bird Flu as a Public Hype: Networks of Communication on the Web." 2007, June 29. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. New Network Theory Conference.

Hellsten, Iina. 2007. "Mapping science communication." 2007, November 5-6. London School of Economics, Royal Society, London, UK. Expert meeting on International Indicators for Science and the Public.

Hellsten, Iina. 2007. "Communicatietheorie en Internet design." 2007, November 29. Free University Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Hellsten, Iina and Rudy Prabowo. 2007. "Networks of communication on the Web: The bird flu hype on the Web." 2007, May 4. Corfu, Greece. International Sunbelt XXVII Social Network Conference.

Hellsten, Iina, Renaud Lambiotte, Andrea Scharnhorst, Marcel Ausloos, Daniel Torres-Salinas, and Henk Moed. 2007. "Self-citations networks as traces of scientific careers." 2007, June 26. Madrid, Spain. 11th International Conference of the International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics, CSIC.

Hellsten, Iina. 2006. "Media & Science: Coupled Communication Networks?." 2006, July 5. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. CREEN meeting.

Hellsten, Iina. 2006. "Metaphors and Science Hypes." 2006, June 15. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. SLSA (Society for Literature, Science and Arts) conference, 2006, June 13-16.

Hellsten, Iina. 2006. "Scientific and public communication networks: The case of bird flu." 2006, January 15. Wolverhampton, UK. CREEN meeting.

Hellsten, Iina and Loet Leydesdorff. 2006. "Metaphors and diaphors in stem cell debates." 2006, March 12. Nottingham, UK. ESF exploratory workshop on Stem cell Cultures.

Hellsten, Iina and Rudy Prabowo. 2006. "Circulation of topics on the Web: The Bird Flu Hype." 2006, September 28-30. Brisbane, Australia. AoIR conference.

Ho?yst, Janusz and Andrea Scharnhorst. 2007. "Introduction." 2007, January 17. Foundation Universitaire, Brussels, Belgium. Critical events in evolving networks.

Ho?yst, Janusz and Andrea Scharnhorst. 2006. "Critical events in evolving networks - an introduction." 2006, July. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. CREEN meeting.

Jankowski, Nicholas. 2009. "The contours and challenges of e-research ." 2009, June 24. Cologne, Germany. The 5th International Conference on e-Social Science, workshop 'Imagining, Identifying, and Investigating e-Research: An Extended Exploration’, 2009, June 24-26.

Jankowski, Nicholas. 2007. "Internet studies and e-science: New tools and concepts for research." 2007, October 18. Vancouver, Canada. Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR), 2007, October 18-20.

Jankowski, Nicholas. 2007. "From Internet Research to e-Science & Back Again: Clarifying Concepts, Illustrating Differences, Considering Integration." 2007, October 3. Goldsmiths, University of London, UK.

Jankowski, Nicholas. 2007. "Internet Research & e-Science: Comparing and Contrasting." 2007, December 1. Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Jankowski, Nicholas. 2007. "Media Studies: Potential Testing Ground for e-Research Initiatives." 2007, December 10-12. London, UK. ESF Interdisciplinary Workshop on Bridging Methodology Gaps.

Jankowski, Nicholas. 2007. "The Context & Claims of e-Science." 2007, June 22-23. Milan, Italy. Conference ESF COST A30 Action.

Kjellberg, Sara. 2009. "Being a Blogging Researcher." 2009, April 8. Maastricht, the Netherlands. Digitising Lives - of People, Places, Facts and Things.

Kok, Jan. 2010. "New advances towards a unified theory of the First Demographic Transition." 2010, March 13. Karl- Franzens University, Graz, Austria. GAPF-MPIDR Workshop 'Central Europe Population History during 1st Demographic Transition'.

Kok, Jan and Kees Mandemakers. 2010. "Alone, together, or near. Co-residence and proximity of kin in the Dutch countryside, 1850-1940." 2010, April 16. Ghent, Belgium. European Social Science History Conference.

Kok, Jan. 2009. "Digital Collective Biographies: Gains and Losses." 2009, April 8. Maastricht, the Netherlands. Digitising Lives - of People, Places, Facts and Things.

Kok, Jan. 2009. "Family systems and the demographic diversity of Europe." 2009, May 20. Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium.

Kok, Jan. 2009. "Uitgebreide huishoudens, 1850-1940." 2009, June 2. Faculteit Sociologie, Universiteit Tilburg, the Netherlands.

Kok, Jan. 2009. "Family systems as frameworks for understanding variation in extra-marital births, Europe 1900-2000." 2009, October 8. University Babe?-Bolyai, Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Conference 'Families in Europe between the 19th and 20th centuries'.

Kok, Jan. 2009. "Introduction: Fertility and reproductive behavior in Europe." 2009, October 10. University Babe?-Bolyai, Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Conference 'Families in Europe between the 19th and 20th centuries'.

Kok, Jan, Hilde Bras, and Kees Mandemakers. 2009. "Sibship size and status attainment across contexts: evidence from nineteenth century Netherlands." 2009, October 22. Utrecht, the Netherlands. Nederlandse demografiedag.

Kok, Jan and Kees Mandemakers. 2009. "Living with kin. A life course approach to household extensions, The Netherlands 1850-1940." 2009, November 13. Long Beach, CA, USA. 34th Annual meeting of the Social Science History Association.

Kok, Jan. 2009. "Chair and commentator session 'Family Systems and Family Survival'." 2009, November 15. Long Beach, CA, USA. 34th Annual meeting of the Social Science History Association.

Kok, Jan. 2009. "The Intermediate Data Structure (IDS) for Historical Longitudinal Databases: Results from the Pre-Conference." 2009, November 14. Long Beach, CA, USA. Chair Session. 34th Annual meeting of the Social Science History Association.

Kok, Jan. 2009. "Implementation IDS, results and issues." 2009, November 11. Long Beach, CA, USA. Chair session. Workshop Historical Longitudinal Databases.

Kok, Jan. 2009. "Commentator for the lecture 'Marriage migration to East Asia: Current Issues and Propositions in Making Comparisons' by Yen-Fen Tseng (National University Taiwan)." 2009, April 1. Leiden, the Netherlands.

Kok, Jan. 2009. "Chair and co-commentator for the session 'Social movements, sexualities and health'." 2009, March 4. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Symposium Social Movements and Well-Being.

Kok, Jan. 2008. "Discussant at session 'Fertility and Marriage in Europe and Korea I'." 2008, October 24. Miami, FL, USA.

Kok, Jan. 2008. "The Intergenerational Transmission of Age at Marriage in Rural Holland, 1850-1940." 2008, February 29. Faculty of Letters, University of Lisbon, Portugal. European Social Science History Conference, 2008, February 27 - March 1.

Kok, Jan. 2008. "The Family Factor in Migration Decisions (a central paper for the roundtable Family and the History of Migration)." 2008, March 1. Faculty of Letters, University of Lisbon, Portugal. European Social Science History Conference, 2008, February 27 - March 1.

Kok, Jan. 2008. "Crisis of keuze? Kinderloosheid tijdens het Interbellum in Nederland. Levenslopen in de 19e en 20e eeuw." 2008, April 11. IISG, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Kok, Jan. 2008. "General comments." 2008, May 15-16. KU Leuven, Belgium. Families, Constructions of Foreignness and Migration in 20th century Western Europe.

Kok, Jan. 2008. "Progress report of COST Action 34 Gender and well-being." 2008, June 9-11. Larnaca, Cyprus. Annual meeting, review meeting of COST Domain 'Individuals, Societies, Cultures and Health'.

