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Technology is not neutral, it is political. How do we understand the algorithmic restructuring of relations of power, governance, organization, and ordering of social life? Join Tereza Østbø Kuldova in a series of conversations with prominent scholars on the algorithmic world, discussing topics such as work and labour rights, security, democracy and justice, as well as the consequences of datafication of knowledge and beyond.
 
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Joining me today is Fiona Greenland, Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Virginia, to discuss some of her recent work on fingerprinting and the origins of surveillance culture in the United States and on pixel politics and satellite interpretation in the Syrian war. Fiona Greenland is the author of Ruling Culture: Art Police, Tomb…
 
Joining me today are Hager Ben Jaffel, Research Associate at the National Center for Scientific Research in France and Sebastian Larsson, Associate Senior Lecturer in War Studies at the Swedish Defence University, to discuss their latest edited volume titled Problematising Intelligence Studies: Towards a New Research Agenda, published in 2022 with …
 
Joining me today is Mareile Kaufmann, Professor at the Department of Criminology and Sociology, at the University of Oslo, to discuss her work over the past few years on surveillance, predictive policing, hackers and secrecy, among others. Texts discussed in this podcast episode: Kaufmann, M. 2020. Hacking Surveillance. First Monday 25(5): https://…
 
Joining me today is Emily West, an Associate Professor of Communication at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, to discuss her book Buy Now: How Amazon Branded Convenience and Normalized Monopoly published in 2022 with The MIT Press. © Tereza Østbø Kuldova, 2022 Produced with the financial support of The Research Council of Norway under project…
 
© Tereza Østbø Kuldova, 2022 Joining me today is Sarah Esther Lageson, Associate Professor at School of Criminal Justice at the Rutgers University, to discuss her book Digital Punishment: Privacy, Stigma, and the Harms of Data-Driven Criminal Justice published in 2020 with Oxford University Press. Produced with the financial support of The Research…
 
Joining me today is Albert Fox Cahn, the founder and executive director of the Surveillance Technology Oversight Project (S.T.O.P.) to discuss the work of this non-profit advocacy organization and legal service provider based in New York. © Tereza Østbø Kuldova, 2022 Produced with the financial support of The Research Council of Norway under projec…
 
Joining me today is Sarah Brayne, Assistant Professor at the Department of Sociology at the University of Texas at Austin, to discuss her book Predict and Surveil: Data, Discretion, and the Future of Policing published in 2020 with Oxford University Press. © Tereza Østbø Kuldova, 2021 Produced with the financial support of The Research Council of N…
 
Joining me today is Kate Kenny, Professor of Business and Society at NUI Galway School of Business and Economics, to discuss her book Whistleblowing: Toward a New Theory published in 2019 with Harvard University Press. © Tereza Østbø Kuldova, 2021 Produced with the financial support of The Research Council of Norway under project no. 313004 – Luxur…
 
Joining me today is Sun-ha Hong, Assistant Professor of Communication at Simon Fraser University, to discuss his latest book Technologies of Speculation: The Limits of Knowledge in a Data-Driven Society published in 2020 with New York University Press. © Tereza Østbø Kuldova, 2021 Produced with the financial support of The Research Council of Norwa…
 
Joining me today is Catherine L. Besteman, Francis F. Bartlett and Ruth K. Bartlett Professor of Anthropology at Colby College, to discuss her latest book Militarized Global Apartheid published in 2020 with Duke University Press. © Tereza Østbø Kuldova, 2021 Produced with the financial support of The Research Council of Norway under project no. 313…
 
Joining me today is Ursula Rao, Director of the Department of ‘Anthropology of Politics and Governance’ at the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Halle, to discuss digital identities, biometric technology, e-governance, new security regimes and bodies as evidence. Rao, U. 2018. Biometric Bodies, Or How to Make Electronic Fingerprinting…
 
Joining me today is Dean Wilson, Professor of Criminology in the School of Law, Politics and Sociology at the University of Sussex to discuss pre-crime and pre-emptive imaginaries, predictive policing, and surveillance. We discuss the book Pre-Crime: Pre-emption, Precaution and the Future, co-authored with Jude McCulloch, and published by Routledge…
 
Joining me today are Simon Egbert, Postdoctoral Fellow at Bielefeld University, on an ERC research project on The Future of Prediction, and Matthias Leese, Senior Researcher at the Center for Security Studies (CSS) in Zürich, to discuss their recent book Criminal Futures: Predictive Policing and Everyday Police Work, published in 2021 with Routledg…
 
Joining me today is Ignas Kalpokas, Associate Professor at the Department of Public Communication at the Vytautas Magnus University in Lithuania, to discuss his recent book Algorithmic Governance: Politics and Law in the Post-Human Era, published in 2019 with Palgrave Macmillan. Algorithms govern our everyday lives in a myriad of ways. From determi…
 
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