Summer School 2015

20. – 26. September 2015 // Challenging Methods

1. Lüneburg Summer School for Digital Cultures


The in­au­gu­ral is­sue of the Lüne­burg Sum­mer School for Di­gi­tal Cul­tu­res ex­plo­res the ques­ti­on and chal­len­ge of me­thods in me­dia stu­dies and di­gi­tal cul­tu­res. Hosted by the In­sti­tu­te for Ad­van­ced Stu­dy Me­dia Cul­tu­res of Com­pu­ter Si­mu­la­ti­on (MECS) and the Di­gi­tal Cul­tu­res Re­se­arch Lab (DCRL), the Lüne­burg Sum­mer School for Di­gi­tal Cul­tu­res pro­vi­des ad­van­ced trai­ning in the stu­dy of me­dia, their theo­ry, aes­t­he­tics and his­to­ry. Fo­cu­sing on one spe­cial to­pic an­nu­al­ly, it af­fords a select group of gra­dua­te stu­dents the op­por­tu­ni­ty to work with dis­tin­gu­is­hed in­ter­na­tio­nal scho­lars from all fiel­ds of me­dia stu­dies in an in­ti­ma­te and high­ly fo­cu­sed con­text and pro­vi­des a plat­form for par­ti­ci­pants to en­ga­ge in dia­lo­gue with other doc­to­ral stu­dents from around the world working in si­mi­lar or re­la­ted fiel­ds.

Hosted by Di­gi­tal Cul­tu­res Re­se­arch Lab and the In­sti­tu­te for Ad­van­ced Stu­dy on Media Cul­tu­res of Com­pu­ter Si­mu­la­ti­on; or­ga­ni­zed by Flo­ri­an Spren­ger and Chris­toph En­ge­mann

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