recent / upcoming talks

July 27 [approx], 2017
“I’m Addicted” and other narratives around social media: Reports on a new case study
Social Media & Society Conference
Toronto, Canada

May 19, 2017
Digital Research in the Public Sphere: The Reprise of Critical Theory as Public Contribution
Panel Series: Seeing and being seen, hearing and being heard: Challenges for qualitative inquiry
International Congress on Qualitative Inquiry
Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, USA

April 4, 2017
Reflexivity: Techniques to Build Ethical Sensitivity Into Research Methods
Symposium on Ethics in Practice in the Artistic Fields
Faculty on Fine, Applied, and Performing Arts, Gothenburg University
Gothenburg, Sweden

April 3, 2017
Posthuman methods: Getting out of your mind
Symposium: On the Methodological and Ethical Challenges of Posthumanism
Human Futures Center, Aarhus University
Aarhus, Denmark

March 7, 2017
Methods as Ethics: Challenges for studying death online
Keynote for 3rd Annual Death Online Research Symposium
Studenterhusfonden, Fredrik Nielsens Vej 2-4,
Aarhus, Denmark

October 24, 2016
Creating digital artifacts for future historians and archeologists: A future oriented methodology.
The Matter of Methods Seminar & Workshop
AHO Conference Centre, Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO)

October 11, 2016
Identity Work: From Physical to Emotional Labor
13:00-14:30, Nobelparken Auditorium, Aarhus University

September 23, 2016
Ethnography in the Digital Era
Friday Lecture Series, Aarhus University
14:00-15:30, Incuba Great Auditorium, IT Katrineberg Campus

September 3, 2016
Anticipating data artifacts for future archeologists: A collaborative intervention project
Talk at the 4S/EESST conference in Barcelona.

August 31, 2016
Future Making: A case for research as intervention in the digital age
Public Lecture for incoming students of Information Studies & Digital Design
Peter Bøgh Auditorium, Nygaard Building, Aarhus University

June 27-July 1, 2016
Qualitative research in the digital age: Issues, methods, and ethics
various lectures over a week for a PhD course
University of Vienna, Department of Media & Communication

April 4, 2016
Life online today and tomorrow: Annette Markham on auto phenomenology, remix, and other methods for curating future memories in the digital era
Ego-Media Lecture series on Life Online To-Day and To-Morrow
Anatomy Lecture Theatre, Strand Campus, 18:30, King’s College London

March 18, 2016
Data Ethnographies: Focus on Ethics
Digital Ethnography Research Center
RMIT, Melbourne, Australia
keyword video clips

February 24, 2016
Auto-ethnographic methods for studying lived experience in the 21st Century
Lecture at Goldsmiths University
Media Ethnography Seminar Series
302 Professor Stuart Hall Building,  17:00-18:30, Goldsmiths University of London

November 30, 2015
Invited participant/speaker for the Alan Turing Institute workshop on ‘The Ethics of Data Science: The landscape for the Alan Turing Institute’
Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford, UK

October 14, 2015
Title: Ethnographic evaluation of large-scale events: A matter of reframing purpose and remixing outcomes
Symposium on Ethnography and its Audiences
Swedish Center for Applied Cultural Analysis (SCACA)
Halmstad University, Sweden

September 17, 18, 2015
Title: Getting people to be their own participant observers: Ethnographic techniques for reaching richness in social media contexts
The Research Network on Digital Interaction (Digin)
University of Turku, Finland

July 12, 2015
Title: Building better ethics for the digital [near] future
Keynote speaker. ProCOMM 2015, IEEE International Professional Communication Conference
University of Limerick, Ireland

May 6, 2015, 4:00 p.m. EDT
Title: “Ethics”: Maybe that’s not the best word to use anymore.
Microsoft Research Colloquium Series, One Memorial Parkway, Cambridge, MA

April 28, 2015
Title: Situational analysis as tool for digital culture research
Guest lecture for methods course at MIT’s department of Comparative Media Studies
Cambridge, MA

April 16, 2015, 2:30 p.m. GMT
Title: Disrupting top down frameworks for ethics: A proactive approach to ‘doing the right thing’ in digital research.  Plenary Speaker at The Ethics of Online Research Methods. Two-day event held by BAAL Special interest group on language and new media
Cardiff, UK

November 21, 2014
Title: Algorithmic identities: complexities, methods, and possibilities
Keynote speaker. Social Psychology Days, 2014
University of Helsinki, Finland

November 7, 2014
Title: Produsing ethics for the digital near future
Invited speaker at the 4th Annual Digital Ethics Symposium, Loyola University, Chicago

October 22, 2014
Title: Figuring Control in the Algorithmic Era: A paradox of relations, desires, invisibilities, and illusions
Panel presentation at the IR15: Boundaries and Intersections. Annual conference of the Association of Internet Researchers
Daegu, South Korea

September 17, 2014
Title: Enacting post phenomenological methods
Talk and workshop for the PhD course on Post Phenomenology
Aarhus University, Denmark

August 1, 2014
Title: Exploring algorithmic futures: Mixing fieldwork, fragmented narratives, & critical code studies.
Media Futures Panel, EASA Biennial conference.
Tallin, Estonia.

