Our criticaldatasense team created a short film for the International Merleau-Ponty Circle video series celebrating the 75th anniversary of Phenomenology of Perception. Film launch and discussion Sept 23rd @1:00 pm EST. Free and on zoom, register for the event here. The film will be permanently available on vimeo after the launch.
Drawing on our interviews for the Moral Horizons project, the film uses animations by Director Santanu Dutta to explore discipline, pain, trauma, and touch in the clinic.
Looking forward to learning from and thinking with the the scholars and activists at the Carework Network Virtual Symposium, March 1-3, and the panel on technological futures of care.
Our video introduction to the installation can be found here.
The criticaldatasense team’s interactive, theatrical art installation “Moral Horizons of Pain” will be mounted at the Canmore artsPlace on October 23 & 24. It is a free community event! Register here.
Erin Knox, master’s student in sociology and graduate assistant for the Critical Data Sense project, has been awarded a Canada Graduate Scholarship – Master’s award, from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Canada.
New project underway: our team (Ariel Ducey, Pratim Sengupta, Learning Sciences, and Martina Kelly, Family Medicine) has been awarded a New Frontiers in Research Fund Exploration Grant ($269,745) for the project “Data, Touch, Technology and Medical Care.”
New paper: the first sociohistorical account of the widespread adoption of transvaginal mesh, just published in Social Science and Medicine.