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