May 14, 2014
Title:  Can we get beyond ‘data’? Questioning the dominance of a core term in scientific inquiry. (a nice summary of my talk here)
Keynote Speaker at Digital Scholarship Day of Ideas
Digital HSS,
University of Edinburgh, Scotland

May 13, 2014
Title: Remix(ing) methods, remix(ing) disciplines: Provocations for grappling with complexity in digitally-saturated research contexts.
Keynote Speaker at FECCI Research Conference
Napier University, Edinburgh, Scotland

May 8, 2014
Title: Remix(ing) Culture, Remix(ing) Methods: Provocations for creative innovation in internet inquiry
Research talk at Oxford Digital Ethnography Group, Oxford Internet Institute
Oxford University, UK

April 11, 2014
Title: Algorithmic Identity: Networks, data, and the terrible beauty of the black box
Seminar Series on Pathways to Meaning
Umea University, Sweden

March 14, 2014
Title: Metaphors, frames, and other analytical tools: A hands-on workshop
Seminar Series on Pathways to Meaning
Umea University, Sweden

March 13, 2014
Title: Remix(ing) methods to explore complexity in digital gender studies
Keynote Address: conference on Digital Gender: Theory, Methodology, & Practice.
HUMlabX, Umeå University, Sweden

February 21, 2014
Title: Reframing fieldwork in social contexts of complexity
Seminar Series on Pathways to Meaning
MIT Huset 13:00
Umea University, Sweden

December 9, 2013
Title: Fieldwork in social media: What would Malinowski do?
Keynote Address: Innovation in Digital Culture Research
IN3: Interdisciplinary Internet Institute, Barcelona, Catalonia

December 6, 2013
Title: Writing Snowflakes: Crystalline metaphors for innovative writing strategies
Seminar Series on Pathways to Meaning
Umea University, Sweden

October 14-18, 2013
Title: Social Science 2.0:  Methods and ethics for qualitative digital inquiry (4 day PhD course)
University of Tartu, Estonia

October 2-5, 2013
Keynote Address: What Would Malinowski Do?  Reframing fieldwork for 21st Century contexts
University of Bonn, Germany
Digital Culture and Communication Workshop

September 27, 2013
Title: Resisting the [big] data-fication of everyday life: Methodological provocations
Seminar Series on Pathways to Meaning
Umea University, Sweden

September 20, 2013
Title: Writing as a way of knowing: A PhD workshop
Aarhus University, Denmark

September 15, 2013
Title: Remixing and mediated memory
Workshop: Methods of Analysis in Ethnographic Studies of Mediated Memories
Ørecomm Festival 2013, Roskilde (& Malmö & Copenhagen)

August 27-30, 2013
Pathways to Meaning (3-day PhD course offered with Lori Kendall)
Aarhus University, Denmark

April 5, 2013
Methods and Ethics: Doctoral workshop
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Center for Information Policy Research

March 14, 2013
Title: Epistemology, frames, ethics, and remix: Outlining an STS approach for understanding life online
Workshop/Seminar at Drexel University
Life Online: The Ethics and Methods of Conducting Research in a Digital Age

November 16, 2012
Title: Interpretive ethnography in digital social media contexts
MA Programme for Media and Global Communication
University of Helsinki

November 7, 2012
PhD course for University of Oslo, Oslo Media Innovation Center
Title: Researching Media Innovations–Approaches to users, producers, and texts

October 29, 2012
Loyola University, Chicago
Digital Ethics Conference

October 17-23, 2012
Salford, UK
Association of Internet Researchers conference
Title: The ‘other’ ethics

October 16, 2012
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Center for Communication and Computing
Title: Representation vs. invention in the age of endless data: Looking closely at methodological and ethical choices

September 23-26, 2012
University of Aarhus, Denmark
Department of Communication and Aesthetics
Visual Methods PhD course

July 2-6, 2012
University of Sorbonne, Paris, France
Cultural Crossroads 2012 Conference
Title: Play in the Field: Methods for breaking frame and getting closer to Affect in mediatized social contexts

