Division of Digital Cultures

Organisational unit: Division

Research

The research conducted at the division explores cultural perspectives on society's digital development. The projects and research initiatives mirror the breadth and depth that the interdisciplinary environment at the division offers. The research is based on different methods and theories, and focuses on contemporary, historical, as well as possible future phenomena. The research at the division is gathered within the research culture Digital cultures. The node acts as a catalyst for promoting interdisciplinary research projects through discussion, seminars, and workshops. Several ongoing projects related to the division and the node involve several institutions and external researchers.

Recent research outputs

Moa Petersén, 2018 Aug 1, Postphenomenological Methodologies: New Ways in Mediating Techno-Human Relationships. Aagard, J., Kyrre Berg Friis, J., Sorenson, J., Tafdrup, O. & Hasse, C. (eds.). London: Lexington Books, p. 65-81 (Postphenomenology and the Philosophy of Technology)

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingBook chapter

Moa Petersén, 2018 Jul 1, Swedish Art History: A Selection of Introductory Texts. Qvarnström, L. (ed.). Lund Studies in Arts and Cultural Sciences, p. 379-387 (Lund Studies in Arts and Cultural Sciences; vol. 18)

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingBook chapter

Sara Kärrholm, 2018 Jun 1, War Remains: Mediations of Suffering and Death in the Era of the World Wars. Cronqvist, M. & Sturfelt, L. (eds.). Lund: Nordic Academic Press, p. 157–188

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingBook chapter

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