Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies
The Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies (CIM) was established at Warwick in 2012 to foster innovative and experimental forms of knowledge production, through a sustained focus on methodology. CIM is dedicated to expanding the role of interdisciplinary methods through new lines of inquiry that cut across disciplinary boundaries, both intellectually and institutionally. Method is central to the formation and transformation of (disciplinary) knowledges and the challenge of working across and in between disciplines is both exciting and pressing.
Our research team is drawn from across the Humanities and Social Sciences, with expertise in cartography, cultural economy, aesthetics, digital media, software studies, topology, complexity, value and valuation, and food studies. We currently have a range of projects under way that are advancing knowledge in these areas of expertise (see Research) and we are also exploring new collaborations. More...
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Tkacz on Trolls and Web Collaboration
Nate Tkacz has published an article in The Fibreculture Journal special issue on 'trolls and the negative space of the internet'. Abstract:
The warm and fuzzy rhetorics of network cultures–words like collaboration, participation and open communities–have always been made possible through acts of ana…