An interdisciplinary conference which explores the 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
AoIR 2016 conference brings together scholars and students to discuss, from interdisciplinary perspectives, issues concerning Internet culture.
Date: 5-8 Oct 2016
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
“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
Btihaj Ajana is delivering an online keynote for the 13th Annual Congress of the Swiss Society of Sport Science. More information available on: https://wp.unil.ch/congres4s2022/program/?lang=en
Date: 9 Feb 2022
Btihaj Ajana is delivering an online keynote for the Hong Kong-based Writing Machine Collective. More details can be found on: http://www.writingmachine-collective.net/wmc_e7/online-keynote-presentation/#keynote-2
Date: 13 Sep 2021
Btihaj Ajana is running a virtual workshop and delivering a talk as part of the Future of Indeterminacy events. More details can be found on: https://indeterminacy.ac.uk/virtual-workshops-with-rosa-menkman-and-btihaj-ajana/
Date: 20 Nov 2020
Venue: Online via University of Dundee
We would like to invite you to take part in this survey study on immunity in the context of Covid-19.
The purpose of this study is to examine public perceptions and understanding of "immunity" during Covid-19 pandemic and how these influence behaviour and acceptance or rejection of protective measures such as lockdown, social distancing, self-isolation, mask wearing, and Contact Tracing Apps.
We are recruiting adults (18 +) to complete a short survey on this topic. The survey takes approximately 10 mins to complete and your responses will remain confidential.
To take part, please follow this link: https://kclbs.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bBkSpkE1v5dhtiZ
Date: July 2020