Kent Law School, in conjunction with the Eastern Academic Research Consortium, invites early career academics and postgraduate research students to participate in the “Bytes, Bodies and Souls: Interrogating Human Digitalisation” workshop to be held on 30th May, 2017.
The workshop aims to bring together researchers across the social sciences, humanities, sciences and other relevant disciplines who are interested in examining the consequences, possibilities, and limitations of human digitalisation.
Papers and Posters are welcomed on any aspect of the conference theme. This may include, although is not restricted to:
- Big Data and its challenges
- The role and impact of the Internet of Things
- Digital ownership and appropriation processes
- Privacy, surveillance, and control
- The role of algorithms in the governance of human digitalisation
- Politics of digital humans from cyber activism to post-truth
- Digital human aesthetics; the forging of a digital soul
Abstracts for papers are invited for consideration. Abstracts should be no more than 300 words in length. Successful applicants will be allocated 15 minutes for the presentation of their paper plus time for questions and discussion.
Abstracts for posters are invited for consideration. Abstracts should be no more than 300 words in length. Accepted poster presenters will need to deliver the hard copy of their poster to the venue no later than 9 am on the day of the workshop to allow it to be displayed throughout the day.
Submissions should be sent in a Word document format to email@example.com. Please include name, title, institution, and email correspondence address and whether you wish to be considered for a paper or poster presentation. The deadline for submission is Friday 3rd March 2017. Successful applicants will be notified by the 19th March 2017.