MARIA ERIKSSON

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UPCOMING

2021. Conference. Digital Transformations: The  Humanities in Challenging Times. Where: Online/Humlab Umeå University. Activity: Chair/moderator for a panel on Digital transformations and environmental challenges. When: November 16-17.

2021. Conference. Digital History. Where: Online. Organizer: Humlab, Umeå University. Activity: Chair/moderator. When: December 9-10.

PREVIOUS INVITED TALKS

2021. Science + Fiction Festival. Building Bodies: Körper, Daten, Identitäten. Where: Basel, Schweiz. Was asked to hold an introductory talk + Q & A in relation to the screening of the documentary Coded Bias. September 7.

2021. Södertörn University. Was invited by Karin Larsson to hold a talk at the higher seminar for Media and Communication Studies. March 30.

2020. Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW), Berlin. Was invited to do a video interview for the festival/conference The Disappearance of Music. November 13-15.

2020. Copenhagen Music Conservatory. Was invited by Christian Taagehøy to hold a video lecture for students at the Music Management program. June 24.

2019. Basel University, Switzerland. Was invited by Markus Krajewski to hold a talk at the seminar series Die Macht der Algorithmen. November 12.

2019. King's College, London. Was invited by Thomas Hodgson to present ongoing research at a symposium on Algorithmic Music, hosted by the Department of Music and Department of Digital Humanities. April 11.

2019. Södertörn University, Stockholm. Was invited by Mikolaj Dymek to hold a talk about my dissertation at the Department of Media Technology. February 20.

2019. Mines ParisTech, Paris. Was invited by Loïc Riom to hold a Q&A about the book Spotify Teardown at the Centre de Sociologie de I'Innovation (CSI). February 12.

2019. University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Was invited by Richard Rogers to hold a pre-launch of the book Spotify Teardown at the Department of New Media & Digital Culture. January 9.

2018. University of Trondheim, Norway. Was invited by Hendrik Storstein Spilker to hold a talk on digital methods at the Institute for Sociology and Political Science. December 13.

2018. University of Stockholm, Sweden. Was invited by John Sundholm to hold a talk on research politics, data access, and methodological challenges in digital research at the Department of Media Studies (IMS). October 17.

2018. Royal Library of Sweden, Stockholm. Was invited to speak on the topic of digital methods at the conference Data-Driven Humanistic Research II. When: April 12-13.

2017. University of Wisconsin--Madison, U.S. Was invited by Jeremy Morris to hold a Skype lecture to a group of bachelor's students on digital methods at the Department of Communication and Arts. December 4.

2017. Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg. Was invited by Johan Lundin to hold a talk on digital methods at the Department of Applied Technology and IT. November 29.

2017. Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm. Was invited to speak on the topic of digital methods at the conference Data-Driven Humanistic Research I. When: September 15.

2015. University of California, Santa Barbara . Was invited by Lisa Parks and Jennifer Holt to hold a project presentation at the Department of Film and Media Studies, together with the research group Streaming Cultural Heritage. November 20.

PREVIOUS CONFERENCES

2021. Dis/Entangling Technoscience: Vulnerability, Responsibility, and Justice. Where: Online. Organizer: STS Italia. Panel Organizer. When: June 17-19.

2021. Digital Technology and Heritage: Challenges and Issues. Where: Online. Organizer: ANR, JPI CH, and the French Ministry of Culture. Activity: Project presentation. When: March 11-12.

2021. Multiple Matters: From Neglected Things to Arts of Noticing Fragility. Where: Online. Organizer: Swiss Association for the Study of Science, Technology, and Society (STS-CH). Activity: Chair/discussant + paper presentation. When: February 15-17.

2019. Re-Imagining AI. Where: Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst, Basel Switzerland. Organizer: Critical Media Lab at FHNW. Activity: Participant. When: June 20-21.

2018. Media Industries: Current Debates and Future Directions. Where: King's College, London, UK Organizer: Department of Culture, Media and Creative Industries, King's College. Activity: panel presentation. When: April 18-20.

2018. Transmediale: Face Value. Where: Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany. Organizer: Transmediale & Kulturprojekte Berlin GmbH. Activity: panel presentation. When: February 31 -- Mach 4.

