Presentations and Panels
Being Queer in Computing Environments. 2016 ACM Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing. (Birds of a Feather panel.) Austin, TX. September, 2016.
The Value of Respect: Reclaiming the Philosophical and Political Foundations of Informed Consent. The 9th Annual Privacy Law Scholars Conference. (Paper workshop.) George Washington University, Washington, D.C. June, 2016. (w/ Elaine Sedenberg)
Non-Normative Identities and the Sociotechnical Bases of Self-Respect. 2016 IEEE Symposium on Ethics in Engineering, Science, and Technology. Vancouver, Canada. May, 2016.
Invited speaker, Qualitative Methods Group. UC Berkeley D-Lab, February, 2016. (Discussing discourse analysis with UCB graduate students across the social sciences.)
The Value of Respect: Reclaiming the Philosophical and Political Foundations of Informed Consent. The Ethics of Data Science: The Landscape for the Alan Turing Institute (Workshop). Alan Turing Institute, University of Oxford. November, 2015. [w/ Elaine Sedenberg]
Privacy Is Dead, the End of Theory, and Other Things People Shout On the Internet: A Conversation About Ethics, Power, and Data Science. Data Dialogs 2015. University of California, Berkeley. November, 2015. [w/ Nathan Good]
Privacy, Intimacy, and Forced Disclosure: Insights from Facebook, Tinder, and Ashley Madison. 2015 Business Law Journal Symposium on Corporate Data Breaches: Learning from Sony, Ashley Madison, and Target. University of California, Davis. November, 2015. [invited]
Engaging with Issues of Social Justice in Higher Education. Internet Research 16: The 16th Annual Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers. Phoenix, AZ, USA. October, 2015. [Fishbowl discussion with Ruth Deller, Terri Senft, and Andrea Guzman]
Teaching Ethics in Big Data and Social Media: Bridging Theory and Practice in the Classroom. Internet Research 16: The 16th Annual Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers. Phoenix, AZ, USA. October, 2015. [Roundtable discussion with Shawn Walker, Jim Thatcher, and Jean Donahue]
Academic Researchers on Social Data’s Critical Frontiers: A Conversation with Anna Lauren Hoffmann, Jim Thatcher, and Shawn Walker. Big Boulder 2015. Boulder, Colorado, USA. June, 2015.
Privacy and Control in Mark Zuckerberg’s Discourse on Facebook. Internet Research 15.0 – Association of Internet Researcher’s Conference. Daegu, Korea. October 2014. [w/ Michael Zimmer]
Google Books, Libraries, and the Gender of Access. Gender and Sexuality in Information Studies Colloquium. University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada. October 2014. [w/ Raina Bloom]
Google Books as Infrastructure of In/Justice. Internet Research 14.0 – Association of Internet Researchers Conference. Denver, CO. October, 2013.
“Mutual Connexions”: Technology, Infrastructure, and the Scope of Social Justice. Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S). San Diego, CA. October, 2013.
Just Things: Justice, Technology, and the Limits of Liberal Egalitarianism. 18th International Conference of the Society for Philosophy and Technology. Lisbon, Portugal. July, 2013.
Rewiring Rawls: Towards a Sociotechnical Critique of Justice As Fairness, Oxford Internet Institute Summer Doctoral Programme, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. July, 2012.
Rewiring Rawls: Social Justice, Technology, and the Information Society, The 4th ICTs and Society Conference: Critique, Democracy, and Philosophy in the 21st Century Information Society, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden. May, 2012.
The Social (Network) Contract: On Facebook, Persons, and Information Property, The Midwest Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI. February, 2012
“Mutual Connexions:” On Obligation and the Scope of Justice in the Information Society, Center for Information Policy Research Brown Bag Research Lunch, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI. November, 2011
New Directions For INSEIT (panel presentation), Computer Ethics/Philosophical Enquiry, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. June, 2011
Me, not Mine: Facebook, Ontic Informational Beings, and the Problem with Information as Property, Connections 2011: The Great Lakes Information Science Conference, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI. May, 2011
Me, not Mine: Facebook, Ontic Informational Beings, and the Problem with Information as Property, Theorizing the Web, University of Maryland- College Park, MD. April, 2011
I, Me, Mine: Facebook’s Philosophy and Personal Information as Property, Internet Research 11.0 – Association of Internet Researchers Conference, Göteborg, Sweden. October, 2010
Rethinking Roles, Reinforcing Ethics: Intellectual Authority in the Digital Era, 95th Annual Convention of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL. November, 2009
Oversharing: A Critical Discourse Analysis, Internet Research 10.0 – Association of Internet Researchers Conference, Milwaukee, WI. October, 2009
New Directions for Information Justice, Computer Ethics/Philosophical Enquiry, Corfu, Greece. June, 2009 (with Dr. Keith Miller, UI-Springfield)
The Five WTFs, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee OneWebDay Celebration, Milwaukee, WI. September, 2008
16 Feb 2014 / Anna Lauren
Categories: Research and Writing