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News from the hyposphere. Scholarly blogging in France

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Communication d'Aurélien Berra au colloque "Weblogs in den Geisteswissenschaften oder: Vom Entstehen einer neuen Forschungskultur", 9 mars 2012, Munich.

Communication d'Aurélien Berra au colloque "Weblogs in den Geisteswissenschaften oder: Vom Entstehen einer neuen Forschungskultur", 9 mars 2012, Munich.

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  • 'News from the Hyposphere. Scholarly Blogging in France' est une présentation de la plateforme Hypotheses.org.

    L'enregistrement, qui inclut les diapositives, est également disponible ! Vous pouvez le voir en ligne (https://cast.itunes.uni-muenchen.de/vod/clips/4NMsurDBQF/flash.html) ou le télécharger (https://cast.itunes.uni-muenchen.de/vod/clips/4NMsurDBQF/quicktime.mp4).

    All comments welcome, for example on the weblog 'Philologie à venir' (http://philologia.hypotheses.org/). Danke !
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  • 1. News from the HyposphereScholarly Blogging in France Aurélien Berra Université Paris-Ouest & UMR 8210 ANHIMA Weblogs in den Geisteswissenschaften oder: Vom Entstehen einer neuen ForschungskulturBayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Munich, 09.03.2012
  • 2. William MorrisNews from Nowhere (1890)
  • 3. Edward BellamyLooking Backward (1887)
  • 4. d d Une équipe soutenue par 4 Texteinstitutions de recherche françaises de premier plan
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  • 7. Billets et commentaires1500011250 7500 3750 0 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Nombre de nouveaux billets publiés Nombre de commentaires approuvés (carnets portail)
  • 8. Scholarly blogging L’espace du blogging scientifique public (conférence) (publication)oral écrit (conversation) (correspondance) privé
  • 9. “Exploring the conversational dimension of this life of the mind”It seems to me that someone who merely proclaims, thrashes his arms and […] dances sweatilybefore us online or via YouTube, however important his message to us, is still in the mode ofcommunication as transmission, i.e. the Shannon-Weaver model applied to "how... men communicate,one with one another" (Weaver, Scientific American 181.1, July 1949). One-way, whether designedto wow, blow the mind, or just transmit facts. A very old fashioned thing, essentially.One lesson that Jerome McGann taught me or confirmed has to do with the value and possiblecentrality of conversation to the life of the mind: not proclaiming what one thinks to be truebut venturing thoughts, sometimes half-baked or less, in order to engage others in findingthings out. Doing this -- really the evolved purpose of Humanist -- seems to me far more radicalthan performing before the video-camera. I see a future for a new kind of media intellectual whodoes that. Do you?[…] But as far as doing more with what we have, exploring the conversational dimension of thislife of the mind seems to me to be very promising indeed.Comments?Yours,WM Willard McCarty, “Media-intellectual behaviour”, Humanist Discussion Group, 25, 758, 25.02.2012
  • 10. “Silent conversation”
  • 11. “Unexpected reader”
  • 12. Fifteen Types of Blogshttp://www.openedition.org/catalogue-notebooks?lang=fr (March 2012) Carnet de programme de recherche (97) Research program Carnet de chercheur (44) Individual research Carnet de structure de recherche (40) Research institution Carnet de séminaire (33) Seminar Carnet de thèse (28) Doctoral research Carnet de veille (25) Scientific watch Carnet de débat (13) DebatesCarnet d’accompagnement de publication (12) Linked to a publication Carnet de méthodologie (8) Methodology Carnet de terrain (8) Fieldwork Carnet d’événement (6) Event Carnet de bibliothèque (6) Library Carnet de master (6) Master research Carnet média (5) MediaCarnet de vulgarisation (3) (Human and social) science(s) education
  • 13. Individual research
  • 14. Doctoral research
  • 15. Multi-authored blogs
  • 16. Scientific watch
  • 17. Libraries, FAQ
  • 18. Excavations, archives
  • 19. Photoblogs
  • 20. Seminars
  • 21. Debates, science education in HSS
  • 22. Research programs
  • 23. Blogs linked to a journal
  • 24. Blogs linked to books
  • 25. Centre pour l’édition électronique ouverte cleo.cnrs.fr
  • 26. Danke für eure Aufmerksamkeit!