Call for Papers

Connected_Life_2019: Data & Disorder

Connected Life 2019

Theme: Data & Disorder

24th & 25th June, 2019

Special Annoucement: Partnership with LSE/ATI, extended paper deadline, and our first keynote speaker!

This year’s Connected Life has expanded and will be held at both Oxford (24th June) and London (25th June), supported by the Oxford Internet Institute (OII), London School of Economics (LSE), and the Alan Turing Institute (ATI). In light of this, we have extended our call for papers deadline to 12th April 2019. We welcome proposals and expressions of interests from all disciplines and in a variety of formats.

 

We are also thrilled to announce our first confirmed keynote speaker: the wonderful Prof. Ifeoma Ajunwa (Cornell University and Law School, Berkman Klein Center of Harvard University).

“A 2018 recipient of the Derrick A. Bell Award from the Association of American Law Schools, Dr. Ajunwa is the Assistant Professor of Labor and Employment Law at Cornell University, and Associated Faculty Member at Cornell Law School.  She is also a Faculty Associate at the Berkman Klein Center at Harvard Law School and an Affiliate of the Center for the Study of Inequality at Cornell University. Dr. Ajunwa’s research interests are at the intersection of law and technology with a particular focus on the ethical governance of workplace technologies.”

Registration

Registration will open in May and will be through this website. Please check back for more details.

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About

Based at Oxford University, Connected Life 2019 Data & Disorder will provide an engaging forum for a cross-disciplinary network of researchers from around the world to consider the broad societal implications of automated data collection, processing, and analysis in all facets of daily life. In an effort to include diverse perspectives from across the intellectual spectrum, the student-led conference welcomes proposals from postgraduate students and faculty from all departments, including but not limited to business, computer science, digital humanities, economics, education, history, international relations, law, linguistics, literature, media and communications, philosophy, politics, psychology, and sociology.

 

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