June 27, 2012
Denver, Colorado
EdMedia: World Conference on Educational Media and Technology
Graduate Student Conference

June 17-23, 2012
Ascona, Switzerland
University of Basel Summer School on CMC Methodology
Title: Research on computer-mediated communication in linguistics

June 6, 2012
Sheffield, UK
University of Sheffield workshop on Creativity and Methods
Title:  Remix: A lens for rethinking research methods

May 16, 2012
Champaign Urbana, Illinois, USA
International Congress for Qualitative Inquiry
Title: Remix Cultures, Remix Methods: Reframing Qualitative Inquiry for Social Media Contexts

February 3, 2012
Arizona State University
Title: Private publics: Building reflexive ethical methods for protecting participants in social media

November 29, 2011
University of Copenhagen
Title: Social Media & Ethnography: Taking a practice approach to method

November 24, 2011
University of Barcelona
Cultura Digital: Pràctiques Innovadores i Teories Crítiques
Title: Remix Methods: Finding resonance through bricolage

November 21, 2011
University of Manchester, UK
Postgraduate workshop on Internet Research Ethics
Title: Ethics and Internet Research

October 28, 2011
Loyola University, Chicago, IL
International Symposium on Digital Media Ethics
Title: Protecting participants in private digital publics: Considerations for the ethics of fabrication

October 2011
AOIR Annual Conference in Seattle, WA
Title: Fabrication as Ethical Research Practice

September 14, 2011
Media & Communication Studies Department
University of Helsinki, Finland
Title: Social Media Research: Issues, Challenges, & Methods

September 9, 2011
Workshop: Umeå University, Sweden
Title: Analysis in qualitative research: Rigor, reflexivity, and adaptation

September 8, 2011
Umeå University, Sweden
Seminar for the Department of Informatics
Title: Fabrication and other Creative Ethical Solutions for Internet Research

September 6, 2011
Umeå University, Sweden
Guest Lecture for the Qualitative Methods Network
Title: Remix Culture: Remix Methods

September 2, 2011
Westminster University, London
Conference: Transforming Audiences 3
Title: Remix Culture: Remix Methods

June 9, 2011
Aarhus University, Denmark
Workshop on Remix(ed) Culture, Remix(ed) Methods
Title: Remix, Fabrication: An Ethical Shift

May 9-12, 2011
Aarhus University, Denmark
Pathways to Meaning: Analytical tools for Qualitative data analysis
PhD course (with Lori Kendall)

May 5, 2011
Gothenburg, Sweden
What’s Wrong with Goffman? Symbolic Interaction and Digital Media

April 14, 2011
Aarhus University, Denmark
Center for Internet Research Seminar
Network Analysis

April 6, 2011
Aarhus University, Denmark
PhD Workshop
Writing as Method

March 23, 2011
Lund University, Sweden
HEX Digital Cultures Lecture Series
Remix Ethnography

March 18, 2011
Aarhus University, Denmark
Friday Lecture
Emergent Methods in Social Media Research

March 9, 2011
Aarhus, Denmark
STS Seminar: Analyzing IT, Organization, and Agency
Multi-Sited Ethnography

Doing research in the public sphere: The revival of critical theory

May 19, 2017
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

 

 

Social Media & Ethnography: Taking a practice approach to method

November 29, 2011
University of Copenhagen

 

 

Remix Methods: Finding resonance through bricolage

November 24, 2011
Cultura Digital: Pràctiques Innovadores i Teories Crítiques
University of Barcelona

Ethics and Internet Research

November 21, 2011
Postgraduate workshop on Internet Research Ethics
University of Manchester, UK

Protecting participants in private digital publics: Considerations for the ethics of fabrication

October 28, 2011
International Symposium on Digital Media Ethics
Loyola University, Chicago, IL

Fabrication as Ethical Research Practice

October 2011
AOIR Annual Conference
Seattle, WA

Social Media Research: Issues, Challenges, & Methods

September 14, 2011
Media & Communication Studies Department
University of Helsinki, Finland

Analysis in qualitative research: Rigor, reflexivity, and adaptation

September 9, 2011
Umeå University, Sweden

Fabrication and other Creative Ethical Solutions for Internet Research

September 8, 2011
Seminar for the Department of Informatics
Umeå University, Sweden

Remix Culture: Remix Methods

September 6, 2011
Guest Lecture for the Qualitative Methods Network
Umeå University, Sweden

Remix Culture: Remix Methods

September 2, 2011
Conference: Transforming Audiences 3
Westminster University, London