Kok, Jan and Jan van Bavel. 2008. "Pioneers of a modern life style? Childless couples in early-twentieth century Netherlands." 2008, October 23. Miami, FL, USA. 33d annual meeting of Social Science History Association.

Kok, Jan and Hilde Bras. 2008. "Clustering and dispersal of siblings in the North-Holland countryside, 1830-1940." 2008, February 28 . Faculty of Letters, University of Lisbon, Portugal. European Social Science History Conference, 2008, February 27 - March 1.

Kok, Jan and Kees Mandemakers. 2008. "Life courses of stayers and movers compared, Netherlands, 1850-2000." 2008, October 26. Miami, FL, USA. 33d annual meeting of Social Science History Association.

Kok, Jan and Kees Mandemakers. 2008. "A life course perspective on household structure in the Netherlands 1850-1940." 2008, November 27. Center for Economic Demography, School of Economics and Management, Lund University, Sweden.

Kok, Jan. 2008. "Discussant at session ‘Fertility and Marriage in Europe and Korea I’." 2008, October 24. Miami, FL, USA. 33d annual meeting of Social Science History Association.

Kok, Jan. 2007. "A life course perspective on household structures in The Netherlands, 1850-1940." 2007, November 26. University of Cambridge, UK. The Cambridge Group for the History of Population and Social Structure.

Kok, Jan. 2007. "Clustering and dispersal of siblings in the North-Holland countryside, 1830-1940." 2007, November 16. Chicago, IL, USA. 32d Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association.

Kok, Jan. 2007. "Production and Distribution of well-being into the family: strategies of renumerated and non-renumerated labour and consumption patterns." 2007, June 25-27. Barcelona, Spain. Symposium.

Kok, Jan and Kees Mandemakers. 2007. "A dynamic perspective on household structures in the Netherlands, 1850-1920." 2007, May 22. University of Groningen, the Netherlands. Workshop ‘New perspectives on family formation and household structures in the past’.

Kok, Jan and Kees Mandemakers. 2007. "A life course perspective on households in The Netherlands, 1850-1940." 2007, June 20-21. University of Limerick, Ireland. History of the European Family: Continuity and Change.

Kok, Jan. 2007. "Maternal mortality in Taiwan and the Netherlands, 1850-1945." 2007, May 6-8. Hotel Ehzerwold, Almen, the Netherlands. Symposium ‘Death at the opposite ends of the Eurasian continent. Mortality trends in Taiwan and the Netherlands 1850-1945’.

Kok, Jan. 2006. "Verwantschap en migratie in Noord-Kennemerland (1830-1940)." 2006, October 6. University Leiden, Campus Den Haag, the Netherlands. Symposium ‘Hollanders op drift. Migratie en demografische ontwikkelingen in Holland in de 19e en 20e eeuw’.

Kok, Jan. 2006. "Principles and prospects of the life course paradigm." 2006, June 14. Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands. Workshop Historical Demography: Past Accomplishments, Present Debates, and Future Developments.

Kok, Jan and Hilde Bras. 2006. "Diverging pathways? Sibling differences in social mobility in an urbanizing region of the Netherlands, 1860-1940." 2006, December 4-5. Lyon, France. Reproduction differérentielle et mobilité sociale, Dix-neuvièmes Entretiens Jacques Cartier.

Kouw, M. 2009. "Simulation and the Vulnarability of Tecnological Cultures: Modelling Dike Failure Mechanisms in Geo Engineering." November 27. Royal Dutch Academy for the Sciences (KNAW), Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Kouw, Matthijs. 2009. "Simulation and the Vulnerability of Technological Cultures." 2009, August 26-28. RGS-IBG (Royal Geographical Society with the Institute for British Geography), Manchester, UK. Annual International Conference 2009: Geography, Knowledge & Society.

Kouw, Matthijs. 2009. "Simulation and the Vulnerability of Technological Cultures: Modelling Dike Failure Mechanisms in Geo Engineering." 2009, November 27. Royal Dutch Academy for the Sciences (KNAW), Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Kouw, M. 2009. "Simulation and the Vulnerability of Technological Cultures." Annual International Conference 2009: Geography, Knowledge & Society at the Royal Geographical Society with the Institute for British Geography. August 26-28. Manchester, United Kingdom.

Levallois, Clement. 2010. "Networks for History of Economic Thought." 2010, February 22. Centre d'études interdisciplinaires Walras Pareto, Universite de Lausanne, Switzerland.

Levallois, Clement. 2010. "Visualizing Interdisciplinarity in Neuroeconomics through Networks." 2010, February 16. Erasmus Studio, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

Levallois, Clement. 2009. "Were Biological Analogies in Economics a Bad Thing? A Micro-History of Edith Penrose during McCarthyism." 2009, June 27. Denver, CO, USA. Annual Meeting of the History of Economics Society.

Levallois, Clement. 2009. "Were Biological Analogies in Economics a Bad Thing? A Micro-History of Edith Penrose during McCathyism." Annual Meeting of the History of Economics Society. June 27. Denver, CO, USA.

Leydesdorff, Loet and Almila Akdag Salah. 2010. "Journal Mapping in the Humanities on the basis of Arts & Humanities Citation Index." ENID Indicators Conference. 3-5 March. Paris.

Leydesdorff, Loet, Thomas Schank, Andrea Scharnhorst, and Wouter de Nooy. 2008. "Animating the development of Social Networks over time using a dynamic extension of multidimensional scaling." 2008, July 28 - August 1. Berlin, Germany. Fourth International Conference on Webometrics, Informetrics and Scientometrics and Ninth COLLNET Meeting.

Olma, Sebastian. 2007. "The theory of value and contemporary organization." 2007, September 21. School of Business and Management, Queen Mary, University of London, UK. Measure for Measure: A Workshop on Value from Below, 2007, September 20-21.

Ortega, Jose, Isidro Aguillo, Viv Cothey, and Andrea Scharnhorst. 2006. "Maps of the Academic Web in the European Research Area - an Exploration of Visual Web Indicators." 2006, September 7-9. Leuven, Belgium. The 9th International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators.

Ortega, Jose, Isidro Aguillo, Viv Cothey, and Andrea Scharnhorst. 2006. "Maps of the academic web in the European Research Area – an exploration of visual web indicators. Book of Abstracts." Leuven, Belgium. Katholieke Universiteit Leuven - Steunpunt O&O Statistieken, ALTERA bvba, Heverlee, 107-110.

Ratto, Matt. 2007. "Grasping the smile." 2007, April 25-29. Cambridge, UK. ENTER_UNKNOWN TERRITORIES. Conference and Arts Festival.

Ratto, Matt. 2006. "Already False, Potentially True: epistemic commitments, virtual reality, and archaeological representation." 2006, December 12. HumLab, Umeå University, Sweden.

Ratto, Matt. 2006. "When is real too real? A short story about aesthetics, 'epistemic commitments', and technological adoption." 2006, November 6. Intel Portland, USA. ‘People and Practices’ research group.

Ratto, Matt. 2006. "Epistemic commitments and archaeological representation." 2006, November 1-5. Vancouver, Canada. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Social Study of Science.

Ratto, Matt. 2006. "Pre-Symposium Summit 'Codes + Creativity'." 2006, August 7. Montalvo Art Center, Saratoga, CA, USA. International Symposium for Electronic Arts (ISEA2006).

