Relevant External Events

10-12 Mar 2017

2017 International Conference on Medical Humanities

An interdisciplinary conference which exploresthe social, historical and cultural dimensions of medicine. It focuses on issues relevant to medical knowledge, public health policy, the experience of being ill and of caring for those who are ill.

Date:10-12 Mar 2017

Venue:Warsaw

25-27 Jan 2017

Computers, Privacy and Data Protection 2017

A three-day conference devoted to privacy and data protection in relation to technology, computing and artificial intelligence.

Date:25-27 Jan 2017

Venue:Brussels

11-13 Jan 2017

MeCCSA Conference 2017

MeCCSA Annual Conference 2017 will address the intersection between media cultures/technologies and the political aspirations of freedom and equality in various contexts.

Call for Papers: http://meccsa2017.org.uk/call-for-papers/

Date:11-13 Jan 2017

Venue:University of Leeds

5-8 Oct 2016

Association of Internet Researchers Conference 2016

AoIR 2016 conference brings together scholars and students to discuss, from interdisciplinary perspectives, issues concerning Internet culture.

Date:5-8 Oct 2016

Venue:Berlin

19-20 Sep 2016

World Congress on Health & Medical Sociology

An international conference on medical sociology that aims to address the critical role social factors play in determining or influencing the health of individuals, groups, and the larger society.

Date:19-20 Sep 2016

Venue:Las Vegas

31 Aug - 3 Sep 2016

4s/EASST Conference Barcelona 2016

“Science and Technology by Other Means – Exploring collectives, spaces and futures”.

Of special relevance is the panel, Digital subjectivities in the global context: new technologies of the self.

More details at: http://goo.gl/f4EFNx

Date:31 Aug - 3 Sep 2016

Venue:Barcelona

Our Events and Activities

Metric Health

Invited keynote talk at the Quantified Bodies congress, University of Coimbra. More details:https://www.uc.pt/fluc/uidief/thequantificationofbodies

Date:28-30 Nov 2019

Venue:University of Coimbra

Sharing and Its Discontents in Self-Tracking Culture

Invited talk by Btihaj Ajana at Health technologies in practice: between the home and the clinic, 19-20 June 2019, University of Sheffield.

Date:19-20 Jun 2019

Venue:University of Sheffield

1984 Revisited

Btihaj Ajana is an invited speaker at The Cheltenham Science Festival for the event, "1984 Revisited": https://www.cheltenhamfestivals.com/science/whats-on/2019/george-orwell-nineteen-eighty-four-revisited/

Date:6 Jun 2019

Venue:Cheltenham Science Festival

Digital Ethics in practice; future considerations of innovation

Btihaj Ajana is an invited keynote speaker at theDigital Government 2019 conference, more details here: https://digital-government.co.uk/agenda/

Date:22 May 2019

Venue:Queen Elisabeth II Centre, London

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