Information, technology, and connections (INTER)
What does it mean to be human in connection to technology? In INTER we approach information studies from the humanities taking a critical stance on the connections between information, technology, and humans. We are interested in the practical implications of the continued digitalization of everyday life, society, media, and culture.
The researchers in the section investigate the interplay between information technologies and humans; including new understandings that emerge and become visible in new practices, cultural and otherwise. INTER focuses on the ethical and conceptual challenges and transformations that we have to deal with as individuals and as a society. We study digital forms of organization, algorithmic structures, surveillance and privacy, information and data from the outset of information studies including historical, philosophical, sociological and cultural perspectives.
Themes and theoretical approaches: Critical data studies, datafication, digital media and culture, information analysis, information ethics, philosophy of information, information history, organization studies, platform studies, privacy and surveillance, game studies and gamification, sociology of science, science studies, knowledge organization.
The researchers in INTER teaches at the BA and MA programs in Information Studies, Information Science and Cultural Communication, Film- and Media Studies, and Communication and IT.
- Digital infrastructures
- Digital reading and reading behaviour
- Gamification at production plants
- Genre studies
- Information, surveillance, and technology as historically situated phenomena.
- Philosophical/ethical perspectives on the connections between humans, information, and technology.
- Postmortem data & data practices
AGAVE: Applied Gamification And Visualization - for cultivating onsite operator training and improving quality of work life.
Funding: Innovation Fund Denmark
Project period: 2021 - 2024
Contact: Lars Konzack
To Use or Not to Use? A Relational Approach to ICTs as Repertoire of Contention
Funding: Independent Research Fund Denmark
Project period: 2022-2025
Contact: Jun Liu
|Andersen, Jack||Associate Professor||+4531705689|
|Andersen, Josephine Søgaard||Research Assistant||+4535323110|
|Balling, Gitte||Associate Professor||+4535321370|
|Finnemann, Niels Ole||Professor Emeritus||+4535321371|
|Hjørland, Birger||Professor Emeritus||+4535321342|
|Højsted, Anders||PhD Fellow||+4535320163|
|Jørgensen, Rikke Frank||Part-time Lecturer||+4532698805|
|Konzack, Lars||Associate Professor||+4535321306|
|Li, Ziyin||Guest Researcher|
|Liu, Jun||Associate Professor||+4535328416|
|Moring, Camilla||Associate Professor||+4535328276|
|Munkholm, Johan Lau||Research Assistant||+4535333159|
|Nicolaisen, Jeppe||Associate Professor||+4531666496|
|Schreiber, Trine Louise||Associate Professor||+4535321402|
|Shklovski, Irina||Guest Researcher|
|Skouvig, Laura||Associate Professor||+4535321320|
|Søe, Sille Obelitz||Assistant Professor - Tenure Track||+4535321409|
|Vase, Silja||PhD Fellow||+4535332659|
|Waagstein, Astrid||PhD Fellow||+4535336969|
|Wiehn, Tanja Anna||Postdoc||+4535321262|