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Dear all,

Forum Privacy (‘Forum Privatheit’) is hosting an exploratory,
multi-disciplinary, one-day workshop on feminist approaches to data
protection.

We invite submissions on the topic of feminist and other emancipatory
approaches to data protection addressing the power imbalance faced by
individuals, especially with regard to discrimination, marginalization
and oppression. We are interested in a wide variety of perspectives on
the intersection between feminism and data protection, both in Europe
and beyond, whether they are focused on mutual critique or on how either
can benefit from the other and what their common or related aims could be.

We are looking forward to intense discussions between around 10–15
participants, each briefly presenting their submission. Interested
scholars should submit an abstract of around 500 to 750 words and a
short CV to [log in to unmask] by 15 June 2019.

We encourage submissions especially from scholars in the early stages of
their career (PhD and post-doc) of all academic fields (e.g. sociology,
history, political and other social sciences, ethics, law, computer
science, psychology, surveillance studies) and welcome interdisciplinary
submissions.

Further Information:
<https://www.forum-privatheit.de/veranstaltungen/20-11-2019-cfp-workshop-on-feminist-data-protection/>
or via [log in to unmask]

Kind regards,
Andreas Baur (for the organizers)


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Andreas Baur
Research Associate
  International Centre for Ethics in the Sciences and Humanities (IZEW)
  University of Tübingen · Wilhelmstr. 19 · 72074 Tübingen · Germany
  Phone +49 7071 29-77988 · https://uni-tuebingen.de/izew
PhD Candidate
  Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR)
  University of Amsterdam · https://aissr.uva.nl
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