Many many thanks to all who participated in the section’s Digital Culture Meets Data: Critical Approaches Conference (University of Brighton, 6-7 November 2017). For those who couldn’t attend the conference (or for those who could attend and want to learn more about the excellent work being done on critical approaches to data), some of our speakers have written extended abstracts.
Links to the posts are listed below:
- Dan L. Burk, ‘Algorithmic fair use’
- Jennifer Colombari, ‘Digital data from non-digital city practices: A semiotic approach for understanding the meaning of a street’
- Silvia DalBen, Amanda Jurno & Polyana Inácio, ‘Tay and the cosmopolitics of chatbots’
- Raquel de Castro Dantas Cavalcante, ‘Datacratic” faults in digital learning games’
- Anna Feigenbaum, Ozlem Demirkol & Tom Sanderson, ‘Putting critical data practice into critical data studies’
- Aristea Fotopoulou, ‘The moral economy of data sharing: Ritual, performance and the “good” data subject’
- Tanya Kant, ‘Are we data? Making sense of the self outside the algorithm’
- Hurriyet Konyar, Işıl Demir & Ayşe Gül de Faveri, ‘Following digital media practices on environmental lifestyle experiences: Ethnographic observations in Antalya’
- Annette Naudin & Natalie Hart, ‘A critical exploration of the use of data visualisation methods for communicating and addressing inequalities in children and young people’s engagement with arts and culture’
- Olof Sundin, ‘Critical algorithm literacies: An emerging framework’
With very best wishes,
The conference organising team.