EventMarch 3 2022

Book Forum Series

Thursdays from 12-1pm ET

Network Talks provide a platform for scholars and researchers to present their work, frame key debates in the field, and gather feedback from a community of interdisciplinary thinkers from the Data & Society network.

Our 2022 Book Forum Series features prominent authors in conversation with Data & Society researchers about their recently published books. 

Thursdays from 12-1 PM ET

  1. “The Distance Cure: A History of Teletherapy’‘ (MIT Press, 2021) by Hannah Zeavin.
  2. “Digital Black Feminism” (NYU Press, 2021) by Catherine Knight Steele. 
  3. “Patching Development: Information Politics and Social Change in India” (Oxford University Press, 2021) by Rajesh Veeraraghavan.  

Accessibility

Closed captioning provided. Please email [email protected] with any other accessibility needs at least 72 hours prior to the event. Documentation, including video, transcript, and resources, will be available on our website afterwards.

Learn more and register below!

Events

Join Author Hannah Zeavin for this conversation with Data & Society Health and Data Researcher Livia Garofalo and Psychiatrist Dr. Romy Gad el Rab inspired by Zeavin’s new book “The Distance Cure: A History of Teletherapy ” (MIT Press, 2021). 

Thursday, January 13, 2022

12:00 – 1:00 PM ET

Join author Catherine Knight Steele for this conversation with Data & Society’s Policy Research Analyst Serena Oduro, inspired by Catherine Knight Steele’s new book “Digital Black Feminism” (NYU Press, 2021). 

Thursday, February 03, 2022

12:00 – 1:00 PM ET

Join author Rajesh Veeraraghavan for this conversation with Data & Society’s AI on the Ground Postdoctoral Researcher Ranjit Singh, inspired by Veeraraghavan’s new book “Patching Development: Information Politics and Social Change in India” (Oxford University Press, 2021).

Thursday, March 03, 2022

12:00 – 1:00 PM ET

About Data & Society

Data & Society is an independent nonprofit research organization. We believe that empirical evidence should directly inform the development and governance of new technology. We study the social implications of data and automation, producing original research to ground informed, evidence-based public debate about emerging technology.

Credits

Producers: CJ Brody Landow, Nazelie Doghramadjian, Rigoberto Lara Guzmán

Website, Design, and Communications: Rigoberto Lara Guzmán, Veronica Eghdami

Curatorial Partners: Livia Garofalo, Serena Oduro, Ranjit Singh

Authors: Hannah Zeavin, Catherine Knight Steele, Rajesh Veeraraghavan

Panelist: Dr. Romy Gad el Rab

Additional support provided by Data & Society’s Communications, Engagement, Accounting, Strategy, Labor, Health & Data, and AIGI teams.