Ratto, Matt. 2006. "Critical Material Practices: FLOSS, crafting, and redesign as ways of rethinking commodity culture. Special workshop: What Does Diversity Really Mean for F/LOSS?." 2006, June 8-10. Grand Hotel, Como, Italy. The Second International Conference on Open Source Systems.

Scagliola, Stef and Franciska de Jong. 2009. "Oral history online: the balance between source protection and accessibility." 2009, September 11. York, UK. Conference 'Responsibility to the Story'.

Scharnhorst, Andrea. 2010. "Encounter between scientometrics and physics – Following the actors: individual and collective behavior in epistemic landscapes." 2010, March 21-26. Regensburg, Germany. Spring conference of the German Physical Society, special focus session on ‘Science of Science’ organized by the Physics of Socio-economic Systems Division.

Scharnhorst, Andrea. 2010. "Maps for information navigators." 2010, February 15. Zürich, Switzerland. ETH Zurich, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences and ETH Competence Center for ‘Coping with Crises in Complex Socio-Economic Systems’, 15-17 February 2010.

Scharnhorst, Andrea. 2010. "Participated in the workshop ‘Towards a flagship for FET – FuturICT’." 2010, February 15-17. ETH Zurich, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences and ETH Competence Center for ‘Coping with Crises in Complex Socio-Economic Systems’, Zürich, Switzerland.

Scharnhorst, Andrea. 2009. "Discussant for kick-off meeting 'Competition of beliefs'." 2009, February 2. Paderborn, Germany. 'Competition of beliefs' of the Working group 'Information and Knowledge', COST action PM0801 'Physics of Competition, Cooperation and Conflicts', 2009, February 2-4.

Scharnhorst, Andrea. 2009. "Data and Models: Physics and Information Sciences." 2009, February 2. Paderborn, Germany. 'Competition of beliefs' of the Working group 'Information and Knowledge', COST action PM0801 'Physics of Competition, Cooperation and Conflicts'.

Scharnhorst, Andrea. 2009. "Innovation and networks." 2009, April 28. Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung, Germany. Research unit ‘Cultural Sources of Newness’.

Scharnhorst, Andrea. 2009. "Modelling knowledge dynamics - the role of models, visualizations and mathematical models." 2009, May 27. La Sapienza Universita di Roma, Italy. 2009 evolution and complexity.

Scharnhorst, Andrea. 2009. "Why modeling science?." 2009, June 12. Wells library, SLIS, IU Bloomington, USA.

Scharnhorst, Andrea. 2009. "Walking through landscapes in construction - the use of dynamic models in information science." 2009, June 17. IU Bloomington, USA. NSF/JFMS workshop 'Mapping the History ans Philosophy of Science', 2009, June 17-18.

Scharnhorst, Andrea. 2009. "Chair of session of the WG 1 ‘Information and Knowledge’." 2009, May 27. La Sapienza Universita di Roma, Italy. NET 2009 evolution and complexity.

Scharnhorst, Andrea. 2009. "Modelling Knowledge Landscapes." 2009, October 9. IISH, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Workshop 'Modelling science - Understanding, forecasting, and communicating the science system', 2009, October 6-9.

Scharnhorst, Andrea and Katy Börner. 2009. "Models of Science – An Overview." 2009, October 7. Trippenhuis, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Workshop 'Modelling science - Understanding, forecasting, and communicating the science system', 2009, October 6-9.

Scharnhorst, Andrea. 2009. "An evolutionary perspective on research diversity." 2009, September 24. Institute for Library and Information Science, Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany. Expert meeting 'Measuring the diversity of research'.

Scharnhorst, Andrea. 2009. "Conceptualizations of scientific structure and growth." 2009, June 17. IU Bloomington, USA. Chair at NSF/JFMS Workshop on ‘Mapping the History and Philosophy of Science’.

Scharnhorst, Andrea. 2009. "Open Forum." 2009, January 22. Wolverhampton, UK. Webometrics Workshop 2009.

Scharnhorst, Andrea. 2008. "Knowledge landscapes as adaptive landscapes - exploring knowledge transfer from physics to information science." 2010, January 22. Physikzentrum Bad Honeff, Germany. WE Heraeus Seminar: Evolution and Physics. Concepts, models and applications, 2010, January 21-24.

Scharnhorst, Andrea. 2008. "The evolution of knowledge landscapes – measurement, visualization, models and simulations." 2008, May 14. Ghent University, Belgium. Analogous Spaces. Architecture and the space of information, intellect and action, 2008, May 14-17.

Scharnhorst, Andrea, Werner Ebeling, and Mike Thelwall. 2008. "Transient innovations – the case of blog hypes." 2008, February 25. Berlin, Germany. Spring conference of the DPG (German Physics Society), workshop of the Arbeitskreis Physik sozio-ökonomischer Systeme (AKSOE) (Working group Physics of socio-economic systems).

Scharnhorst, Andrea. 2007. "Workshop discussing the findings and policy recommendations of the AVROSS project." 2007, November 27. European Commission, Brussels, Belgium.

Scharnhorst, Andrea. 2007. "Simulation of Innovation – Simulation and Modeling as Innovation." 2007, July. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. 'Engaging the neighbours: science, technology and innovation studies in Amsterdam … and beyond’ (ASTIS).

Scharnhorst, Andrea. 2007. "Exploring landscapes in science and beyond." 2007, September 20. Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium. Steunpunt O&O Statistieken (Policy Research Centre for R&D indicators).

Scharnhorst, Andrea and Jenny Fry. 2007. "Science and Technology Studies views of e-social science (Invited panel organized and moderated)." 2007, October 7-9. Ann Arbor, MI, US. Third International Conference on e-Social Science.

Scharnhorst, Andrea, Iina Hellsten, Renaud Lambiotte, and Marcel Ausloos. 2007. "Critical Events, Landscapes, Networks and Mobility." 2007, January 17. Foundation Universitaire, Brussels, Belgium. Critical events in evolving networks.

Scharnhorst, Andrea. 2006. "Indicators from the web - making the invisible visible?." 2006, February 9-10. Oxford Internet Institute, UK. The World Wide Web and Access to Knowledge Workshop, organized by the Oxford Internet Institute.

Scharnhorst, Andrea and Mike Thelwall. 2006. "Webometrics for social sciences and humanities." 2006, November 2. Vancouver, Canada. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Social Study of Science, 2006, November 1-5.

Suchecki, Krzysztof. 2010. "At search for a knowledge space – between classification schemes and knowledge flows." 2010, March 8. SARA, Science Park, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Infrastructure Landscape Workshop organized by BiG Grid and CLARIN.

Suchecki, Krzysztof. 2010. "Design vs. Emergence: The structure of knowledge." 2010, May 25. Black Sea Resort ‘Sunny Beach’, Bulgaria. Second Annual Meeting of COST Action MP0801 ‘Physics of Competition and Conflicts’, 26-28 May 2010.

Suchecki, Krzysztof , Almila Akdag Salah, Cheng Gao, and Andrea Scharnhorst. 2010. "Design vs Emergence: The structure of knowledge." BIFI 2010, IV International Congress, Networks: A framework for cross-disciplinary applications, at the Institute for Biocomputation and Physics of Complex Systems, 2010, February 3-6. 2010, February 3. University of Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Spain.

Suchecki, Krzysztof and Andrea Scharnhorst. 2009. "From Ising model to socio-technical innovations - how to bridge the gap?." First Annual Meeting of COST action MP0108 ‘Physics of Competition and Conflicts’, linked to the international conference ‘NET 2009 evolution and complexity’, 2009, May 27-30. 2009, May 27. La Sapienza Universita di Roma, Italy.

