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Research Methods Paper at IAMCR pre-conference: July 2022

An article co-authored in the ETHOS Lab by Mace Ojala, Qiuyu Jiang and Rachel Douglas-Jones will be presented at the IAMCR pre-conference on Big Data in Communication Research:…

Work in Progress presented at Hematopolitics, Leeds May 2022

Rachel Douglas-Jones and RA Qiuyu  Jiang presented a work-in-progress paper at the Hematopolitics Symposium, Leeds University, on May 24th 2022. Hosted by Dr. Jieun Kim, the two day…

MDMP participate in “Generation Asia” August 2022

MDMP project members Ane Bislev and Jesper Zeuthen proposed a panel at the upcoming conference “Generation Asia” in Iceland, and both Rachel Douglas-Jones and Hailing Zhang will present…

Data Logics: China at the Intersection of Digitalization And Green Transition October 2022

  Organised by Cancan Wang†, Chunrong Liu ‡. and Rachel Douglas-Jones † As countries attempt to make a green transition, employing digitalization as a driver of change, they…

Categories, Digital Reconfiguration and Mobility in China May 2022

In collaboration with the CATCH network, we held our launch conference May 18-20, 2022. A little later than expected, but worth the wait! Three days, eight panels, three…

February 2022: Retreat to Hobro

Working across two universities and between Denmark and China, it is sometimes necessary to carve out time to get away and focus – together but apart – on…

Anthropology of Technology Network: Closing Conference

    Over the past few years, the Anthropology of Technology network has convened at a series of events around Denmark. November 2021 marked its closing conference, and…

The CATCH Network: New Website

Moving Data – Moving People Co-Investigators Jesper Willaing Zeuthen and Ane Bislev are coordinating the CATCH network alongside colleagues Jun Liu (University of Copenhagen), Christian Göbel (University of…

Year 1: August 2020-August 2021

The Moving Data-Moving People project began in July 2020, in the middle of the COVID-19 Pandemic. While much was unknown – particularly about the possibilities for fieldwork –…

MDMP participates in the launch of the ANSUR Network

The Centre for Digital Culture at Kings College London (UK) is currently hosting Surveillance and Moral Community (SAMCOM), a project led by Dr. Vita Peacock. Approaching surveillance as…