talks in June: Firenze, Hamburg, Madrid...

In June 4 I will be in Florence, Italy, to deliver a lecture on ethical issues in social movement and political participation research at the Summer School on Methods for the Study of Political Participation and Mobilization. The school is organised by the ECPR Standing Group on Participation and Mobilization and the Dipartimento di Scienze Politico-Sociali at the Scuola Normale Superiore.

The day after I will deliver a public lecture at the University of Hamburg, Germany, as part of the Taming the Machines series. I will talk about 'People vs. Algorithms: Data Witchcraft and the Future of Data Activism. Check it out here.

On June 18th I will present some preliminary results of a new project on popular boxing at the 'Right to the City' workshop, a preconference to the CES annual congress. The project is a collaboration with my very own sister Chiara Milan (University of Graz). Stay tuned--more excitement to come, and this time it has nothing to do with data or algorithms!

On June 27th, in Amsterdam, Niels ten Never and I will host a panel entitled 'Society rebooted: Digital infrastructure and its governmentality' in occasion of the Dutch Day of Sociology.