Tag Archives for Surveillance

Tracking culture: a workshop on intimate surveillance

I’m traveling home from a wonderful two day workshop in Aarhus, organized by surveillance scholar and philosopher Anders Albrechtslund. It was wonderful: a smallish group of scholars all researching what self-tracking means spending hours each day just talking about it. … Continue reading

16. January 2015 by Jill
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Teaching surveillance with 1984 and Little Brother

I was in the university bookshop today and was thrilled to see several of the books are already in for one of my courses this autumn, DIKULT106: Culture and Norms in the Information Society. The course consists of three three … Continue reading

26. June 2012 by Jill
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