Universität Innsbruck

Theorizing the Digital

Summer Term 2022

Course Objectives:

This course is designed to develop well-founded knowledge and transdisciplinary perspectives on digitization as well as foster the exchange among participants regarding their PhD projects. We will critically reflect and discuss papers that examine “the digital” from various angles and offer PhD candidates the possibility to discuss their project with the other students and the DP faculty.

The main objective of the course is to equip students with a transdisciplinary lens on digital phenomena and to establish a common basis of knowledge among the participants of the doctoral program #OrganizingtheDigital. Moreover, the specific setting of this course allows participants and faculty members of the DP to share knowledge, insights, develop a common interest and collective identity.

Reading List and Course - details coming soon

Syllabus 2022

 


Summer Term 2021

Course Objectives:

This course is designed to develop well-founded knowledge and transdisciplinary perspectives on digitization as well as foster the exchange among participants regarding their PhD projects. We will critically reflect and discuss papers that examine “the digital” from various angles and offer PhD candidates the possibility to discuss their project with the other students and the DP faculty.

The main objective of the course is to equip students with a transdisciplinary lens on digital phenomena and to establish a common basis of knowledge among the participants of the doctoral program #OrganizingtheDigital. Moreover, the specific setting of this course allows participants and faculty members of the DP to share knowledge, insights, develop a common interest and collective identity.

Reading List:

Syllabus 2021

 

 


Summer Term 2020

Course Objectives:

This course is designed to develop well-founded knowledge and transdisciplinary perspectives on digitization as well as foster the exchange among participants regarding their PhD projects. We will critically reflect and discuss papers that examine “the digital” from various angles and offer PhD candidates the possibility to discuss their project with the other students and the DP faculty.

The main objective of the course is to equip students with a transdisciplinary lens on digital phenomena and to establish a common basis of knowledge among the participants of the doctoral program #OrganizingtheDigital. Moreover, the specific setting of this course allows participants and faculty members of the DP to share knowledge, insights, develop a common interest and collective identity.

Reading List:

 Syllabus 2020

 


Summer Term 2019 

Course Objectives:

This course is designed to develop well-founded knowledge and transdisciplinary perspectives on digitization. We will critically reflect and discuss papers that examine “the digital” from various angles. 

The course will be held in the format of a reading group. The main objective of the course is to equip students with a transdisciplinary lens on digital phenomena and to establish a common basis of knowledge among the participants of the doctoral program #OrganizingtheDigital. Moreover, the specific setting of this course allows participants and faculty members of the DP to share knowledge, insights, develop a common interest and collective identity.

Reading List:

 

Syllabus 2019