[csaa-forum] Save the Date -Researching Digital Cultures: Methods & Ethics Symposium, UNSW

Kath Albury k.albury at unsw.edu.au
Wed Jul 29 16:51:19 ACST 2015

Save the Date

Researching Digital Cultures: Methods & Ethics Symposium

Thursday, 5 November, 9.30am – 4.00pm
Robert Webster Building, Room 327, UNSW Kensington Campus

Scholars researching digital cultures work across a range of disciplines, including media and communication, design, law, visual arts and public health.

This research raises new ethical and methodological challenges, particularly in relation to research with vulnerable or marginalised communities.

The Researching Digital Cultures symposium aims to apply an interdisciplinary lens to these challenges, and promote the development of scholarly networks that support ethical, innovative approaches to online and mobile media research.

Draft Program:

Keynote presentation:
Katherine Moline, UNSW Arts and Design
Methods and ethics in mobile media research

Research roundtables:
Researching cross-cultural digital cultures
(Chair, Elaine Jing Zhao SAM)
Internet historiographies
(Chair, Emma Jane SAM)
Selfie studies: researching digital self-representation
(Chair, Kath Albury SAM)

Researchers at all levels of experience (including HDR students, industry-based researchers and independent scholars) are invited to join facilitated roundtable discussions, and build networks.

Abstracts on the theme of ‘Researching Digital Cultures: Methods & Ethics’ will be invited following the event, with the aim of producing a peer-reviewed edited collection in 2016.

This is a free event, with morning tea and lunch included.

Registration: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/researching-digital-cultures-methods-ethics-tickets-17948497439

‘Researching Digital Cultures: Methods & Ethics’ is supported by the Digital Cultures Node of the UNSW Media Research Network, and the School of Arts And Media (SAM), UNSW.

Organisers: Kath Albury (SAM), Paul Byron (SAM), Emma Jane (SAM), Zahra Stardust (SAM), Elaine Jing Zhao (SAM), Katherine Moline (UNSW Arts and Design), Daniel Joyce (UNSW Law)

Cheers, Kath,
Kath Albury, PhD
Associate Professor
School of Arts and Media
UNSW Australia
CRICOS Provider Code: 00098G

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