A Resilient ICT4D Approach to ECO Countries’ Education Response during COVID-19 Pandemic

You can find the published ‘research in progress report’ here. According to the United Nations, schools’ closures have impacted up to 99 per cent of read more…

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Epistemic Consequences of Following Data from the Global South

Presentation at the 5th Digital Geographies Research Group Annual Symposium: Where next for Digital Geographies? Pathways and prospects, Online, 14.07.2021.

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Surveillance as Spatial Injustice

Lecture at VUB Research Chair in Surveillance Studies’ Seminars, Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Belgium, 17.06.2021

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Authoritarian Surveillance: A Corona Test

Presentation at the Digital State: Technology and Government in Pandemic Times, the Centre for Digital Culture, the Department of Digital Humanities at King’s College London, 14.05.2021

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Navigating through a Carpet-Map

Reflections on an mLAB workshop on mapping: “There was a war going on. The border was not to pass; it was to be defended. The TV had only two channels and all the girls had the same haircut. The carpet was a sanctuary from an ugly world of reality. It was a map of unimaginable. It was a reminder of beauty…”

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Autoritärer Wandel: Wird die Corona-Krise die Überwachungspolitik ändern?

Vortrag im humangeographischen Kolloquium, Jena, Juni 2020

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