Category Conferences

Fifth Annual International Symposium on Digital Ethics

Tomorrow I’ll be participating in the Fifth Annual International Symposium on Digital Ethics at Loyola University. The talk I’m giving is called “Nonparticipation and Global Digital Citizenship.” Information below is from the Center for Digital Ethics and Policy website. Here’s the schedule. ——————————————————————————————————— The Center for Digital Ethics and Policy at Loyola University Chicago is […]

Wear Me: Art | Technology | Body

Next week I’ll be giving a talk at the Wear Me: Art | Technology | Body curated art exhibit and small academic symposium which will be hosted by the Decimal Lab and the University of Ontario Institute of Technology. My paper is “Re-Ontologizing the Body: Data and Wearable Personal Status Monitoring (PSM) Devices” and takes […]

Critical Data Studies

I’ve organized a panel on Critical Data Studies for this year’s Canadian Communication Association Conference, which will be held during Canada’s Congress of the Humanities and Social Science in Ottawa from May 30th to June 5th, 2015. The panel is part of the Technology and Emerging Media stream. A preliminary program has been released and […]

The Professoriate Talks: Academic Freedom Goes Online

I’m presenting another communication paper, this time titled “The Professoriate Talks: Academic Freedom Goes Online,” as part of the Big Data and Free Speech panel at the The Eleventh International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on Saturday, May 23 at 11:00am. I’ll be talking mostly about Figure/Ground, what it […]

The Curator, the Laggard, and the Non-Believer: A Typology of Voluntary Information and Communication Technology Non-Users

I’ll be presenting a paper titled “The Curator, the Laggard, and the Non-Believer: A Typology of Voluntary Information and Communication Technology Non-Users” at the Annual Meeting for the Association of American Geographers (AAG) in Chicago on Tuesday April 21st at 11:20am. The paper is part of a two-panel presentation hosted and organized by the Oxford […]

Logic, Mathematics, and Philosophy conference at Purdue

This weekend Purdue will be hosting an international conference on Logic, Mathematics, and Philosophy. This is the American version of the event that I participated in at Université de Paris Ouest Nanterre and which was made possible with the support of the Partner University Fund, a program of the French American Cultural Exchange as part […]

French and Analytic Philosophy in the 20th Century

I’ll be in Paris at the Université de Paris Ouest (Nanterre La Défense) from roughly June 22 – June 27 (and then hanging around until July 6) participating in a seminar on French Philosophy and Analytic Philosophy in the 20th Century. The Partner University Fund (PUF), a program of the French American Cultural Exchange, has awarded […]