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Saturday, November 16 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Panel: Genealogies of Data

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This panel constructs four different genealogies of data: through ethics, time, graphics, and rubber. Each paper takes as its starting point a contemporary concept of data - data ethics, the operational present, the black box of data, and sustainable data - and unearths its Victorian origins. Moderated by Grace Vasington.

Speakers
PF

Paul Fyfe

"Data Ethics from Realism to the Right to be Forgotten", North Carolina State University
AH

Alison Hedley

"Victorian Infographics and the History of Popular Data Literacy", McGill University
RM

Richard Menke

"Towards a Natural History of Information: Gutta Percha in Borneo, in London, Along the Cable", University of Georgia


Saturday November 16, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm EST
Harrison-Small Auditorium

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