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What role do algorithms play for the constitution of the public spheres? Dr. Cornelius Puschmann and Atilla-Filipe Cevik address this question in the postdoctoral research network “Algorithmed Public Spheres” and in this BredowCast.
The postdoctoral research network “Algorithmed P...
It is official, she is entitled to call herself a doctor now: We congratulate Dr. Alina Laura Tiews sincerely on earning the doctoral degree and we are very happy for her!
The dissertation "Fluchtpunkt Film" has been published by the Bebra-Verlag:
Tiews, A. L. (2017): Fluchtpunkt Film. In...
Maris Männiste and Dr. Cristiano Ferri joined the postdoctoral research group "Algorithmed Public Spheres“, led by Dr. Cornelius Puschmann, in April 2019.
In the picture from left to right: Dr. Cristiano Ferri, Dr. Jonathon Hutchinson, Dr. Cornelius Puschmann, Dr. Felix Victor M&uum...
On July 10th, 2017, the joint network of non professorial teaching staff of the Hans-Bredow-Institut and the ZeMKI (Bremen) will meet for a whole day workshop in Hamburg to promote young researchers and to improve their knowledge about various methods.
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