Lectures and presentations in 2022
27-28 January – ‘How do we study patients affected by AI?’, Institute for Science in Society, Radboud University Nijmegen.
3-4 March – Towards a Research and Innovation Roadmap to achieve the ambitions of the Digital Humanism Manifesto, Vienna.
3 June – Citational Justice: Definitions, Measurement, Tactics. Together with Aurélie Carlier, we will talk to colleagues at CWTS. The seminar is online, from 15:00-16:15. More details and link to a video of the presentation can be found here.
6-9 July – Madrid. EASST Conference, Politics of Technoscientific Futures. I am particularly looking forward to subplenary I am co-organising with Nina Klimburg-Witjes and Michela Cozza. The title (in haiku form): Methods, forms and norms – Techno-science-fictional – Gazing at the stars. The aim is to stimulate the (individual and collective) EASST imagination through paying attention to and engaging with poetic, literary and artistic renderings of techno-scientific futures. The speakers are Katja Mayer, Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, and Laura Watts.
We organised a short story, flash fiction and poetry competition, together with this sub-plenary. Deadline for entries has passed. Winners will be announced on 7 July, at the end of the sub-plenary.
During the lunchbreak on 7 July, I have the pleasure of saying a few words at the launch of the Handbook of the Anthropology of Technology, edited by Maja Hojer Bruun, Ayo Wahlberg, Rachel Douglas-Jones, Cathrine Hasse, Klaus Hoeyer, Dorthe Brogård Kristensen & Brit Ross Winthereik.
On 6-7 July, I’ll be taking part in the sessions on the Futures of AI in Medical Imaging, convened by Flora Lysen (Maastricht University), Jojanneke Drogt (Utrecht University), Mirjam Pot (Universität Vienna) & Paul Trauttmannsdorff (Universität Vienna).
29-30 August – I have been invited to give one of the keynote lectures at Reframing Automated Decision Making (ADM): Concepts, Values, Alternatives. Conference organised by ADM Nordic Perspectives Research Network. Copenhagen. I’m going with this title: Androids/Sheep/Body Electric: Talking about automation for a better future
7 October – I’ll be taking part in the DARIAH Friday Frontiers webinar series, talking about citational justice again. The title of my talk is Has anyone cited a woman? Citational justice in the humanities and elsewhere. For those who have been part of the digital humanities (DH) for a while, you might recognise the reference to Deb Verhoeven’s address to the DH conference in Sydney, 2015. Registration is required.
28 November – I helped to co-organise the Digital Society conference, together with Marcel Broersma and Geert-Jan Houben.