I am PhD visiting research fellow in Visual Sociology at Goldsmiths, University of London. You will find more information about me and my research projects in these posts or at the About page of my photoblog. Please feel free to participate by posting feedback or contacting me directly:
I am going to run a 2 hr hand-on workshop on Zotero, a superb application that tracks and organises your references (Free and Open Source Software). The workshop is part of the Graduate Festival ‘Cultural Alternatives’ running at Goldsmiths Graduate School from 29 April to 17 May 2013.
Bring your own netbook with Zotero Stand Alone or as a plug-in for Firefox on Tue 14th of May at 11.30 NAB LG01. Download Zotero here.
I want to share my new setup and workflow while writing my PhD thesis in Visual Sociology, which is going to be conceptualised around, edited with, and printed by Free Libre and Open Source Software (FLOSS).
Zotero Standalone. The first innovation I have brought in is the use of Zotero Standalone Application (ZSA), which is still in the debugging and testing stage, but it does work and sync very well… [...]
Following comments and an exchange of emails from my previous post about the bronze lions outside the HSBS headquarter in Canary Wharf, London, I am extremely pleased to publish this amazing series of photographs about Hong Kong and the bronze lions there. Mr. Hagan’s two black-and-white photos were taken in the 50′s, and the two colour ones very recently, when he re-visited China with his youngest grandson. An… [...]
I had a bit of problems with the possibility of inserting my ZOTERO references in the pdf book I have been working on lately. Being it a photobook, I thought not to have a traditional Bibliography at the end of the text: that would have been a bit too heavy. Instead, I opted for a more flexible footnote style of referencing, such as Chicago without bibliography. The problem was that… [...]
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Parisi, Luciana, and Tiziana Terranova. 2001. “A Matter of Affect: Digital Images and the Cybernetic Re-Wiring of Vision.” Parallax 7 (4): 122–127. doi:10.1080/13534640110089294. http://tiny.cc/ndgovw.
Papademas, Diana, and the International Visual Sociology Association. 2009. “IVSA Code of Research Ethics and Guidelines.” Visual Studies 24 (3): 250–257. doi:10.1080/14725860903309187. http://tiny.cc/jbgovw.
Humphries, Reynold. 2008. Hollywood’s Blacklists: A Political and Cultural History. Edinburgh University Press.
Schrecker, Ellen. 1998. Many Are the Crimes: Mccarthyism in America. Little, Brown Boston.
“Links for ‘Data Visualisation for Humanities Researchers’.” 2013. CHASE Going Digital. Accessed February 20. http://tiny.cc/mme7tw.
Slater, Tom. 2013. “Your Life Chances Affect Where You Live: A Critique of the ‘Cottage Industry’ of Neighbourhood Effects Research.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 37 (2): 367–387. doi:10.1111/j.1468-2427.2013.01215.x. http://tiny.cc/ele7tw.