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Hi all,
See below for a lecture of relevance to anthropology!

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Date: Wednesday, September 14, 2022 at 12:02 PM
To: Steven Patrick Black <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Presenting Dr. Wendy Chun

“From Discriminating Data to Digital Democracies: Why We Need to Work Across Disciplines”

Dr. Wendy Chun
Hybrid Public Lecture
Thursday, September 29th at 4:30pm

College of Arts & Sciences Event Center,
25 Park Place, 2nd Floor


Dr. Wendy Hui Kyong Chun is the Canada 150 Research Chair in New Media at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, where she also leads the Digital Democracies Institute. The Institute integrates research in the humanities and data sciences to address questions of equality and social justice in order to combat the proliferation of online “echo chambers,” abusive language, discriminatory algorithms and mis/disinformation by fostering critical and creative user practices and alternative paradigms for connection. Dr. Chun is the author of several books, most recently Discriminating Data: Correlation, Neighborhoods, and the New Politics of Recognition (MIT Press, 2021), which investigates the centrality of race, gender, class and sexuality to big data and network analytics.

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