2017. Music and Algorithms in a Digital Landscape. Where: The Royal Swedish Academy of Music, Stockholm. Organizer: The Music Focused Interdisciplinary Research & Analysis Center (MIRAC). Activity: panel presentation. When: November 22-23.

2017. Digital Democracy: Critical Perspectives in the Age of Big Data. Where: Södertörn University, Stockholm, Sweden. Organizer: ECREA Communication and Democracy, ECREA Media Industries and Cultural Production + Södertörn University. Activity: Panel presentation. When: November 10-11.

2017. Transmediale: Ever Elusive. Where: Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany. Organizer: Transmediale/Kulturprojekte Berlin GmbH. Activity: arts performance and paper presentation by invitation from Kristoffer Gansing (artistic director at Transmediale). When: February 2-5.

2016. Society for Cinema and Media Studies Yearly Conference. Where: Atlanta, Georgia, US. Organizer: Society for Cinema and Media Studies. Activity: organized a panel + held paper presentation. When: March 30 -- April 3.

2016. Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries Yearly Conference. Where: Oslo University, Norway. Organizer: Network for Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries (DHN). Activity: panel presentationWhen: March 15-17.

2015. From Media to Materialities: Mapping the Afterlife of Digital Technologies. Where: Umeå University, Sweden. Organizer: HUMlab, Umeå University. Activity: participant. When: May 20-21.

2015. Data Power. Where: Sheffield, UK. Organizer: Department of Sociological Studies, University of Sheffield, UK. Activity: panel presentation. When: June 22-23.

2015. In the Flow: People, Media, Materialities. Where: Linköping University, Sweden. Organizer: Advanced Cultural Studies Institute of Sweden (ACSIS), Linköping University, Sweden. Activity: panel presentation. When: June 15-17.

2014. Genres of Scholarly Knowledge Production. Where: Umeå University, Sweden. Organizer: HUMlab, Umeå University. Activity: panel presentation, by invitation. When: December 10-12.

2014. A Transformed Musical Landscape. Where: Stockholm University, Sweden. Organizer: The Music Focused Interdisciplinary Research & Analysis Center (MIRAC), Stockholm University. Activity: paper presentation. When: November 26-27.

PREVIOUS WORKSHOPS/SYMPOSIUMS

2021. European History Reloaded. Where: Online/Utrecht. Activity: Symposium organizer, chair, and paper presenter. When: October 7-8.

2021. Discussant during an online talk with Lev Manovich on his book Cultural Analytics (MIT Press, 2020). Organizer: Humlab, Umeå University. When: May 6.

2019. AI, Recommendations, and the Curation of Culture. Where: Paris, France. Organizers: Jeremy Morris (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Georgina Born (Oxford University), Fernando Diaz (Microsoft Research/Spotify), Ashton Anderson (University of Toronto). When: October 4-5. You can find a copy of the white paper that was published as a result of the workshop here.

2019. Re-Imagining AI, pre-conference PhD workshop. Where: Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst, Basel Switzerland. Organizer: Critical Media Lab at FHNW. When: June 19-20.

2018. European History Reloaded. Where: Utrecht, Netherlands. Organizer: European History Reloaded research group. When: September 27-28.

2017. Scholarly Exchange at Tromsö University. Where: Tromsö University, Norway. Organizer: Prof. Roshwita Skare. When: November 23-24.

2017. Symposium on Video Tracing and Tracking in Digital Humanities Research. Where: Utrecht, Netherlands. Organizer: Netherlands Institute of Sound & Vision. When: October 12.

2017. Digital Methods for Studying Algorithms: Complicating the Socio-Technical Relation. Where: Södertörn University, Stockholm, Sweden. Teaching professor: Annette Markham (Aarhus). Organizer: YECREA & Södertörn University. When: November 9.

2015. A Medium is a Medium is a Medium. Where: Linköping University, Sweden. Organizer: Sensorium Network, Aesthetic Media AnArchaeology. When: September 18-19.

2015. Cybernetic Regimes and Subjection: Historical Trajectories and Contemporary Dynamics. Where: University of Bielefeld, Germany. Organizer: Department of Literature Studies at the University of Bielefeld & Umeå University. When: December 5.