The digital shift re-shapes the cultural sectors, and, indeed, everyday life, politics, law, and economics. The Centre for Digital Cultures (CDC), affiliated to Leuphana University of Lüneburg, examines this shift through a range of inter-disciplinary methodologies, including media, cultural and social studies, through knowledge creation and transfer, as well as by developing experimental and interventionist media practices.
Centre for Digital Cultures (CDC)
Akteurinnen für urbanen Ungehorsam
Akteurinnen für urbanen Ungehorsam (Maja-Lee Voigt, Cesrin Schneider, Charlotte Niewerth, and Juliane Bötel) is an interdisciplinary city research collective. While they combine experience and expertise in fields such as architecture, communication design, and political and urban studies, their toolbox is based on critical feminist thinking as well as ethnographic research methods. With it, they tackle questions of cities in crisis, forms of dwelling, and ideas of future urban life.
Institute of Sociology and Cultural Organisation (ISKO)
The Institute of Sociology and Cultural Organisation (ISCO) is part of the Faculty of Cultural Studies at Leuphana University of Lüneburg. The research at ISCO is focused on topics of sociology and on issues of cultural organisation(s) in society. Mostly in the degree programs of the Faculty of Cultural Studies we teach general sociological and cultural theoretical courses and interdisciplinary courses of organisational theory with respect to arts and culture.
Institute for Culture and Society – Western Sydney University
The Institute for Culture and Society researches transformations in culture and society in the context of contemporary global change. It champions collaborative engaged research in the humanities and social sciences for a globalizing digital age.