Participants should send an abstract (300-400 words) to email@example.com by 30.06.2021. Please specify in which session (below) you would like to present. Since the sessions are small and discussion-oriented, we would find a date and time in September 2021 that fits the attendees’ schedules the best.
The workshop will be held in September 2021 and consists of six 90-minute sessions organised around the topics mentioned in the below table. Each session is led by a more experienced researcher and has only three presenters (individuals or groups). The focus is on the discussions after the presentations, where the small group has enough time to engage meaningfully in providing others with feedback, comments, and ideas. There will be a final session with all participants, where we collectively discuss future plans and research directions.
|Azadeh Akbari||Academic Staff (Post-Doc), Political Geography Working Group, University of Münster||Platform Surveillance|
|Chenai Chair||Special Advisor for Africa Innovation at Mozilla||Surveillance and gender|
|Shyam Krishna||PhD Candidate, Digital Organisation and Society Research Centre, Royal Holloway University of London||Workplace datafication and surveillance|
|Midori Ogasawara||Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Victoria||Surveillance & COVID-19|
|Ozgun Topak||Assistant Professor, Department of Social Science, York University||Surveillance and democracy|
|Keren Weitzberg||Lecturer (Teaching), History|
Department, University College London (UCL) and independent consultant
|Surveillance and humanitarian aid|