The Virtual Knowledge Studio is pleased to announce that Maria Bakardjieva (University of Calgary) will be holding a public lecture on Wednesday 11 June, from 4-6pm.
The title of the lecture is Ethics 2.0: Balancing Privacy, Publicity and Prudence.
The lecture will be held at the International School for Humanities and Social Sciences, UvA, Prins Hendrikkade 189, Amsterdam. Here is a link to a map.
The lecture will be followed by a reception.
Maria Bakardjieva is Associate Professor at the Faculty of Communication and Culture, University of Calgary, Canada. She holds a doctorate in Sociology from the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and a doctorate in Communication from Simon Fraser University, Canada. She is the author of Internet Society: The Internet in Everyday Life (2005, Sage) and co-editor of How Canadians Communicate (2004, 2007, University of Calgary Press). Her research has examined Internet use practices across different social and cultural context with an emphasis on the ways in which users understand and appropriate the communication possibilities offered by the new medium. She has also published on the topics of online community, e-learning and research ethics, including an article together with Andrew Feenberg, called ‘Involving the Virtual Subject’, Ethics and Information Technology 2: 233-40 (2001).