GUEST TALKS

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GUEST TALKS

 

  • "Tracking Surveillance Meta... what? A reflexive stroll through interdisciplinary collaboration" with Chris MacPhee, Director of Operations, Centre for Advanced Computer – 21 June 2019, The Surveillance Studies Summer Seminar, 17-22 June, Queen's University
     

  • "The Cybernetic Governmentality of Apple" – 13 February 2019, SOCY 304 “Surveillance & Empire” instructed by Dr. Alix Johnson, Department of Sociology, Queen’s University
     

  • "A Day in the Life of Metadata" with Chris MacPhee, Director of Operations, Centre for Advanced Computer – 6 February 2019, Surveillance Studies Centre, Department of Sociology, Queen’s University
     

  • "A Day in the Life of Metadata" – 27 September 2018, SOC/POL 3387 “Surveillance, Security & Society” instructed by Dr. Benjamin Muller, Department of Political Science, King’s University College, Western University
     

  • "Visibility, Legibility, and Harm: a Day in the Life of Metadata" – 6 June 2018, Centre for Advanced Internet Studies, Ruhr University, Bochum, Germany
     

  • "Digital Privacy" – Summer School des Projektverbunds Digitale Gesellschaft NRW – Stärkung und Sicherung der Demokratie in der digitalen Gesellschaft 26 July 2018, Bonn University, Germany
     

  • "A Cybernetic Epistemology of iOS: or, how and whether to (re)invigorate ‘bottom-up’ digital privacy" – 6 June 2018, Centre for Advanced Internet Studies, Ruhr University, Bochum, Germany
     

  • "Surveillance and Privacy" – King’s University College, Western University, the Department of History – HIST4701E “Canada and the United States” instructed by Dr. Stephanie Bangarth, 7 November 2017
     

  • "Surveillance: Borders and Beyond" featured lecture with Tom Walters, Robert Osbourne – Ryerson University, The School of Journalism. “Making Sense When the World Doesn’t Teach-in”, 13 March 2017
     

  • "Noise and Surveillance" – King’s University College, Western University, the Department of Political Science – POL4432 “Culture, Technology, Politics” instructed by Dr. Benjamin Muller, 20 November 2016
     

  • "Surveillance and Privacy" – King’s University College, Western University, the Department of History – HIST4701E “Canada and the United States” instructed by Dr. Stephanie Bangarth, 8 November 2016