Hello New Semester!
Fall 2016 will see Netcentric focus more on “Networking the Humanities,” a new IP course team taught by Jordi Comas and David del Testa.
Look here for further updates!
I asked him some questions… like, I am curious what you all said about meritocracy and technocracy. Are those synonymous?
And, a picture of…? Some old tech?
The featured image is Robert Noyce…
Corinne’s notes (as a word file).
JC: I find it easier to picture people like Prell if I have a picture.
Prell. her page at University of Maryland.
Networking the Humanities 9/1/16 Scribe Notes
Who is this? St/ Andrew. Because Andy didn’t send me a picture.
Degree of Separation
Mirror neuron system
Network Example: Anti-British Activists Two-mode matrix of affiliations and people Clubs are connected, but some have more […]
August 25th, 2016
Networking the Humanities notes
Laura Bart- Scribe.
Article- Drawn To Terror
Most people that join terrorist groups aren’t loners Fighting to the death Collective sense of invincibility and special destiny overwhelms feelings of individuality (individually could be destroyed- but collectively could not) Mostly the women doing the networking/connecting (JC note: No. […]
Prell Ch 1
Bruce Bower’s “Deadly Devotion” in Science News Magazine.
We would ask that you please bring one important idea from the Prell that you believe will be important for you in your study of network analysis relative to the humanities, and one idea from the […]
We will be discussing this TED video from Rachel Bostman, author of the book What is Mine is Yours: The Rise of Collaborative Consumption. She also leads an organization promoting CC called, surprise, Collaborative Consumption.
After we watch this, I will give a mini TED talk that is the “anti-case” for […]
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