Researchers from across the country (and the globe) will present their research on digital ethics to each other in a colloquium-like setting on November 7 and 8. Although these presentations will take place in smaller rooms and are not meant to be attended by a larger audience, we welcome scholars who want to sit in. Contact Program Director Bastiaan Vanacker (email@example.com) if you want to join in on our conversation.
Thursday, November 7
8:15 – 9:30: Self-censorship and the Privatization of Censorship: Challenges to Ethical Journalistic Practice in Turkey
- Aras Coskuntuncel, American University
- David S. Allen, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
9:45 – 11:00: Erasing the Past: Unpublishing’s Challenges to Traditional Journalistic Norms and Ethics
- Deborah L. Dwyer, Doctoral Student and the Park Fellow at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Media and Journalism
- Chad Painter, Assistant Professor, University of Dayton Department of Communication
4:00 – 5:15: Research Confronting Quarantine: The Ethics of Reddit’s Censure, Censorship, and What Comes After
- Luc Cousineau, Ph.D. Candidate University of Waterloo
- Caitlin Carlson, Seattle University
Friday, November 8
8:30 – 9:45: Live Facial Recognition in Public: Is there a right to anonymity?
- Nora Madison, Chestnut Hill College
- Mathias Klang, Fordham University
10:00 – 11:15: The Ethics Behind a Yoghurt. The Digital Communication of the La Fageda Cooperative and its Values.
- Míriam Díez Bosch, School of Communication and International Relations, Ramon Llull University (Spain)
- Alba Sabaté Gauxachs, School of Communication and International Relations, Ramon Llull University (Spain)
11:30 – 12:45: Outdoor Advertising Heats Up: Transforming Digital Signage and Ethical Issues
- Pamela Morris, Loyola University Chicago
- Ava Francesca Battocchio, Loyola University Chicago