• Digital Humanities and the History of the Web

    Friday 19 May 2017

    Speakers: Niels Brügger

    The Oxford Internet Institute is excited to welcome Niels Brügger from Aarhus University for his talk 'Digital Humanities and the History of the Web'.

  • Social Network News

    Thursday 4 May 2017

    Speakers: Pablo Boczkowski

    The Oxford Internet Institute is pleased to have Pablo Boczkowski for the first OII Colloquia of Trinity Term. The event will be followed by a short drinks reception.

  • The second wave of the second machine age

    Thursday 20 April 2017

    The Oxford Martin School and the Oxford Internet Institute present 'The second wave of the second machine age' with Prof Erik Brynjolfsson.

  • The Incomplete Political Economy of Social Media

    Thursday 6 April 2017

    Speakers: Siva Vaidhyanathan

    The Oxford Internet Institute is excited to welcome Siva Vaidhyanathan from the University of Virginia and the Center for Media and Citizenship for his talk 'The Incomplete Political Economy of Social Media'.

  • Beyond Big Data

    Thursday 23 March 2017

    Speakers: Matthew Salganik

    The Oxford Internet Institute is excited to welcome Matthew J. Salganik from Princeton University Department of Sociology for his talk 'Beyond Big Data'. The event will be followed by a drinks reception.

  • Post-truth: what is it and what can we do about it?

    Tuesday 7 February 2017

    Speakers: James Ball, Tracey Brown, Will Moy, Helen Margetts, Hetan Shah

    Oxford Dictionaries named ‘post-truth’ as its word of the year in 2016. The RSS, in association with Sense about Science, Full Fact and the Oxford Internet Institute is delighted to host a discussion to debate the phenomenon of ‘post-truth'.

  • Use of the photovoice method in information studies

    Wednesday 1 February 2017

    Speakers: Tina Du

    This seminar series, created by the Oxford Digital Ethnography Group, gathers leading scholars and practitioners to reflect on how ethnography is adapting to the study of heavily-mediated worlds.