Title
Connected Life 2019: Data & Disorder

Call for Paper Type
Conference

Deadline
30 March 2019

Conference Date
24 June 2019

Location
Oxford, UK

Organizer(s)
Yung Au, Tomas Borsa and Fabian Ferrari

Description
Based at Oxford University, Connected Life 2019 Data & Disorder will provide an engaging forum for a cross-disciplinary network of researchers from around the world to consider the broad societal implications of automated data collection, processing, and analysis in all facets of daily life. In an effort to include diverse perspectives from across the intellectual spectrum, the student-led conference welcomes proposals from postgraduate students and faculty from all departments, including but not limited to business, computer science, digital humanities, economics, education, history, international relations, law, linguistics, literature, media and communications, philosophy, politics, psychology, and sociology.

Guidelines
Guidelines for Abstract Submission Deadline: 30 March 2019 Notification of Acceptance: 14 April 2019 Abstracts must be submitted via email to connectedlife@oii.ox.ac.uk. Abstracts must be submitted as a Word document in .doc format or as a PDF, and contain the name(s) of the author(s). All submitted work must be written in English and may not exceed 200 words. All work must be the author’s own. Submissions will be subject to a process of blind peer-reviewed by a committee at the Oxford Internet Institute. Authors with accepted abstracts will be invited to submit an extended version of their paper for the conference proceedings. Registration will open in the end of April. A registration fee of no more than £20 will include lunch, tea and coffee, and a reception at the end of the day. We look forward to receiving and reviewing your submissions! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email us at connectedlife@oii.ox.ac.uk.

Contact
connectedlife@oii.ox.ac.uk

Other
Organising Committee: Yung Au, Tomas Borsa and Fabian Ferrari Doctoral Students, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford