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Control Societies Speaker Series

Annenberg School for Communication - Room 500 3620 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA

The Control Societies Speaker Series brings cutting-edge scholars from around the world to Penn with the aim of exploring how the philosophical foundations of algorithms and data intersect with governmentality, surveillance, social policy, and power relations. Speakers include leading thinkers who engage in scholarship around critical data, media studies, computational or algorithmic cultures, software studies, […]

“Stoodis: Indigenous Political Identities and Digital Activism”

Annenberg School for Communication - Room 500 3620 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA

Part of the Control Societies Technocratic Forces & Ontologies of Difference 2018-2019 Speaker Series. Lecturer: Cindy Tekobbe, University of Alabama

Control Societies Speaker Series

Annenberg School for Communication - Room 500 3620 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA

The Control Societies Speaker Series brings renowned scholars and thinkers to explore the philosophical foundations of algorithms, data, and their intersections with governmentality, surveillance, social policy, and power relations. Speaker: Elvin Wyly, University of British Columbia A recording of the talk is available here.

Control Societies Speaker Series

Annenberg School for Communication - Room 500 3620 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA

The Control Societies Speaker Series brings renowned scholars and thinkers to explore the philosophical foundations of algorithms, data, and their intersections with governmentality, surveillance, social policy, and power relations. Speaker: Bernard Harcourt, Columbia University

Control Societies Speaker Series

Annenberg School for Communication - Room 500 3620 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA

The Control Societies Speaker Series brings renowned scholars and thinkers to explore the philosophical foundations of algorithms, data, and their intersections with governmentality, surveillance, social policy, and power relations. Speaker: Liz de Freitas, Manchester Metropolitan University

Control Societies Speaker Series

Annenberg School for Communication - Room 500 3620 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA

The Control Societies Speaker Series brings renowned scholars and thinkers to explore the philosophical foundations of algorithms, data, and their intersections with governmentality, surveillance, social policy, and power relations. Speaker: Andre Brock, University of Michigan View a recording of this talk here.

Control Societies Speaker Series

Annenberg School for Communication - Room 500 3620 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA

The Control Societies Speaker Series brings renowned scholars and thinkers to explore the philosophical foundations of algorithms, data, and their intersections with governmentality, surveillance, social policy, and power relations. Speaker: Ingrid Barrington, Data & Society A recording of the talk is available here.

Control Societies Speaker Series

Annenberg School for Communication - Room 500 3620 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA

The Control Societies Speaker Series brings renowned scholars and thinkers to explore the philosophical foundations of algorithms, data, and their intersections with governmentality, surveillance, social policy, and power relations. Speaker: Finn Brunton, New York University

Control Societies Speaker Series

Annenberg School for Communication - Room 500 3620 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA

The Control Societies Speaker Series brings renowned scholars and thinkers to explore the philosophical foundations of algorithms, data, and their intersections with governmentality, surveillance, social policy, and power relations. Speaker: Shannon Mattern, The New School

Control Societies Speaker Series

Annenberg School for Communication - Room 500 3620 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA

The Control Societies Speaker Series brings renowned scholars and thinkers to explore the philosophical foundations of algorithms, data, and their intersections with governmentality, surveillance, social policy, and power relations. Speaker: Alexander Galloway, New York University   View a recording of the talk here.