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Digital Lives Monthly Seminar with Dr Delfi Nieto-Isabel

When: Thursday, November 16, 2023, 12:45 PM - 2:00 PM
Where: Senior Common Room, the 4th floor, ArtsTwo Building, Queen Mary University of London, 335 Mile End Road, London, E1 4FQ

A part of the IHSS Digital Lives Research Programme's monthly seminar series on urgent matters related to the digital world

It's hard to dispute that we live in a data-driven world, but what does that mean for us in the field of the Humanities and Social Sciences? This conversation means to question whether we should turn our sources into data, while discussing how to go about it. Data analysis is all about counting and categorizing, but how we do count and categorize what's not even there? How do we account for absence?

The IHSS Digital Lives Research Programme members invite those interested in digital matters to a series of seminars that will take place on campus during semester 1, 18 September - 15 December 2023. The seminars will host invited speakers discussing urgent matters related to the digital world. These monthly seminars aim to continue the conversations we started last year, welcome others to the ‘network,’ and share news of ongoing research and future plans for the digital collective at Queen Mary University of London.

For any queries regarding these seminars, get in touch with Dr Philippa Williams (School of Geography & Director of IHSS Research Programme Digital Lives ) at or Dr Cristina Moreno-Almeida (School of Languages, Linguistics and Film & IHSS Fellow) at

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