Suchecki, Krzysztof, Andrea Scharnhorst, and Janusz Ho?yst. 2008. "The role of networks in innovation spreading." 2008, December 18-19 . UvA, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Workshop ‘Communication networks on the web’.

Suchecki, Krzysztof, Andrea Scharnhorst, and Janusz Ho?yst. 2008. "Majority dynamics on coupled networks - DuoNet simulator (CREEN workshop)." 2008, June 23. Norwich, UK. International Workshop and Conference on Network Science (NetSci'08), 2008, June 23-27.

Tatum, Clifford and Clifford Tatum. 2010. "The role of openness in collaborative knowledge production ." July 09. Oxford, UK. Oxford Internet Institute, Summer Doctoral Program.

Tatum, Clifford and Clifford Tatum. 2010. "Open Collaboration - The case of PICNIC, a creative industry conference in Amsterdam." European Association for the Study of Science and Technology (EASST). September 02-04. Trento, Italy.

Tatum, Clifford and Clifford Tatum. 2009. "Epistemic culture clash: Openness in the Humanities and Social Sciences ." 2009, June 24. Cologne, Germany. The 5th International E-Social Science Conference of the National Centre for E-Social Science (NCESS), workshop 'Imagining, Identifying, and Investigating e-Research: An Extended Exploration', 2009, June 24-26.

Tatum, Clifford and Clifford Tatum. 2007. "The Urban Blogosphere: Gaming the Sacred Text in the New Media-Middle." Association of Internet Researchers. Vancouver, Canada.

Tatum, Clifford and Clifford Tatum. 2007. "Co-production of Knowledge in the Emergent Media Middle – Towards a New Framework." Society for Social Studies of Science. Montreal, Quebec.

Tatum, Clifford, Clifford Tatum, and Kirsten Foot. 2007. "From ad-hoc to infrastructure: The lifecycle of hyperlink networks and its implications for social, cultural, and political activity." New Network Theory, University of Amsterdam. Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Tatum, Clifford and Clifford Tatum. 2007. "The Case of Wikipedia: a view to collaborative research." European Association for the Study of Science and Technology. Lausanne, Switzerland.

Tatum, Clifford and Clifford Tatum. 2006. "Wikipedia as a Distributed Knowledge Laboratory." National Centre for e-Social Science. Manchester, United Kingdom.

Tatum, Clifford and Clifford Tatum. 2005. "Emerging Methods for Analyzing A New Generation of Civic Engagement on the Web: "Place, Space and Civic Engagement in the Chinese Diaspora"." Association of Internet Researchers. Chicago, IL.

Tatum, Clifford, Clifford Tatum, and Ted Coopman. 2004. "Resistance for the Rest of Us: Apple, File Sharing, and the Transversal Paradox." Association of Internet Researchers. Sussex, United Kingdom.

Thoutenhoofd, Ernst. 2008. "Acting with attainment technologies in deaf education: Addressing the gap between rapid change and durable evaluation." 2008, August 21. Rotterdam, the Netherlands. 4S/EASST Joint Meeting ‘Acting with Science, Technology & Medicine'.

Thoutenhoofd, Ernst and Wido van Peursen. 2008. "Ascribing and inscribing presence: Intertextuality in virtual environments." 2010, October 30-31. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. KNAW/VKS Text Comparison and Digital Creativity Colloquium.

Thoutenhoofd, Ernst. 2007. "Science and Technology Studies views of e-social science. Panel." 2007, October 7-9. Ann Arbor, MI, US. Third International Conference on e-Social Science.

Thoutenhoofd, Ernst and Ursula Naue. 2007. "STS, Disability Studies and Deaf Studies." 2007, October 13. Montreal , Canada. Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science, 2007, October 10-13.

Thoutenhoofd, Ernst. 2007. "Sign language corpus creation as digital humanities ethnography." 2007, July 27. Birmingham, UK. Corpus Linguistics, 2007, July 27-30.

Thoutenhoofd, Ernst. 2007. "Integration and innovation in e-research: The role of multimodal corpora in sign linguistics." 2007, September 20. Oxford e-Research Centre, UK. NCeSS 'New Horizons in Linguistics' Symposium.

Thoutenhoofd, Ernst and Matt Ratto. 2007. "Contact zones in digital scholarship: Corpus construction for spoken and signed languages." 2007, October 11. Montreal, Canada. Annual Meeeting of the Society for the Social Studies of Science, 'Ways of Knowing'. Paper presented at the panel 'Crossing boundaries in e-research', 2007, October 11-13.

Thoutenhoofd, Ernst and Matt Ratto. 2007. "Cyberinfrastructure and the cochlear implant: Technological objects, social ordering, and epistemic conflict." 2007, March, 28-30. Amsterdam School of Cultural Analysis (ASCA), the Netherlands. Inside Knowledge: (Un)doing Methodologies, Imagining Alternatives.

Thoutenhoofd, Ernst. 2006. "Understanding cochlear implantation evidence with respect to public and private targets: Language aspirations and the 'Achievements of Deaf Pupils in Scotland' (ADPS) data." 2006, November 10. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Symposium ‘Effecten van CI bij Kinderen: Een breed Perspectief’.

Thoutenhoofd, Ernst. 2006. "New technologies in medicine and in education: 'de-signing' deaf children's voices." 2006, November 2. Vancouver, Canada. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Social Study of Science, 2006, November 1-5.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2010. "Visualizing scholarly debates in 17th Century Correspondences." 2010, April 18. Presentation at the Stanford Humanities Centre within the context of the circulation of knowledge project.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2010. "Authoritative Annotations. Encyclopedia Universalis Mundaneum, Wikipedia and the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy." 2010, March 26-27. Center for Internet and Society Bangalore, India/Institute of Internet Cultures, Amsterdam. Wikipedia Research Initiative, Critical Point of View.

van den Heuvel, Charles and Richard Smiraglia. 2010. "Idea Collider: Toward an elementary theory of knowledge." Lecture at the School of Information Science, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, USA.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2010. "Annotators and Agents in a Web-based Collaboratory: Disclosing Cartographical Collections." 2010, April 15. Denver, CO, USA. Conference 'Museums and the Web'.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2010. "Concepts as Particles. Metaphors for the Universe of Knowledge." 2010, February 24. Rome, Italy. 11th ISKO conference, 2010, Febuary 23-26.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2010. "Transcending Networks – Transcending Classifications (1907-1935)." 2010, May 20. Mons, Belgium. Colloquium ‘Transcending Boundaries in Europe in the Period of the Belle Epoque: Organizing Knowledge, Mobilizing Networks, and Effecting Social Change’, 2010, May 20-21.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2009. "Visualizing historical Evidence and Experience: Two projects around early manuscript maps and an Experimental e-Humanities Lab." 2009, February 20. University of Richmond, VA, USA. Visualizing the Past, 2009, February 20-21.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2009. "Visualisering van 'Circulation of knowledge'." 2009, March 6. Huygens Institute, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Circulation of Knowledge and Learned Practices in the 17th century republic. A web-based humanities' collaboratory on correspondences.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2009. "Digitizing Experience in Web Archives and Digital Repositories for Reminiscence and Remembrance." 2009, April 8. Maastricht, the Netherlands. Digitising Lives - of People, Places, Facts and Things.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2009. "Grids and Patchworks. Flexibility and Temporality in the Lay-Out of Army Camps and Urban Settlements in the Low Countries and Overseas." 2009, May 8. Associated Faculty of Design Sciences. Higher Institute of Architectural Sciences Henry Van De Velde Artesis University College Antwerp, Belgium. International Symposium ‘New Urbanism and the Grid. The Low Countries in International Context. Exchanges in Theory and Practice 1550-1800’.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2009. "Web 2.0 and the Semantic Web in Research from a Historical Perspective: The Designs of Paul Otlet (1868-1944) for Telecommunication and Machine Readable Documentation to Organize Research and Society." 2009, May 26. School for Library and Information Science, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, USA. Information Visualization Lab & Cyber infrastructure for Network Science Center.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2009. "Cities and Citizens writing History and Shaping the Future, In-Between Infrastructures for Annotating Visualizations in Research and Cultural Heritage." 2009, May 28. The Polis Center, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, USA.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2009. "Web 2.0 and the Semantic Web in Research from a Historical Perspective: The Designs of Paul Otlet (1868-1944) for Telecommunication and Machine Readable Documentation to Organize Research and Society." 2009, May 21. University of Illinois at Chicago and Communication History Interest Group of the ICA, University of Illinois, Chicago, USA. ICA-preconference.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2009. "Web archiving and University Heritage. Past and Future Preservation, Documentation and Annotation of Ephemeral Collections for Research." 2009, June 11. Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France. European University Heritage Universeum Heritage Meeting, 2009, June 11-13.

