Face to Interface – Introduction
Welcome to “Face to Interface”, the Research Blog of the Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) team of the MOZART project!
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About the team
This blog is managed by the Social Sciences and Humanities team of the MOZART project, based at the Long Room Hub, Arts & Humanities Research Institute, Trinity College Dublin.
Dr. Jennifer Edmond is Associate Professor of Digital Humanities at Trinity College Dublin, Co-director of the Trinity Centerfor Digital Humanities, Director of the MPhil in Digital Humanities and Culture and a funded Investigator of the SFI ADAPT Centre. Her current research explores interdisciplinarity, humanistic and hybrid research processes, and the emergence of critical digital humanities as a contributor to both research and technology development.
Dr. Pat Treusch is a MSCA research fellow in the H+ programme at the Trinity Long Room Hub. Her work focuses on transforming human-machine relations from the perspective of Feminist Science and Technology Studies and Critical Digital Humanities. She is especially interested in interdisciplinary research methods, practices, and concepts of a co-shaping of tech in design and development. In her MSCA project “EVOLVE_AI”, she explores the role of emotions for AI-powered technologies beyond the figure of the humanlike.
Dr. Ginevra Sanvitale is a postdoctoral researcher at the Trinity Center for Digital Humanities. Her research interests include historical and STS perspectives on emotions and technology; political histories of computing; feminist approaches to technological development; marginalized and non-institutional actors in the history of technology.