Data Dryad

PaperHive Conversations: Meredith Morovati

Meredith Morovati has been the Executive Director of Dryad, a curated resource that makes the data underlying scientific publications discoverable,freely reusable, and citable, since late 2014. Morovati has been working in Management, Marketing, and nonprofits for over…


Risk Criticism by Molly Wallace

PaperHive Conversations: Molly Wallace

Molly Wallace is an Associate Professor at Queen’s University, Canada. In the past, she has been published in ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment, Contemporary Literature, Cultural Critique, and symplokē. Her most recent work, Risk Criticism,…


Girls of Liberty by Margalit Shilo

PaperHive Conversations: Margalit Shilo

Margalit Shilo is a professor in Land of Israel Studies and Archaeology Department at Bar Ilan University in Ramat Gan, Israel. Her research focus lies on the history of Jewish women in pre-state Israel, i.e. Yishuv. Her previous books Princess…


Jyoti Puri

PaperHive Conversations: Jyoti Puri

Jyoti Puri is Professor of Sociology at Simmons College; her teaching coincides with the fields of sexuality and queer studies, and postcolonial feminist theory. In her new book, Sexual States: Governance and the Struggle against the…


Maryna Viazovska

PaperHive Conversations: Maryna Viazovska

Dr. Maryna Viazovska from Humboldt Universität Zu Berlin recently published two papers in which she puts an end to a nearly 400 year old mathematics conjecture. The Sphere Packing Problem in Dimensions 8 and 24 were released just two weeks…



Comunes

Comunes: Sharing Economy And Free Culture

The Comunes Convention 4-7 May, 2016 is dedicated to Sharing Economy and Free Culture. With the support of Goethe-Institut this year it takes place in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The conference aims to bring together researchers and entrepreneurs to discuss and…


research

Research Collaboration: a Chain Reaction

Collaboration in research has been an essential element in developing new technologies throughout the entire human history. Passing on knowledge from generation to generation, each of which learning and improving it, is a never ending chain reaction of collaboration. In the 17th century,…


Enduring Uncertainty by Ines Hasselberg

PaperHive Conversations: Ines Hasselberg

Ines Hasselberg is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Centre for Criminology (2013-2016) and project leader for “The Postcolonial Prison: Citizenship, Punishment and Mobility” at the Faculty of Law in Oxford University. Hasselberg is also a PhD in Anthropology and…


McLaughlin

PaperHive Conversations: Greg McLaughlin

Professor Dr Gregory McLaughlin is a sociologist, an associate of the Glasgow Media Group at the University of Glasgow, researcher and writer. This year, his first book, The War Correspondent, got its second edition released with Pluto…