[CITASA] Theorizing the Web 2013 - March 1st & 2nd - CUNY Graduate Center

PJ Rey pjrey.socy at gmail.com
Mon Feb 11 20:39:53 EST 2013


The third annual Theorizing the Web conference is less than a month away!
This year’s event is held at the Graduate Center of the City University of
New York [365 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan] on Friday March 1st and Saturday
March 2nd. Anyone can attend, but everyone must register. Registration is
pay-what-you-can and can be done here:
http://www.theorizingtheweb.org/2013/registration.html

Events begin at 4PM on March 1st when Alice Marwick delivers an opening
plenary titled, “Wall Posts Can't Protect You: Networked Privacy & Social
Surveillance in Facebook.” This is followed by a panel discussion,
“Theorizing the Web Presents: Free Speech For Whom?” featuring danah boyd,
Adrian Chen, Kate Crawford and Zeynep Tufekci and moderated by Jessie
Daniels. On March 2nd, beginning at 10AM, there will be eleven
competitively-selected paper panels split into three time slots featuring
44 speakers, followed by a keynote by David Lyon titled, “The Emerging
Culture of Surveillance: Digital Data, Visibility and the Web.” For all
these events, be sure to arrive early as space is limited.

The full schedule, including titles of the 44 papers being presented, is
here: http://www.theorizingtheweb.org/2013/program.html

Want to help spread the word? Here is a flier to share:
http://www.theorizingtheweb.org/2013/documents/TtW13%20flyer%202-2.pdf.
Also, the Twitter hashtag for the event is
#TtW13<https://twitter.com/search?q=%23ttw13>
More information is at the conference website:
http://www.theorizingtheweb.org/2013/

Or contact theorizingtheweb at gmail.com.

Thanks, and looking forward to seeing many of you all at #TtW13! If you
cannot attend in person, we will be live-streaming the events online, too.




PJ Rey

Department of Sociology
University of Maryland

@pjrey
www.pjrey.net

2112 Art-Sociology Building
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742
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