van den Heuvel, Charles and Meghan Dougherty. 2009. "Historical Infrastructures for Web Archiving: Annotation of Ephemeral Collections for Researchers and Cultural Heritage Institutions." 2009, April 23. MIT, Cambridge, MA, USA. Media In Transition 6 Conference 2009.

van den Heuvel, Charles and Piet Lombaerde. 2009. "New Urbanism and The Grid: Introduction." 2009, May 8. Associated Faculty of Design Sciences. Higher Institute of Architectural Sciences Henry Van De Velde Artesis University College Antwerp, Belgium. International Symposium 'New Urbanism and the Grid. The Low Countries in International Context. Exchanges in Theory and Practice 1550-1800'.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2009. "MAPS: Manuscript map Annotation and Presentation System - Linking formal ontologies with social tagging to (re-)construct relationships between manuscript maps and contextual documents." 2009, June 24. University of Maryland, Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH), Maryland, USA. Digital Humanities Conference 2009, June 22-25.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2009. "Otlet's models of the world - A Historical Knowledge Space Lab." 2009, October 7. Trippenhuis, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Workshop 'Modelling Science. Understanding, forecasting and communicating the science system'.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2009. "General Introduction: The Circulation of Knowledge." 2009, September 17. University of Lancaster, UK. CLARIN-EU workshop, 2009, September 17-18.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2009. "Workpackage 5: Visualization-Interface-Usability." 2009, September 17. University of Lancaster, UK. CLARIN-EU workshop, 2010, September 17-18.

van den Heuvel, Charles and Henk Wals. 2009. "Circulation of Knowledge and Learned Practices in the 17th-century Dutch Republic. A Web-based Humanities' Collaboratory on Correspondences. Quantitative methods in cultural history." 2009, November 20. Huygens Institute, The Hague, the Netherlands. Presentation for ‘New approaches to European Women’s Writing/Huizinga Institute Workshop’.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2009. "Architecture of Knowledge. Historical Constructions of the WWW, Web 2.0 and the Semantic Web." 2009, July 7. Netherlands Architecture Institute, Rotterdam, the Netherlands. The Architecture of Knowledge. Workshop 'The Public Library of the Future'.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2008. "Modeling the World. Paul Otlet's (1868-1944) visualizations of science and society." 2008, January 22. Physikzentrum Bad Honeff, Germany. WE Heraeus Seminar: Interdisciplinary Seminar. Evolution and Physics. Concepts, models and applications.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2008. "Special Collections and (e-)bibliographical Research. Annotating and contextualizing paper and digital sources." 2008, February 25. Information Studies of the University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA), USA. Breslauer Chair.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2008. "De Nederlandse historische stadsplattegrond papier of digitaal?." 2008, April 23. Gemeentearchief Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2008. "Optimizing the city in the Low Countries (16th and 17th Centuries)." 2008, June 4. Faculty of Architecture of the Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands. Exhibition Ideal city/Real city.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2008. "Urban Grids, Computer Grids and Global Grids. A historical exploration of analogous architectures of the Information Society." 2008, May 16. Ghent University, Belgium. Analogous Spaces. Architecture and the space of information, intellect and action, 2008, May 15-17.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2008. "Cities and Citizens as Curators and Urban Planners. Expert and lay-expert actors and networks in the cultural biography of Maastricht." 2008, August 23. Rotterdam, the Netherlands. 4S/EASST Joint Annual Meeting, 2008, August 20-23.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2008. "Web Archiving in research and historical global collaboratories. Interfaces and annotations to web archives in the humanities and social sciences seen from a historical perspective." 2008, October 14. Aarhus, Denmark. Web_site Histories 08: Theories, Methods, Analysis.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2008. "Mapping Historical Evidence. Annotating and visualizing information and experience." 2008, September 25-26. Madrid, Spain. European Science Foundation Eurocores Workshop.Visualization and space-time representation of dynamic, non-linear, spatial data in DynCoopNet and other TECT Projects.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2008. "Theoretical concerns with Collaboratories in the Humanities." 2008, September 12. Oxford, UK. Panel contribution at Oxford e-Research Conference 2008. September 11-13.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2008. "De historie van de toekomstige stad. Belvédère, culturele biografie en internationale actoren in de geschiedschrijving van Maastricht [The history of the future city. Belvédère, cultural biography and international actors in the history of Maastricht]." 2008, January 8. Bélvèdere, Maastricht, the Netherlands.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2008. "Developments on the Web: Challenges in the Emerging Field of Web History." 2008, October 16-19. IT University Copenhagen, Denmark. Round table at AiOR conference ‘Internet research 9.0: Rethinking community, rethinking place’.

van den Heuvel, Charles and Niels Charlier. 2008. "Simulating Otlet's Interfaces to the “Plan Mondial”." 2008, May 16. Ghent University, Belgium. Analogous Spaces. Architecture and the space of information, intellect and action, 2008, May 15-17.

van den Heuvel, Charles and Henk Wals. 2008. "Circulation of Knowledge and Learned Practices in the 17th Century Dutch Republic. A web-based Humanities’ Collaboratory on Correspondences." 2008, September 12. Oxford Internet Institute. Panel contribution at Oxford e-Research Conference 2008, September 11-13.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2007. "De Historie van de Toekomstige Stad. Belvédère, Culturele Biografie en Internationale Actoren in de Geschiedschrijving van Maastricht." 2007, January 8. Limburgs Geschiedkundig en Oudheidkundig Genootschap, Maastricht, the Netherlands.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2007. "Kavels en kaarten van Leiden vanuit een historisch perspectief." 2007, March 21. Rijn en Duin Onroerend Goed Vereniging, Leiden, the Netherlands.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2007. "e-History and Web Corpora. Searching-contextualizing and annotating." 2007, April 26. The Hague, the Netherlands. Expert meeting ‘Dutch Web as Corpus’, organized by KB and the Instituut voor Nederlandse Lexicologie (INL).

