- The aim of the course is to show the anthropological perspective and introduce several new optics for analysis and critical reflection of the digital humanities field , and particularly on the phenomenon of the Digital.
- Able to efficiently communicate based on the goals and communication situations
- Work with information: find, define and use the information from different sources which required for solving of research and professional problems
- Understand the ways of visualization and spatial representation of social objects and phenomena
- Capable of mastering special literature in several languages
- Capable of understanding and taking into account social and cultural differences in professional activity
- Capable of developing in students of general and vocational education institutions a tolerant attitude towards social, cultural, psychological and other differences between people, understanding and respect for ethnocultural specificities.
- The skill of discussing and analyzing sensitive topics, abstracting from a personal backround
- The ability to find a balance between different approaches and interpretations of reality under study
- Capable of processing information sources using quantitative and qualitative methods of analysis
- The optics and methods of exploring the DigitalRethinking digital humanities in anthropological critical framework
- New media. Rethinking the information balance of power between the public and the eliteshow digital technologies have opened up new opportunities and repertoire of practices for the general civil society and changed the balance of political forces in the information field
- The Spatial Dimension of the Digital.What social phenomena can humanitarians actually map and how can it contribute to the research?
- The Identification AuthorityDigital technologies as agents of transparency, deprivation, structural violence and control o Biopolitics in post-pandemic world o Migrants and border studies
- Digital SovereigntyNomos of the Earth and nomos of the Platform, Digital Environment and software
- Administrative panopticonDigital as a source and key to the new forms of panopticon
- Governmentality vs Environmentalityo What is specifically “human(-related)” in digital humanities? o Digital approach to the studies of non-human actors and environment. What’s the difference? o What’s specific about digital humanities optics? o Are digital humanities always about “big data” and are the applicable on the micro-level research cases?
- Coming of Age in Social Networksboundaries of the digital self, formation of identity of a kid and a grown-ups via social networks and blogging
- Death and anonymity in a digital societyo Dead people's accounts and necropolitics o Personal data as archives that do not belong to anyone: ethics and research engagement practices o Who has the right to own the personal digital “legacy” of the deceased?
- Identity of a human and identity of a User: new regimes of subjectivity.The power of Platforms and the influence of physical/ virtual death on the pecularities, forms and regimes of the ways the Subjects exists in the (real) world
- Corporality, Medicine and Bioethics in the framework of digital authorityPrivate and public in the era of digital data. Medical Panopticon.
- Underberg, N. M., & Zorn, E. (2013). Digital Ethnography : Anthropology, Narrative, and New Media (Vol. 1st ed). Austin: University of Texas Press. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edsebk&AN=548651
- Terras, M. M., Nyhan, J., & Vanhoutte, E. (2013). Defining Digital Humanities : A Reader. Farnham, Surrey, England: Routledge. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edsebk&AN=608888