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Registration open: Conference “Digital Futures in the Making” (14-16 September 2022, University of Hamburg)

                Dear colleagues,



We would like to kindly invite you to participate at the 8th International
Working Conference of the Digital Anthropology Commission of the German
Society for Cultural Anthropology and Folklore Studies (DGEKW). The conference
"Digital Futures in the Making: Imaginaries, Politics, and Materialities" will
be held on-site at the Institute from 15 to 16 September 2022, with a
pre-conference day on 14 September 2022 scheduled for experimental workshops
and studios on digital tools and collaborative ethnographic research.



If you are interested, you may now register for the conference and
pre-conference:



Registration form: https://forms.microsoft.com/r/Xyxu5rab85

Registration for the pre-conference (free):
https://www.eventbrite.de/e/digitalfutures-maker-spaces-workshops-on-infrastr
ucturing-and-co-creation-tickets-381534689527


Dates:

Pre-Conference Workshops: 14 September 2022

Conference: 15-16 September 2022



Location: Institute of Anthropological Studies in Culture and History,
University of Hamburg

Edmund-Siemens-Allee 1 (West Wing), 20146 Hamburg



This years conference topics are focused, but not limited to recent
challenges in scholarly communication:

 Ethical digital futures (digital research and data ethics, envisioning the
futures of work, etc.)

 Digital infrastructuring and materialities

 Digitalization of cultural heritage and heritagization of digital culture

 Data politics within and beyond the pandemic

 Human-computer interaction in AI and beyond

 Sustainability, equality, and participation in digital futures



For further information on the preliminary conference program, workshop and
panel abstracts, and all conference updates, please visit our homepage:
https://www.kulturwissenschaften.uni-hamburg.de/ekw/forschung/digiekw-confere
nce-22.html

or contact mail@digilab-culture.de



Fees:

Students (bachelors, masters) with catering:  10

PhD candidates (doctoral students):  30

DGEKW members:  55

Full participants:  95



We look forward to seeing in Hamburg!



On behalf of the conference team,

Quoc-Tan Tran


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Quoc-Tan Tran
POEM Research Fellow
University of Hamburg
Institute of Anthropological Studies in Culture and History
Grindelallee 46, 20146 Hamburg, Germany
https://www.poem-horizon.eu
            
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