This two-day multidisciplinary conference supported by the Oxford Internet Institute (OII), London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), and the Alan Turing Institute (ATI) will take place in Oxford (24th June) and London (25th June) and will provide an engaging forum for researchers from around the world to consider the broad societal implications of automated data collection, processing, and analysis in all facets of daily life.
In an effort to include diverse and uncommon perspectives from across the intellectual spectrum, the organising committee of Connected Life 2019 Data & Disorder welcomes proposals and expressions of interest from postgraduate students and faculty from all departments, including but not limited to business, computer science, digital humanities, economics, education, history, international relations, law, linguistics, literature, media and communications, philosophy, politics, psychology, and sociology. They further welcome the submission of proposals in a variety of formats, be they empirical, theoretical, qualitative, or quantitative in nature. Proposals from individual authors are welcomed alongside those from multiple contributors.
Connected Life 2019 Data & Disorder further invites proposals for its ‘Ruminations’ sub-panel, envisioned as an open platform for the sharing of novel, unexpected, or preliminary findings at any stage of development. Presentations within the sub-panel are not to exceed fifteen minutes.