February 23 – lunchtime talk about Gendered Citation Practices for the Female Empowerment Network at Maastricht University This was later picked up by Science Guide. The article by Katie Digan is here (Dutch only).
March 8 – Learning from the past, looking to the future. Women in Data Science. Women in Data Science Netherlands.
March 26 – Past, present and future of AI in healthcare. AI in the Clinic Network Event, organised by Annamaria Carusi and Peter Winter. I presented some very preliminary results from the RAIDIO project about AI in image-based clinical decision making.
April 12 – Touching Data. “Touch me with your naked hand, touch me with your glove”. ART/DATA/HEALTH Seminar Series. Follow the link to register, and check out the other seminars. The last one is on 28 April.
April 13 – (Gender) Diversity and Inclusion in Digital Humanism. I will talk about women’s past involvement in computing. Other speakers include Hinda Haned, Judy Wajcman, Erin Young. Digital Humanism Initiative. Follow the link to register for this and other lectures, usually every two to three weeks. If you missed it, you can watch the video here.
June 23-25 – keynote lecture on afternoon of June 25. Title: Life in CORONA times: making sense with words, making data of senses. The workshop is open to the public. “We are all in this together” – Connectivity and community in isolation. Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis Workshop.
August 19-20 – short contribution to mark the retirement of Steve Woolgar. The title of the event is Provocation: STS after Steve Woolgar. My contribution is called ‘When Sally met Steve’. Videos may become available. If so, I’ll post the link here.
August 27 – presentation about the BA Digital Society at the AURORA Annual Conference, Digital Society & Global Citizenship.
September 21 – Seminar called Rethinking Research Infrastructures, discussion with Francesca Morselli from DANS.
September 29-30, October 1,7,8 – Terra Mosana conference. Sustainable Digital Heritage. I will give a short talk during the opening session on 29 September, called ‘Drawing the past together: Learning from Terra Mosana’.
October 6-9 – Flora Lysen and I will make a presentation at the 4S Annual Conference on Friday 8 October. The title is Genealogies of Diagnostic Assemblages: Shaping a Radiological Sense. I also had the pleasure of chairing the session in which Nelly Oudshoorn and Judy Wajcman received the JD Bernal Prizes for their contributions to STS scholarship over many years.
November 29-30 – Dutch Digital Society conference, featuring Genevieve Bell and Tarleton Gillespie. Registration is free, and now open via this link. Join us to hear Professor Bell discuss the history and future of cybernetics, and Professor Gillespie talk about how we could re-think recommender systems to downplay hate speech for example.