Talks

Talks at the Philosophy of Human-Technology Relations Conference

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Last 4-7 November, Anouk Geenen, Corelia Baibarac-Duignan, and Julieta Matos Castaño presented part of their research at the https://phtr2020.events/. Would you like to know more about their work? Have a look at their talks! Anouk Geenen, Julieta Matos Castaño, Mascha van der Voort, Peter Paul Verbeek- ‘How to anticipate the mediation of values with stakeholders: […]

Workshops

Join our workshop at the Philosophy of Human-Technology Relations conference!

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“Agonistic engagement spaces: towards democratising the smart city” Philosophy of Human-Technology Relations (held online), University of Twente, 4-7 November 2020 Workshop date & time: Thursday, 5 November, 17:15-18:45 In this workshop, we invite participants to engage and reflect on a methodological framework based on ‘agonistic engagement spaces’ (Mouffe, 2000) in the context of human-technology-city interactions […]

Workshops

Interesting lessons from a workshop for Co-Designing Local Data Interfaces

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On September 19th, Corelia Baibarac-Duignan organised a workshop to explore neighborhood ‘data’ and re-imagine neighbourhood futures, together with residents of Leidsche Rijn (Utrecht). The workshop was guided by the questions: ‘What is data?’,  ‘Who decides?’ and ‘How can it be made meaningful for the future of the neighborhood?’. Rather than focusing on data  understood from […]

Courses

Welcome to two master students working on the project

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With the start of the new semester in September, two new MSc students joined the project as part of their graduation project. We’d like to introduce you to Eeuwe Krikke and Anne-Joke Wijsmuller; two eager Design-students who are interested in exploring collaboration in the smart city further. Eeuwe will focus on approaches to turn controversies […]