Next month I will be visiting England to give talks and meet colleagues. It’s a whirlwind visit, with 8 talks at 7 universities in five days. The itinerary and further details are provided below for those who might be interested in coming along to any of the talks.
Monday 12 January
- 10.30 am—3.00 pm: NSMNSS Knowledge Exchange Event, London: Speaking on ‘Using social media for academic work – possibilities, benefits and risks’. Further details here.
- 5.00 pm—6.30 pm: Seminar at UCL, London. Speaking on ‘Fabricated data bodies: reflections on 3D printed digital body objects in medical and health domains‘. Venue: Daryll Forde room, Department of Anthropology, UCL.
Tuesday 13 January
- 2.00 pm—4.00 pm: Sociological Perspectives on Digital Health event, Warwick University. Speaking on ‘Critical digital health studies: a research agenda’. Further details here.
- 5.00 pm-7.00 pm: What is Digital Sociology? event, Warwick University. Speaking on ‘What is digital sociology?’. Further details here.
Wednesday 14 January
- 9.30 am—12.00 pm: Workshop at the Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, Green Templeton College, Oxford University. Workshop topic is ‘Theorising and researching medical and health apps and wearable self-tracking devices‘.
- 5.00 pm—7.00 pm: Digital Sociology event, Goldsmiths, University of London. Speaking on a panel on ‘Digital sociology, digital cultures, web science, data science … what’s the difference?’. Further details here.
Thursday 15 January
- 10.00 am—4.00 pm: ‘Biosensors in Everyday Life’ workshop at Lancaster University. Speaking on ‘Self-tracking cultures: thinking sociologically about the quantified self’. Further details here.
Friday 16 January
- 12.00 pm—4.00 pm: Yorkshire BSA Medsoc group event, University of York. Speaking on ‘Digital data, big and small: some critical sociological reflections‘. Further details here.