We invite proposals from Digital Data and Society Consortium members for presentations that account empirically and theoretically for the everyday environments, politics, activities, practices, intentionalities, imaginaries, and ethics of how data are made, experienced, interpreted, organised and mobilised. We encourage presentations that bring to the fore empirical-theoretical dialogues relating to these themes, and that reflect on these questions from complementary approaches.

 

Image Credit: Deb Verhoeven and Stuart Palmer
Please send a short abstract of approximately 100 words to: digital.ethnography@rmit.edu.au
Deadline for proposals: Monday 20th March 2017

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