DHN lightning lunches focus on a specific topic or contemporary issue. By inviting experts from different disciplines to explore the intersections of their work, these events lead to the formation of new networks, research projects, and shared knowledge.
This lightning lunch, “Secure States & States of Insecurity,” explores the topics of surveillance studies, digital journalism, critical digital media studies, and the intersection of digital humanities with issues of equity and justice. After a catered lunch, speakers will present for 5-7 minutes, followed by an informal discussion.
Kenzie Burchell: Assistant Professor and JHI-UTSC Digital Humanities Early Career Fellow; Arts, Culture, & Media; University of Toronto Scarborough
Lilian Radovac: Assistant Professor; Institute of Communication, Culture, Information and Technology (ICCIT); University of Toronto Mississauga
Steve Neville: PhD Student, Communication & Culture, York University
Melody Devries: PhD Student, Communication & Culture, Ryerson University
Free and open to the public. Registration is mandatory for catering purposes. Participants can register at our Eventbrite or Facebook pages.
Photo policy: please note that photographs will be taken at the event, and these may be included in public communications and reporting documents created by the DHN. Participants who wish to opt out of having their photo taken should feel free to contact organizers by email or speak with them at the event.