Digital Everyday Conference Programme

Registration and Refreshments
10.30-11.00The Entrance Hall, King’s Building
Opening Keynote: Judy Wajcman. Chaired by Paolo Gerbaudo

With Alessandro Gandini and Zeena Feldman

The digital day: how are digital media redefining everyday rhythms and routines?

11.00-12.30

Edmond J. Safra Lecture Theatre

 

Lunch Break
12.30-13.30
Session one

13.30-15.00

Edmond J. Safra Lecture Theatre Nash Lecture Theatre

 

K2.40
 

Digital Labour

 

Chaired by Alessandro Gandini

 

Daniel Ashton and Karen Patel: Vlogging labour: everyday and always on

 

Carleigh Morgan: Bodies In Absentia: Gig Workers’ Voices in Critiques of Platform Economies

 

Brooke Duffy: Branding Your (Future) Self on Social Media: Discourses of Employability in a Gig Economy
Wing Fai Leung: Freelancing globally: Chinese Upworkers as an emerging virtual workforce

 

Jamie Woodcock: The new digital everyday of work: platforms and the algorithmic panopticon

 

Digital Self

 

Chaired by Paolo Gerbaudo

 

Alessandro Caliandro: Smartphone use: between virtual and augmented sociality and toward a fluid construction of identity

 

Ian Tucker: Digital mental health: Affective milieus of the everyday

 

Rachael Kent: Social Media and Self-Tracking: Representing the ‘Health Self’

 

Ana Minozzo: The Face of Anxiety: Digital life, style and the self

 

Marcus Gilroy-Ware: Filling the Void: understanding social media usage as depressive hedonia
Audrey Samson: Digital Data Funerals

 

 

 

Digital Love

 

Chaired by Zeena Feldman

 

Jamie Hakim: Chemsex: hook-up apps and queer collectivity in neoliberal times.

 

Alison Winch: ‘just hanging out with you in my back yard’: Mark Zuckerberg and Mediated Paternalism

 

Ulla Autenrieth: Family life in the networked age. How the digitalization of communication affects intra-familial relations.

 

Regner Ramos: Digital Residue: Redefining queer presence in urban space through Grind

 

 

 

Coffee break

15.00-15.30

Chapters (2nd floor King’s Building)

Session two

15.30-17.00

Edmond J.Safra Lecture Theatre Nash Lecture Theatre K2.40
 

Digital Surveillance

 

Chaired by Mark Cote

 

Samuel Forsythe: Quieting the Niche: on Dataveillance and Everyday Resistance

 

Nicola Bozzi: Stereotype Culture – Tagging as a techno-cultural tool

 

Tanya Kant: Fertile space: algorithmic anticipation of user gender and targeted advertising on YouTube

 

Pinelopi Troullinou, Alessandro Adamou and Mathieu d’Aquin: Everyday digital learning: quantifying or qualifying the digital learner

 

Claire Tupling: The datafication of student life. The ethical landscape of students as data subjects

 

 

Digital Play

 

Chaired by Carleigh Morgan

 

Daniel Chavez Heras: The quiet pleasures of local networks: Against Massive Online Multiplayer Games

 

Rob Gallagher: Everyday Play: Digital Games, Quotidian Rhythms

 

Tiziano Bonini, Alessandro Caliandro and Guido Anselmi: Explorers or algorithmically driven listeners? Employing Digital Methods to understand how pop music spreads.

 

Digital Place

 

Chaired by Bridget Conor

 

Gaetano Sabato: Geo Tagging and the digital everyday: a geo-anthropological perspective on some spatial dynamics

 

Mike Duggan: Constituting a socio-technical sense of place: digital maps and everyday mobile practices

 

Raul Castro: Poplitics: New Media Rituals and Online Mobilization in Disenchanted Peru

 

Noureddine Miladi: Digital Youth in Qatar: Social Media uses and consumption behaviour

 

Closing Plenary: Chaired by Mark Cote

Taina Bucher and Susanna Paasonen

Sociability at the time of algorithms

17.00-18.30

Edmond J. Safra Lecture Theatre

 

Drinks reception
18.30-19.30Chapters (2nd floor King’s Building)