This research network was funded by CDH for 2021/22 which aimed to bring scholars together to build networks with opportunities of learning emerging DH knowledge in extended areas by associating DH with medical sciences, sociology, economics, urban geography and development studies, but also interactions with peers and professionals from various backgrounds and research institution(s) and international organisation(s).
Emerging Digital Wellbeing and Development
A seminar series on emerging Digital Humanities research and research-related practice, including digital wellbeing in the UK/EU and the development and use of digital tools in urban studies for developing countries.
The seminars aim at building networks with opportunities of learning emerging DH knowledge in extended areas by associating DH with medical sciences, sociology, economics, urban geography and development studies, but also interactions with peers and professionals from various backgrounds and research institution(s) and international organisation(s).
There are a mixture of online and hybrid seminars in Easter Term 2022, each consisting of a 40-min talk followed by a 20-min Q&A. The in-person seminars include a light lunch for scholar and peer mingling.
The SDG (Sustainable Development Goals) Cities Digitised Tools
Friday, 13 May 2022 13:00
A CDH seminar illustrating how digitisation can enable action at scale and cost efficiency.
A complex system approach to healthcare system analysis
Friday, 27 May 2022 11:00
A CDH seminar presents how a complex system approach can be beneficial to modelling and understanding healthcare systems.
Darkness and Light: Impacts of New Media Technologies on Users' Wellbeing
The third seminar in the Browsed · Bridged · Beyond network welcomes Dr Anan Wan Assistant Professor of Strategic Communications, Kansas State University, USA. Dr Wan talks about her research on the “dark side” of new media technologies’ impacts on media users’ wellbeing.
Echoing to Seminar 3 on social media, digital economies and wellbeing in China and the US, our Seminar 4, 5 and 6 focus on digital technologies and migration relevant to East Asia, Pacific, Latin America and East and West Europe. Seminar 7 invited our guest at World Bank on digital development and technology potentials in the developing world. The timetable is shown below, with details here:
How does social media interaction enhance the capabilities of migrant workers to reach wellbeing? A virtual ethnography approach
Thursday, 23rd June 11:00am
Speaker: Dr. Stevanus Wisnu Wijaya, Senior Lecturer at Prasetiya Mulya University
#togetherness - How social media transform human mobility
Thursday, 30 June 2022 11:00am
Speaker: Prof.dr. Mieke Schrooten, Assistant Professor in Social Work at the University of Antwerp and the Odisee University of Applied Sciences (Brussels), Belgium
The Researcher's Nightworkshop
The Researcher’s Nightworkshop: A methodological approach of cyberethnographic and bodily craft to nocturnal ethnography
Thursday, 7 July 2022 11:00
Speaker: Julius-Cezar MacQuarie, Research Affiliate, Democracy Institute, Central European University and Post-Doctoral Fellow, New Europe College Bucharest
Technology’s Potential for Public Service Delivery in Developing Countries
Monday, 18 July 2022 3:00pm
Speaker: Samia M. Melhem, Lead Policy Officer in the World Bank’s Transport and ICT Global Practice