Speaking and Presenting

This is intended to be a running list of various papers and presentations I’ve given since embarking on my PhD research. Where possible, the slides and/or abstract has been uploaded for reference.



2017


“Practice as Production: Some implications of the ‘datafied’ web archive”

(forthcoming) Presented at the ECREA Digital Culture and Communication Section Conference: Digital Culture meets Data: Critical Approaches, University of Brighton, 6 – 7 November 2017.


“Maintaining the Web: Web Archiving, Labour and the Internet Archive”

(forthcoming) Presented at the Association of Internet Researchers Conference 2017, Tartu, Estonia, 18 – 21 October 2017.


“Observing Archives: Web Archival Labour as Socio-technical Practice”

Presented at the 4S: Social Studies of Science and Technology Conference 2017, Boston, MA, USA, 30 August – 2 September 2017. Abstract available here.


“Observing Web Archives: The Case for an Ethnographic Study of Web Archiving”

Presented at the ACM Web Science Conference, RPI, Troy, New York, USA, 25-28 June 2017. Full paper available at: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/410123


2016


“Everyday Nationhood on the Web: An Analysis of Sentiments & Discourses Surrounding Romanian & Bulgarian Migration to the UK Using Twitter Data”

Co-presented with Dr. Bindi Shaw at the Social Media and Society Conference 2016, Goldsmith’s University, London, 11 – 13 July 2016.


“Interrogating the Politics and Performativity of Web Archiving”

Presented at the Joint Conference on Digital Libraries Doctoral Consortium 2016, Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey, USA, 19 June 2016.


2015


“This is for everyone? Some steps towards decolonizing the Web”

Presented (in absentia) with Susan Halford at the Digital Divides Workshop, ACM Web Science Conference 2015, Oxford, UK, 29 July 2015. Full paper available at: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/397709/1/jogden_decolonising_web.pdf

 


2014


“Calculating the Social and Cultural Capital of Web Resources”

Co-presented with Joanna Munson at the Web Science Institute Research Week, Royal Society, London, 1 March 2014.

 

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