I am going to attend this year’s PhD Sociology Summer Conference at the University of Lancaster, 2-4 July 2012. The conference gathers PhD students to present and discuss their work as well as to participate in a variety of workshops. It is organised by the Department of Sociology which assembles leading scholars working in the area of science and technology studies (STS), drawing in particular on actor-network theory (ANT) and practice-theoretic approaches.
I present my work in one of the so-called ‘Salons’ on Digital intra/interactions. The sociality of virtual mobilities. Politics. Work. Cherishable media. Agile publics, hosted by Monika Büscher. Please check out our blog on tumblr. You may also read my abstract here; more information on the programme soon.