VKS Presentations – 2006

26 January 2010

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.

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.

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. 2006. "Critical events in evolving networks - an introduction." 2006, July. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. CREEN meeting.

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.

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. 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.

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.

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

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. 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.

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’.

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. 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.

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