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2007. "Een netwerk van Brieven. Werken met brieven op het Net." 2007, February 15. Huygens Institute, The Hague, the Netherlands. Presentation for a research group that intends to submit an application for NWO-Investeringsfonds Groot to create a database of letters of Dutch 17th Century Scientists.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2007. "Paper and Virtual Cities. Contextualising and annotating spatial and temporal aspects of historical atlases." 2007, October 19. San Francisco, CA, USA. Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative conference Area studies, Then and Now, 2007, October 18-20.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2007. "Mapping Historical Evidence. Evaluating and annotating history in maps and visualizations by experts and lay-experts." 2007, October 11. Montreal, Canada. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Social Study of Science, session ‘Crossing boundaries in E-research’, 2007, October 10-13.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2006. "De vesting als mathematisch en cultureel kennissysteem." 2006, November 24-25. Brussels, Belgium. Conference ‘Wiskunde en Cultuur in de Lage Landen 1500-1650’, organized by Gewina-Zuid.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2006. "Knots in the web: Silent spaces in the architecture of the information society." 2006, November 2. Vancouver, Canada. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Social Study of Science, 2006, November 1-5.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2006. "'Tot meerder bewijs.' Een kaart en een model van Daniel Note van 1620 ter ondersteuning van een patent op een uitvinding om de haven van Middelburg uit te diepen." 2006, October 12. Leidse Universiteitsbibliotheek, the Netherlands. Presentation of the book ‘Bronnen van Kennis Wetenschap, kunst en cultuur in de collecties van de Leidse Universiteitsbibliotheek’ to the president of the KNAW, Prof. dr. Frits van Oostrum, organized by the ‘Vrienden van de Leidse Universiteitsbibliotheek.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2006. "Synthesizing Societies in Static Systems and Growing Graphs. The Use of Diagrams, Schema's and Maps in the Interbellum to order the World." 2006, July 9. Louvain, Belgium. Making a New World? Re-forming/Designing Modern Communities in Inter-War Europe - International research Community, Cultural Identies- International Colloquium KADOC, 2006, July 9-10.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2006. "How to annotate paper and digital townplans with historical information." 2006, July 8. Paris-Sorbonne, France. Digital Humanities 2006 conference, 2006, July 5-9.

van den Heuvel, Charles. 2006. "Modeling historical evidence in digital maps." 2006, May 19. Thessaloniki, Greece. First International Workshop ‘Digital Approaches to Cartographic Heritage’, 2006, May 18-19.

van Bavel, Jan and Jan Kok. 2009. "Childlessness during the interwar period in the Netherlands: modern consumption, religion, and the economic crisis." 2009, April 2. Lund University, Sweden. Seminar at the Centre for Economic Demography.

van Heur, Bas. 2009. "CityLabs: Engaging Research, Policy and Practitioner Communities in Spatial Knowledge and Experimentation." 2009, June 18-19. Manchester, UK. URBIS.

van Heur, Bas. 2009. "Cultural Policy, Creative Labour in an Urban Frame." 2009, July 3. Institut für Europäische Enthnologie, Humboldt Universität Berlin, Germany. Seminar 'Analyzing Urban Cultural Policy: From Regulation to Experimentation'.

van Heur, Bas. 2009. "PUBlicIMAGenING CityLab event: Presentation and Roundtable Discussion with Michelle Teran." 2009, May 23. Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht, the Netherlands.

van Heur, Bas. 2009. "Invited panel expert at workshop on 'the creative and cultural dimensions of Q4, an urban area in Venlo'." 2008, June 25. Museum van Bommel van Dam, Venlo, the Netherlands.

van Heur, Bas. 2008. "Music as a Boundary Object: Electronic Music Networks and the Limits of Urban Governance." 2008, December 1. Department of Music and School of Geography, University of Nottingham, UK. Spaces of Sound Colloquium.

van Heur, Bas. 2008. "On the Conjunctural and Structural Moments of Strategy." 2008, August 23. Rotterdam, the Netherlands. 4S/EASST Annual Meeting, 2008, August 20-23.

Vann, Katie. 2008. "Integrated Water Resources Management and UN-Water monitoring Practices." 2008, March 17. Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Shifts in Governance Conference.

Vann, Katie. 2007. "Integrated Water Resources Management as an Object of Social Research." 2007, March 13. Environmental Studies Institute, Santa Clara University, USA. Reading ‘Technical Advisory Committee Paper #4'.

Vann, Katie. 2007. "Water Futures: how do scattered sovereignties and infrastructure markets articulate?." 2007, July 2. Ljubljana, Slovenia. Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism - SIGNS OF THE FUTURE: MANAGEMENT, MESSIANISM, CATASTROPHE, 2007, July 1-4.

Vann, Katie. 2006. "In the Web and on the Ground - a research design for the study of accountability and legitimacy in trans-national multi-level governance formations." 2006, November 13. Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research, Shifts in Governance Program, Shifts in Governance Conference.

Vann, Katie. 2006. "Laughter and slave - a deleuzean note on the powers of inscribed life." 2006, November 2. Vancouver, Canada. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Social Study of Science, 2006, November 1-5.

Vann, Katie. 2006. "Boundary Object as Account." Advanced PhD Summer School Program, Netherlands Graduate Research School of Science, Technology and Modern Culture.

Vann, Katie. 2006. "Nietzsche’s Genealogy of Morals and its Implications for Organization Studies." Department of Business Ethics, University for Humanistics, Utrecht, the Netherlands. PhD and Master’s Student Workshop.

Vann, Katie. 2006. "On the Figure of the 'Situated' in the Knowledge-base Economy." 2006, July 5-6. Center for Advanced Studies in Social Science and Management, University of Lancaster, UK. Symposium on ‘Meta-theorizing the Knowledge Based Economy’.

Vann, Katie. 2006. "Labor' as a Social Category- Feminist Theory and the Laboring Subject." 2006, July 12. Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands. Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism.

Vann, Katie. 2006. "'Learning' into 'Labor'." Department of Management Learning, University of Lancaster, UK. ‘Lancaster Management School Lecture Series’.

van Peursen, Wido and Ernst Thoutenhoofd. 2008. "Text comparison and digital creativity: An introduction to the colloquium theme." 2008, October 30-31 . Amsterdam, the Netherlands. KNAW/VKS Text Comparison and Digital Creativity Colloquium.

van Zundert, Joris, Douwe Zeldenrust, and Anne Beaulieu. 2009. "Alfalab, Construction and Deconstruction of a Digital Humanities Experiment." 2009, December 9. Oxford, UK. The 5th IEEE E-science Conference, 2009, December 9-11.

Wouters, Paul. 2010. "E-Science and the end of theory." 2010, April 19. International College Morphomata and the Cologne Center for eHumanities of the University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany. Keynote lecture at the workshop ‘Modelling Virtual Research Environments for the Humanities'.

Wouters, Paul. 2010. "Panel membership of the workshop eResearch2020: The role of e-Infrastructures in the creation of global virtual research communities." 2010, February 23-24. EU DG Information Society, Brussels, Belgium.

Wouters, Paul. 2010. "Interfacing and interaction in the social sciences and humanities." 2010, January 18. Oxford e-Research Centre, University of Oxford, UK. Workshop on Users, Usability and User-engagement Based on e-Research, and Web 2.0.

Wouters, Paul. 2009. "e-Research and the end of theory." 2009, June 10. University of Oxford, UK.

Wouters, Paul and Kurt De Belder. 2009. "e-Science: requirements for and impact on scholarly communication." 2009, April 17. National Library, The Hague, the Netherlands. Curating Research: e-Merging New Roles and Responsibilities in the European Landscape.

Wouters, Paul. 2009. "Can You See What I Know? - Work in Progress Lecture." 2009, June 19. Said Business School, University of Oxford, UK.

