Btihaj Ajana will be presenting “Rethinking Healthcare through Quantified Self practices” at the 2017 International Conference on Medical Humanities, 10-11 March, Warsaw
More details on the event at:https://medhumconf.wordpress.com/
Date:10-11 Mar 2017
Btihaj Ajana will be presenting “Freedom or abandonment? Reflections on the politics of digital self-tracking” at MeCCSA 2017 conference, 11-13 January, University of Leeds.
Ajana will be discussing the connection between neoliberal ethos of freedom, choice, agency, and responsibility, and individual as well as communal practices of fitness-tracking.
More details on the event at: http://meccsa2017.org.uk/programme/
Date:11-13 Jan 2017
Btihaj Ajana is speaking about the ethical and political implications of self-tracking culture at the International Journal of Arts & Sciences’ (IJAS)/University of London Annual Conference 2016, 8-11 November 2016. More details on: http://sched.co/8fb3
Date:8-11 Nov 2016
Venue:Senate House, London
A panel discussion organised by Btihaj Ajana for the Arts and Humanties Festival 2016 at King’s College London. This panel addresses the rising trend of self-tracking and quantification, examining their applications as well as implications in various spheres of everyday life.
Date:13 Oct 2016
Venue:King's College London
A talk by Btihaj Ajana at the Theater and Performance Research Association’s event, Performing the Quantified Self: Authorship, Ownership and Autobiography in the era of Big Data, 5-7 September, Bristol University. More details on the event at:http://goo.gl/Ap0lJD
Date:5-7 Sep 2016
This one-day workshop focuses on the rising practices of self-tracking through digital devices and apps, and on the related phenomenon of the Quantified Self movement. It brings together relevant scholars to critically debate the various aspects of such practices and assess their actual and potential implications.
More details on:http://aias.au.dk/events/the-quantified-self/
Date:15 Jun 2015
Venue:Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies
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
A three-day conference devoted to privacy and data protection in relation to technology, computing and artificial intelligence.
Date:25-27 Jan 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
AoIR 2016 conference brings together scholars and students to discuss, from interdisciplinary perspectives, issues concerning Internet culture.
Date:5-8 Oct 2016