Remix, Fabrication: An Ethical Shift

June 9, 2011
Workshop on Remix(ed) Culture, Remix(ed) Methods
Aarhus University, Denmark

Pathways to Meaning: Analytical tools for Qualitative data analysis

May 9-12, 2011
PhD course (with Lori Kendall)
Aarhus University, Denmark

What’s Wrong with Goffman? Symbolic Interaction and Digital Media

May 5, 2011
Gothenburg, Sweden

Network Analysis

April 14, 2011
Center for Internet Research Seminar
Aarhus University, Denmark

Writing as Method

April 6, 2011
PhD Workshop
Aarhus University, Denmark

Remix Ethnography

March 23, 2011
HEX Digital Cultures Lecture Series
Lund University, Sweden

 

Emergent Methods in Social Media Research

March 18, 2011
Friday Lecture
Aarhus University, Denmark

Multi-Sited Ethnography

March 9, 2011
STS Seminar: Analyzing IT, Organization, and Agency
Aarhus University, Denmark

Private publics: Building reflexive ethical methods for protecting participants in social media

February 3, 2012
Arizona State University

Remix Cultures, Remix Methods: Reframing Qualitative Inquiry for Social Media Contexts

May 16, 2012
International Congress for Qualitative Inquiry
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Remix: A lens for rethinking research methods

June 6, 2012
Workshop on Creativity and Methods
University of Sheffield, UK

Research on computer-mediated communication in linguistics

June 17-23, 2012
Summer School on CMC Methodology
University of Basel, Switzerland

Graduate Student Conference

June 27, 2012
EdMedia: World Conference on Educational Media and Technology
Denver, Colorado

Play in the Field: Methods for breaking frame and getting closer to Affect in mediatized social contexts

July 2-6, 2012
Cultural Crossroads 2012 Conference
Paris-Sorbonne University, France

Visual Methods PhD course

September 23-26, 2012
Department of Communication and Aesthetics
Aarhus University, Denmark

Representation vs. invention in the age of endless data: Looking closely at methodological and ethical choices

October 16
Center for Communication and Computing
University of Copenhagen, Denmark

The ‘other’ ethics

October 17-23, 2012
Association of Internet Researchers conference
Salford, UK

Digital Ethics Conference

October 29, 2012
Digital Ethics Conference
Loyola University, Chicago

Researching Media Innovations–Approaches to users, producers, and texts

November 7, 2012
PhD course, Oslo Media Innovation Center
University of Oslo

Interpretive ethnography in digital social media contexts

November 16, 2012
MA Programme for Media and Global Communication
University of Helsinki

Epistemology, frames, ethics, and remix: Outlining an STS approach for understanding life online

March 14, 2013
Life Online: The Ethics and Methods of Conducting Research in a Digital Age
Workshop/Seminar at Drexel University

Methods and Ethics: Doctoral workshop

April 5, 2013
Center for Information Policy Research
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Pathways to Meaning

August 27-30, 2013
3-day PhD course offered with Lori Kendall
Aarhus University, Denmark

Remixing and mediated memory

September 15, 2013
Workshop: Methods of Analysis in Ethnographic Studies of Mediated Memories
Ørecomm Festival 2013, Roskilde (& Malmö & Copenhagen)

Writing as a way of knowing

September 20, 2013
PhD workshop
Aarhus University, Denmark

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September 27, 2013
Seminar Series on Pathways to Meaning
Umeå University, Sweden

What Would Malinowski Do? Reframing fieldwork for 21st Century contexts

October 2-5, 2013
Digital Culture and Communication Workshop
University of Bonn, Germany

Social Science 2.0: Methods and ethics for qualitative digital inquiry

October 14-18, 2013
4 day PhD course
University of Tartu, Estonia

Writing Snowflakes: Crystalline metaphors for innovative writing strategies

December 6, 2013
Seminar Series on Pathways to Meaning
Umea University, Sweden

Fieldwork in social media: What would Malinowski do?

December 9, 2013
Keynote Address: Innovation in Digital Culture Research
IN3: Interdisciplinary Internet Institute, Barcelona, Catalonia

Reframing fieldwork in social contexts of complexity

February 21, 2014
Seminar Series on Pathways to Meaning
MIT Huset 13:00
Umea University, Sweden

 

Remix(ing) methods to explore complexity in digital gender studies

March 13, 2014
Keynote Address: conference on Digital Gender: Theory, Methodology, & Practice.
HUMlabX, Umeå University, Sweden

Metaphors, frames, and other analytical tools: A hands-on workshop

March 14, 2014
Seminar Series on Pathways to Meaning
Umea University, Sweden

Algorithmic Identity: Networks, data, and the terrible beauty of the black box

April 11, 2014
Seminar Series on Pathways to Meaning
Umea University, Sweden

Remix(ing) Culture, Remix(ing) Methods: Provocations for creative innovation in internet inquiry

May 8, 2014
Research talk at Oxford Digital Ethnography Group, Oxford Internet Institute
University of Oxford, UK

Remix(ing) methods, remix(ing) disciplines: Provocations for grappling with complexity in digitally-saturated research contexts.