Wouters, Paul. 2009. "e-Research as intervention ." 2009, June 24. Cologne, Germany. The 5th International Conference on e-Social Science, workshop 'Imagining, Identifying, and Investigating e-Research: An Extended Exploration', 2009, June 24-26.

Wouters, Paul. 2009. "Research Practices, Infrastructures, Interfaces." 2009, October 13. European Union, Brussels, Belgium. e-Infrastructures for e-Science: 7th e-Infrastructures Concertation Meeting, 2009, October 12-14.

Wouters, Paul and Wolfgang Kaltenbrunner. 2009. "Controversial Digitization: Trying to Transform a Scholarly Field by Reorganizing Its Instruments." 2009, October 30. Hyatt Regency Crystal City, Washington, DC, USA. Society for Social Studies of Science 2009 Annual Meeting, 2009, October 28-31.

Wouters, Paul, Andrea Scharnhorst, and Krzysztof Suchecki. 2009. "An Agent Based Model of the Scientific and Scholarly System." 2009, October 8. Trippenhuis, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Workshop 'Modelling science - Understanding, forecasting, and communicating the science system', 2009, October 6-9.

Wouters, Paul. 2008. "How do we study science and scholarship?." 2008, June 2. Simpson Center, University of Washington, USA. Science Studies Research Network.

Wouters, Paul. 2008. "The promise and practice of e-research in the humanities and social sciences." 2008, April 22. Advisory Council of Science and Technology Policy, The Hague, the Netherlands. E-science in Action - Workshop on Knowledge and ICTs. Advisory Council of Science and Technology Policy.

Wouters, Paul. 2008. "Member of concluding panel at workshop 'Expanding Interdisciplinarity from Campus to Communities'." 2008, June 5-7. Simpson Center, University of Washington, USA. Science Studies Research Network at the University of Washington.

Wouters, Paul. 2008. "Dolend dromen van het wereldbrein." Inaugural lecture. 2008, June 27. Erasmus University Rotterdam.

Wouters, Paul. 2007. "Forging new academic identities." 2007, May 1. Simpson Center, University of Washington, Seattle, USA.

Wouters, Paul. 2007. "IS as new partner for humanists & social scientists?." 2007, May 4. Information School, University of Washington, Seattle, USA.

Wouters, Paul. 2007. "The informational turn: the implications of digital research objects for the humanities and social sciences." 2007, August 14. Borås, Sweden.

Wouters, Paul. 2007. "Some Questions on Qualitative Methods in large-scale e-Social Science; paper at the pre-conference workshop “Understanding Infrastructure: dynamics, tensions, design, and data”." 2007, October 7. Ann Arbor, MI, USA. Third International Conference on e-Social Science, 2007, October 7-9. Paper at the pre-conference workshop ‘Understanding Infrastructure: dynamics, tensions, design, and data’.

Wouters, Paul. 2007. "Conservative culture or diverging identities? – studying resistance to technology in academia." 2007, October 8. Ann Arbor, MI, USA. Third International Conference on e-Social Science, 2007, October 7-9.

Wouters, Paul. 2007. "Science and Technology Studies views of e-social science. Panel." 2007, October 7-9. Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA.

Wouters, Paul and Anne Beaulieu. 2007. "Changing Practices, Telling Stories, Building Tools in eresearch (Session STS and Information Studies I: Cyberinfrastructure/e-Science)." 2007, October 10-13. Montreal, Canada. Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science, Session ‘STS and Information Studies I: Cyberinfrastructure/e-Science’.

Wouters, Paul. 2006. "Web archieven als onderzoeksinstrument - zit daar muziek in?." 2006, December 12-13. Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Erfgoed Interactief, Digitaal Erfgoed Nederland.

Wouters, Paul. 2006. "Controversial references - the socio-semiotics of e-research in literary studies." 2006, November 2. Vancouver, Canada. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Social Study of Science, 2006, November 1-5.

Wouters, Paul. 2006. "Humanities and the need for new models of e-research." 2006, October 19. National Library (KB), The Hague, the Netherlands. Meet the Expert Series.

Wouters, Paul. 2006. "Open Access to What for Whom?." 2006, September 6. Leiden, the Netherlands. CODESRIA/ASC Conference on Electronic Publishing and Dissemination ‘Bridging the North-South Divide in Scholarly Communication on Africa, Threats and Opportunities in the Digital Era’.

Wouters, Paul. 2006. "What are the links between organization studies and STS?." 2006, August 26. University of Lausanne, Switzerland. Reviewing Humanness: Bodies, Technologies and Spaces. EASST 2006.

Wouters, Paul. 2006. "The right style of publishing." 2006, August 26. University of Lausanne, Switzerland. Reviewing Humanness: Bodies, Technologies and Spaces. EASST 2006.

Wouters, Paul. 2006. "On the unease with the publication system." 2006, August 26. University of Lausanne, Switzerland. Reviewing Humanness: Bodies, Technologies and Spaces. EASST 2006.

Wouters, Paul. 2006. "The Virtual Knowledge Studio and e-research in the humanities and social sciences - a case of instrumental filtering." 2006, February 10. Chamber of Commerce, de Ruyterkade 5, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. FILTER Closing Event Filtering of Online Content in a Globalized World: good practice and recommendations.

Wouters, Paul and Anne Beaulieu. 2006. "Critical Accountability: Dilemmas for Interventionist Studies of e-Science, Workshop Social Science Perspectives on e-Science." 2006, June 28-30. Manchester, UK. Second International Conference on e-Social Science, workshop ‘Social Science Perspectives on e-Science'.

Wouters, Paul, Clifford Tatum, Clifford Tatum, and Julie Villegas. 2006. "Paradox and Progress: Exploring Urban Culture in Amsterdam through Interdisciplinary e-Research." 2006, August 26. University of Lausanne, Switzerland. Reviewing Humanness: Bodies, Technologies and Spaces. EASST 2006.

Wyatt, Sally. 2010. "Santé, Internet, Information." 2010, April 8-9. Paris, France. Lecture at the conference ‘Les Journées de la Prévention’ organized by INPES, Institut national de prevention et d’éducation pour la santé.

Wyatt, Sally. 2009. "Socialisation of Scientific and Technological Research: A one-way process? Short comment on the 'Handbook on the Socialisation of Scientific and Technological Research', eds. Wiebe Bijker and Luciano d'Andrea." 2009, June 26. Brussels, Belgium. Final workshop of the EU-funded FP6 project about the socialisation of scientific and technological research.

Wyatt, Sally. 2009. "Non-use of the internet: Past and future research directions." 2009, September 24. Copernicus Institute for Sustainable Development and Innovation, Utrecht University, the Netherlands. Copernicus Colloquia 2009.

Wyatt, Sally. 2009. "Colonialism in the new knowledge economy." 2009, October 12. Heerlen, the Netherlands. Studium Generale Parkstad.

Wyatt, Sally. 2009. "Digitising Social Sciences and Humanities: Promises, Paradoxes and Problems." 2009, November 17. Humanities Institute of Ireland, University College Dublin, Ireland.

Wyatt, Sally. 2008. "Looking back and ahead." 2008, January 25-26. University of Vienna, Austria. Conference ‘Virtually Informed: The Internet as (New) Information Source’.

Wyatt, Sally. 2008. "The Go-Betweens: Health, Technology and Info(r)mediation." 2008, February 28. National University of Ireland, Maynooth.

Wyatt, Sally. 2008. "Experimenting with new strategies in the conservation of contemporary art." 2008, February 19. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. New strategies in the conservation of contemporary art. Expert meeting organised by Maastricht University, University of Amsterdam and the Instituut Collectie Nederland.

Wyatt, Sally. 2008. "Me Robot, You Jane: Understanding the Gender-Technology Relationship." 2008, June 12-13. Maastricht University, the Netherlands. First international conference on human-robot relationships.

Wyatt, Sally. 2008. "The past, present and promises of our field: a personal account." 2008, October 29. Enschede, the Netherlands. 'Onderzoeksdagen' of the STeHPS (Science, Technology, Health, Policy Studies) research group.

Wyatt, Sally. 2008. "In search of the virtual feminist man." 2008, November 21. Maastricht University, Maastricht, the Netherlands. 'Parade van feministische mannen', organised to mark Professor Mineke Bosch’s leaving Maastricht University.

Wyatt, Sally. 2008. "Politics of Information Technologies: Has the Medium become the Message?." 2008, December 3. Maastricht University, the Netherlands. Workshop about the politics of informing the EU.

Wyatt, Sally. 2008. "A turn to ontology in STS? Final session." 2008, June 25. University of Oxford, UK.

Wyatt, Sally. 2008. "Challenging the Digital Imperative." Inaugural lecture. 2008, March 28. Maastricht University, the Netherlands.

Wyatt, Sally. 2008. "Final session." A turn to ontology in STS?. 25 June. University of Oxford, UK.

Wyatt, Sally. 2007. "Ethics of e-research." 2007, March 6. Vancouver, Canada. Action for Health Annual Meeting.

Wyatt, Sally. 2007. "Changing writing practices: A techno/auto/biographical approach." 2007, April 24. Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands. Meeting about plans and perspectives on the use of biographical approaches and scientific authorship.

Wyatt, Sally. 2007. "Health and the handbag." 2007, May 4. University of Toronto, Canada. HCTP Annual Interdisciplinary Workshop ‘Health Care, Technologies and Places: Contributions and Provocations from Humanists and Artists’, May 3-4.

Wyatt, Sally. 2007. "CK Phone Home: Talking about Practices and Looking at Lists (Session Network Ethnography)." 2007, October 10-13. Montreal, Canada. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Social Study of Science, Session ‘Network Ethnography’.

Wyatt, Sally. 2007. "Internet studies and e-science: New tools and concepts for research." 2007, October 18. Vancouver, Canada. Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR), 2007, October 18-20.

Wyatt, Sally. 2007. "Challenging the technological imperative: Studying non-use and the everyday." 2010, November 8-9. University of Joensuu, Finland. Workshop ‘Changing views on technology, media & cultural approaches’, research seminar.

Wyatt, Sally. 2007. "Transformations in Perception and Participation Project." 2007, November 29-30. Leiden, the Netherlands. NWO conference ‘Transformations in Art and Culture’.

Wyatt, Sally. 2007. "Studying Transformations: Continuity and Change in Disciplinary Perspective." 2007, November 29-30. Leiden, the Netherlands. NWO conference ‘Transformations in Art and Culture’.

Wyatt, Sally. 2007. "Some results of the evaluation of the NWO-MES programme." 2007, April 13. The Hague, the Netherlands. Final meeting of the NWO-MES.

Wyatt, Sally. 2007. "Technological Determinism Revisited." 2007, September 3. University of Oslo, Norway. European Studies on Society, Science and Technology (ESST) (master’s programme).

Wyatt, Sally. 2007. "Turning data into text: Lessons from a collaborative research project." 2007, September 4. University of Oslo, Norway. European Studies on Society, Science and Technology (ESST) (master’s programme).

Wyatt, Sally. 2007. "Technological Determinism Revisited." 2007, September 26. Maastricht, the Netherlands. European Studies on Society, Science and Technology (ESST) (master’s programme).

Wyatt, Sally. 2007. "'Science Fiction, Science Faction: Visions behind our contemporary digital world'. Discussion between Bruce Sterling (science fiction writer) and Peter Pels (anthropologist)." 2007, March 21. Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Wyatt, Sally. 2007. "Gender and technology." Management of Science and Technology in Society, Master’s programme. September, 5. Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam,.

Wyatt, Sally. 2006. "A comment on Peter Peter’s book 'Time, Innovation and Mobilities' (2006, London and New York: Routledge)." 2006, November 16-17. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. WTMC annual meeting.

Wyatt, Sally. 2006. "Discussant ‘Author meets critics: Picturing personhood: Brain scans and biomedical identity by Joe Dumit (Princeton University Press, 2004)’." 2006, November 3. Vancouver, Canada. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Social Study of Science, 2006, November 1-5.

Wyatt, Sally. 2006. "Session 'Messy shapes of knowledge: Studies of e-science'." 2006, November 2. Vancouver, Canada. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Social Study of Science, 2006, November 1-5.

Wyatt, Sally. 2006. "Back to basics: How do we know what we know." 2006, October 27. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Science & Technology Dynamics Colloquia (UvA).

Wyatt, Sally. 2006. "Writing from experience. Presentations of gender identity on weblogs." 2006, September 15- 16. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. NWO-MES conference ‘Changing identities and networks in a digital world’.

Wyatt, Sally. 2006. "Response to Professor Steve Graham 'Software-sorted technologies: On space, technology and inequality'." 2006, August 23-26. Lausanne, Switzerland. Plenary session, EASST Conference.

Wyatt, Sally. 2006. "What's in that bag? - Session: Autobiography in STS (organised by Anne-Jorunn Berg and Sally Wyatt)." 2006, August 24. Lausanne, Switzerland. EASST Conference, 2006, August 23-26, session 'Autobiography and STS' (organised by Anne-Jorunn Berg and Sally Wyatt).

Wyatt, Sally. 2006. "Politics and the internet. What can we learn from science and technology studies?." 2006, August 12-15 . Elsinore, Denmark. The 29th Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia (IRIS29).

Wyatt, Sally. 2006. "Lecture about technological determinism to the ESST masters' students." 2006, September 20. University of Maastricht, the Netherlands.

Wyatt, Sally. 2006. "What do we know about non-users?." 2006, June 12-13. Riga, Latvia. EU Ministerial Conference 'ICT for an Inclusive Society'.

Wyatt, Sally. 2006. "Middle-range theory in science and technology studies." 2006, June 1. Hamburger Arbeitskreis Technik und Kultur, Institut für Volkskunde, Hamburg University, Germany.

Wyatt, Sally. 2006. "Assessment of PhDs." 2006, April 27. WTMC workshop.

Wyatt, Sally. 2006. "Gender and ICTs: Learning from the past, Imagining the future." 2006, March 21 . Salford University, UK. WINIT International and Interdisciplinary Conference on Gender, Technology and the ICT Workplace.

Zuiderent-Jerak, Teun. 2010. "Modes of Intervention in Science and Technology Studies." 2010, March 17. Goldsmiths, University of London, UK. INCITE (incubator for critical inquiry into technology and ethnography) Research Seminar.

Zuiderent-Jerak, Teun and Ernst Thoutenhoofd. 2010. "Modes of Intervention in Science and Technology Studies." 2010, March 18. Institute for Science, Innovation and Society, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, UK. Research seminar.

Zuiderent-Jerak, Teun and Ernst Thoutenhoofd. 2009. "Modes of intervention in science and technology studies." 2009, June 10. Copenhagen, Denmark. Danish Association of Science and Technology Studies (DASTS).