Cultures of Datafication in and Across South Asia Workshop

Apr 12, 2024 - Apr 13, 2024 at - | location varies, see flyer

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Join us at the Cultures of Datafication in and Across South Asia Workshop on April 12-13, 2024 at the University of Pennsylvania. The workshop features keynotes by Nayantara Ranganathan, Co-Founder of the Persuasion Lab, Dr. Sareeta Amrute, Associate Professor of Strategic Design at Parsons, The New School & Principal Researcher, Data & Society, Dr. Ishtiaque Ahmed, Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the University of Toronto, Dr. Ursula Rao, Director of the Department of Anthropology of Politics and Governance at the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, and Dr. Rida Qadri, Research Scientist at Google Research.

Organizers: Kim Fernandes, Zehra Hashmi, Sandeep Mertia, Rahul Mukherjee (University of Pennsylvania) and Ranjit Singh (Data & Society)

Sponsors: Penn Global (Global Engagement Fund / India Research and Engagement Fund award), University Research Foundation Conference Grant, School of Arts and Sciences Conference Grant, South Asia Center, Center for the Advanced Study of India, Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication, Data Driven Discovery Initiative, Department of Cinema and Media Studies,  Department of Anthropology, Department of History and Sociology of Science, Department of South Asia Studies, Price Lab for Digital Humanities, and Wolf Humanities Center.


View the workshop program


Please write to Kim Fernandes (fernk@upenn.edu) with any questions!