May 13, 2014
Keynote Speaker at FECCI Research Conference
Napier University, Edinburgh, Scotland

Can we get beyond ‘data’? Questioning the dominance of a core term in scientific inquiry.

May 14, 2014
Keynote Speaker at Digital Scholarship Day of Ideas
Digital HSS,
University of Edinburgh, Scotland

Exploring algorithmic futures: Mixing fieldwork, fragmented narratives, & critical code studies.

August 1, 2014
Media Futures Panel, EASA Biennial conference.
Tallin, Estonia.

Enacting post phenomenological methods

September 17, 2014
Talk and workshop for the PhD course on Post Phenomenology
Aarhus University, Denmark

Figuring Control in the Algorithmic Era: A paradox of relations, desires, invisibilities, and illusions

October 22, 2014
Panel presentation at the IR15: Boundaries and Intersections.
Annual conference of the Association of Internet Researchers
Daegu, South Korea

Produsing ethics for the digital nearfuture

November 7, 2014
Invited speaker at the 4th Annual Digital Ethics Symposium
Loyola University, Chicago

Disrupting top down frameworks for ethics: A proactive approach to ‘doing the right thing’ in digital research.

April 16, 2015
Plenary Speaker at The Ethics of Online Research Methods.
Two-day event held by BAAL Special interest group on language and new media
Cardiff, UK

Situational analysis as tool for digital culture research

April 28, 2015
Guest lecture for methods course at MIT’s department of Comparative Media Studies
Cambridge, MA

“Ethics”: Maybe that’s not the best word to use anymore

May 6, 2015
Microsoft Research Colloquium Series
One Memorial Parkway, Cambridge, MA

Ethics in Tech Comm Research: Keynote address

July 12, 2015

Keynote speaker. ProCOMM 2015, IEEE International Professional Communication Conference
University of Limerick, Ireland

Getting people to be their own participant observers: Ethnographic techniques for reaching richness in social media contexts

September 17-18, 2015
The Research Network on Digital Interaction (Digin)
University of Turku, Finland

Ethnographic evaluation of large-scale events: A matter of reframing purpose and remixing outcomes

October 14, 2015
Symposium on Ethnography and its Audiences
Swedish Center for Applied Cultural Analysis (SCACA)
Halmstad University, Sweden

‘The Ethics of Data Science: The landscape for the Alan Turing Institute’

November 30, 2015
Invited participant/speaker for the Alan Turing Institute workshop on ‘The Ethics of Data Science: The landscape for the Alan Turing Institute’
Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford, UK

Auto-ethnographic methods for studying lived experience in the 21st Century

February 24, 2016
Lecture at Goldsmiths University
Media Ethnography Seminar Series
302 Professor Stuart Hall Building, 17:00-18:30, Goldsmiths University of London

Data Ethnographies: Focus on Ethics

March 18, 2016
Digital Ethnography Research Center
RMIT, Melbourne, Australia

Life online today and tomorrow: Annette Markham on auto phenomenology, remix, and other methods for curating future memories in the digital era Ego-Media

April 4, 2016
Lecture series on Life Online To-Day and To-Morrow
Anatomy Lecture Theatre, Strand Campus, 18:30, King’s College London

Qualitative research in the digital age: Issues, methods, and ethics

June 27-July 1, 2016
Various lectures over a week for a PhD course
Department of Media & Communication
University of Vienna, Austria

Anticipating data artifacts for future Archeologists: Report from the (virtual) field of an ongoing epistemological experiment

June 27-July 1, 2016
Various lectures over a week for a PhD course
Department of Media & Communication
University of Vienna, Austria

"I'm Addicted" and other narratives

July 27 2017
“I’m Addicted” and other narratives around social media: Reports on a new case study
Social Media & Society Conference
Toronto, Canada

Reflexivity: Techniques to Build Ethical Sensitivity Into Research Methods

April 4, 2017
Reflexivity: Techniques to Build Ethical Sensitivity Into Research Methods
Symposium on Ethics in Practice in the Artistic Fields
Faculty on Fine, Applied, and Performing Arts, Gothenburg University
Gothenburg, Sweden