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Postgraduate Conference 2018

CIM Postgraduate Conference 2019

With/In Digital

What does it mean to be with/in the digital? Who (and what) participates with/in the digital? What practices, subjectivities, and materialities emerge through participating with/in the digital? What are the modes of participation with/in the digital? What exclusions/inclusions are enacted with/in the digital? How does power flow with/in the digital? What kinds of research do we do with/in the digital?

The With/in Digital conference is organised by postgraduate students from the Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies (CIM) and aims to provide a space to explore different notions of participation and being with/in the digital. We invite contributions from postgraduates or scholars who engage the themes outlined above from a variety of disciplinary perspectives, such as media studies, aesthetics, art, cultural studies, design, political science, computer science, machine learning, big data, business studies, sociology, or anthropology.

With/in Digital welcomes everyone on 27th June.

Invited keynote speakers: David Garcia and Christian Nold.

For anyone who is interested in participating, please click the registration link on the right.

With/in Digital
Conference Programme

27 June 2019, 10:00 - 18:00

Room PS1.28, Sciences, University of Warwick

Morning Sessions

10:00 - 10:30 opening address


10:40 - 11:40 panel 1 participation with/in digital

Youth, Participation and Power Dynamics on Social Media

Jessica Ussher

Tech Literacy for Digital Natives: An Interactive Approach

Sophie Fitzpatrick

A Critical Discussion of Addiction in Digital Practices

Yang Qin


11:50 - 12:50 panel 2 political economies with/in digital

The In/Expert in Digital

Stacy Wood

Give Data, Get Work: An Overview of the Data Usage on Food Delivery Platform Workers

Mohammad Sajjad Hussain

Unpacking the Black Box of Cyberpolitics: A Literature Approach on Political Participation in Social Media

Wenhao Bi


lunch break

13:00 - 14:00

Afternoon Sessions

14:10 - 15:10 panel 3 politics with/in digital

Where Digital Worlds Meet - Exploring Civic Hackathon Events and Data through an Ontological Framework

Ville Aula

Feminicide and Open Data

Helena Suárez Val


afternoon break

15:10 - 15:50

15:50 - 16:50 panel 4 aesthetics with/in digital

There’s Nobody Here: On Music (Playing from another Room)

Jack Wilson

Microcelebrity: Gaining the Fame and Wealth on Social Media

Bella Shi

A Cultural Critique of Tagging - Politics and Aesthetics of Categorisation in the Age of Social Media

Nicola Bozzi


17:00 - 18:00 closing panel with/in digital

Chair: Nerea Calvillo González

Invited keynote speakers: Christian Nold, David Garcia


after with/in digital reception

Event Details:

27th June, 2019
10:00 - 18:00

At PS1.28

Physical Sciences, First Floor

Across the Main Library Bridge and near the Physics building.

Note:
This programme is created for viewing purposes only.