Skip to main content

News

Dialogues in Data Power Conference 2022 - Application Deadline for non-speakers on June 20

From June 22-24, the fourth international Dialogues in Data Power Conference will take place, this year both online and in person at the University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom, Carleton University in Canada, and the University of Bremen in Germany.

Until June 20, non-speakers can register to attend the conference for one of the three locations or online at the following link: https://onlineshop.shef.ac.uk/conferences-and-events/faculty-of-social-sciences/information-school/dialogues-in-data-power-4th-international-data-power-conference 

Participation in the keynote lecture at the University of Bremen on June 23 at 6pm is free for ZeMKI members: http://datapowerconference.org/data-power-2022/keynotes/ 

On June 24 at 1:45 pm, there will be a book launch for the book edited by Andreas Hepp, Leif Kramp, and Juliane Jarke: New Perspectives in Critical Data Studies. With contributions from each of the three sections listed below and a response by Tracey P. Lauriault:

  • Section I: Global Infrastructures and Local Invisibilities. Jack Linchuan Qiu (Department of Communications and New Media, National University of Singapore): Data Power and Counter-power with Chinese Characteristics
  • Section II: State and Data Justice. Lyndsay Grant (School of Education, University of Bristol, UK): Reconfiguring Education Through Data: How Data Practices Reconfigure Teacher Professionalism and Curriculum
  • Section III: Everyday Practices and Collective Action. Katrin Amelang (University of Bremen, Germany): (Not) Safe to Use: Insecurities in Everyday Data Practices with Period-Tracking Apps.

For further information on the conference, visit: http://datapowerconference.org  

[Translate to English:]
[Translate to English:]