VKS Presentations – 2009

26 January 2010

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

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

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.

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. 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. 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.

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.

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

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.

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. 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.

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. 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.

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.

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.

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 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 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. 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.

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.

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).

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