Collective Experiences in the Datafied Society
Third international Data Justice conference
Date: June 19-20, 2023
Location: Cardiff University in Cardiff, UK
and online, incl. live streams of plenary sessions
Host: Data Justice Lab
£100 / £75 (early bird)
£75 / £50 students (early bird)
15 April 2023 – early bird
15 May 2023 – final deadline
This two-day conference will explore impacts, lived experiences and forms of resistance in relation to datafication. Moving beyond individual impacts and responses, it will investigate the collective dimension of datafication and community approaches to organising life in datafied societies. Hosted by the Data Justice Lab at Cardiff University’s School of Journalism, Media and Culture (JOMEC), it will bring together international scholars, practitioners, activists, and community groups to discuss the meaning and practice of social justice and collective experiences in a datafied society.
Speakers include: Catherine D’Ignazio (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US), Mirca Madianou (Goldsmiths, University of London, UK), Carolina Botero Cabrera (Karisma, Colombia), Hamid Khan (Stop LAPD Spying Coalition, US), Donna Cormack (University of Otago, New Zealand), and Patrick Williams (Manchester Metropolitan University, UK).