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November 9 2022. Hosted series, “Artificial Artificial Intelligence: In-conversation with Massimo Airoldi”. ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society.

September 2 2022. Invited talk, “Zines, fiction, visual art: What we make in the margins of sociology”. European Sociological Association Research Network Sociology of Culture, Culture(s) on the Margins conference, University of Portsmouth.

July 22 2022. Workshop with Megan Rose, “Re-Imagining Automated Care through Arts-Based Methods”. Automated Societies: What Do We Need to Know? conference, ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society, RMIT Melbourne.

July 20 2022. Panel with Deborah Lupton, Vaughan Wozniak-O’Connor, Jackie Leach Scully, Georgia van Toorn, Emma Kirby, Jacinthe Flore, Dan Harris and David Rousell, “Care and Automation: Experiences, tensions and possibilities”. Automated Societies: What Do We Need to Know? conference, ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society, RMIT Melbourne.

July 18 2022. Paper, “Digital Divides in Crises: Sociotechnical imaginaries of crisis-affected publics”. Digital Inequality and Automated Decision-Making workshop, Automated Societies: What Do We Need to Know? conference, ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society, RMIT Melbourne.

July 14 2022. Talk, “5 Years of So Fi Zine“. TASA Thursdays, The Australian Sociological Association.

June 28 2022. Webinar with Vaughan Wozniak-O’Connor, “Emerging health technologies in Australia: Developments in automation, artificial intelligence and more“. Consumers Health Forum Australia, online.

May 31 2022. Invited talk, “Innovative qualitative methods for social research in health,” Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity staff day, UNSW Sydney.

May 6 2022. Invited talk, “Communication, crisis and information ecologies: doing research beyond the tech”. Non-Traditional Research Methods Network, UK, Summer Event.

February 10 and 11 2022. Invited workshop, “Conducting Qualitative Research Online.” GRADE Centre Education, Goethe University.

October 25 2021. Keynote, “Fiction as Social Inquiry.” National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM), Innovation, Adaptation and Evolution of the Social Sciences e-Festival, University of Manchester.

September 2 2021. Paper with Deborah Lupton, “Research-Creations for Speculating about Automated Futures.” ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society, Methods for Researching Automated Futures symposium, Monash University.

August 10 2021. Paper with Vaughan Wozniak-O’Connor, “Using cultural probes to explore the spaces, relationships and metaphors that matter in emerging ‘healthtech.’” ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society, Innovative Methods of Researching Understandings and Experiences of ADM/AI in Health and Medicine workshop, UNSW Sydney.

August 10 2021. Paper with Deborah Lupton, “Creative writing prompts and online workshops for eliciting the more-than-representational dimensions of people’s digital experiences.” ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society, Innovative Methods of Researching Understandings and Experiences of ADM/AI in Health and Medicine workshop, UNSW Sydney.

June 22 2021. Invited panel, “Sociology as Literature.” Czech Sociological Society, Sociological Reflexions conference, Masaryk University.

April 30 2021. Keynote, “COVID-19 social research methods.” #covid19methodworkshops, From Tape to Cloud: Technologization as a Means to Reification or Reimagination? Perspectives and Challenges for Qualitative Research workshop, University of Vienna.

March 25 2021. Invited seminar, “Queering the Map: Stories of love, loss and (be)longing within a digital cartographic archive.” Gender/Sexuality/Culture Interdisciplinary Research Seminar Series, University of Melbourne.

Dec 7 2020. Paper, “Being together in crisis: digital co-presence and intimacy during COVID-19.” Digital Intimacies 6 symposium, Connection in Crisis, University of Technology Sydney

Nov 25 2020. Plenary Chair, “The Impacts of 2020.” The Australian Sociological Association, Sociological Insights for the Now Normal conference.

Nov 5 2020. Invited seminar, “Autoethnography.” The Australian Sociological Association, Postgraduate and Early Career Researcher sessions.

Sept 4 2020. Paper with Deborah Lupton and Mike Michael, “From workplaces to smart home/work spaces: insights into the affective and requisitional presence of domestic digital technologies during COVID-19.” ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society, Living in, With and Beyond the ‘Smart Home’ symposium, Monash University.

August 28 2020. Invited seminar, “Sociological Fiction.” Anthropology and Sociology Seminar Series, University of Western Australia.

July 31 2020. Invited workshop, “Zines for Data Justice.” Ida B. Wells Just Data Lab, Princeton University.

18 Feb 2020. Invited workshop with Laura Rodriguez Castro and Sam Trayhurn, “Affect, Knowledge and Embodiment: A Critical Feminist Arts/Research Workshop.” School of Social Sciences, University of Melbourne.

2 Dec 2019. Roundtable paper with Deborah Lupton, “Developing Research-Creation Methods for Understanding Personal Data Practices, Feelings and Imaginaries.” The Allens Hub for Technology, Law and Innovation, Disrupting Data Injustices: An Interdisciplinary Roundtable. UNSW Sydney, Australia.

29 Nov 2019. Keynote, “Creative Practices in Social Research: A history and trajectory.” The Australian Sociological Association Families and Relationships Thematic Group, Creativity and Methodological Innovation in the Sociology of Familial and Intimate Relationships event. Western Sydney University.

25 Nov 2019. Invited workshop with Catherine Robinson, “Post-PhD Pathways.” The Australian Sociological Association, Diversity & Urban Growth conference Postgraduate Day, Western Sydney University.

21 Nov 2019. Invited workshop with Laura Rodriguez Castro and Sam Trayhurn, “Affect, Knowledge and Embodiment: A Critical Feminist Arts/Research Workshop”. Australian National University.

29 Oct 2019. Invited workshop, “Collaborative Zine Making for Brokered Dialogue.” The Big Anxiety Festival, SPHERE (Sydney Partnership for Health Education Research and Enterprise), and Black Dog Institute, UNSW Sydney.