Author Archives: Tanja Dreher

Listening at the Intersections

The Listening at the Intersections workshop was held at the University of Roehampton, London in June 2019. Click here to download the program booklet: PROGRAM Listening at the Intersections 26 June 2019 The Discussion Starter essay by Divya Ghelani is available … Continue reading

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Listening after Christchurch

Following the massacre at the Al Noor Mosque in Otautahi Christchurch on March 15, social media and political commentary have featured debates on the politics of speaking and listening, and calls to listen in specific ways. Here I share my … Continue reading

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Data Justice workshop 12 April at UNSW

A community engagement workshop on the theme of Data Justice which brought together community advocates and researchers from a range of organisations and disciplines to start a dialogue on the social justice implications of datafication. Representatives of Islamophobia Watch Australia, … Continue reading

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PhD Scholarship – Data Justice: Technology, policy and community impact

Seeking interested applicants for PhD scholarships at UNSW, Sydney, to research Data Justice – an emerging research agenda on media and social justice in the age of datafication. The research theme highlights community impacts for ‘marginalised’ groups, which could include … Continue reading

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First Nations Activism and Media – Roundtable at UNSW 28 August

4S Affiliated Event Hosted by the School of Arts and Media at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Convened by Tanja Dreher   First Nations Activism and Media International Roundtable Tuesday 28 August, 2018 6 – 8pm (drinks and … Continue reading

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Shifting The Terms of Debate: Speaking, Writing and Listening Beyond Free Speech Debates

  Coming soon – Theme Issue of Continuum due for publication June 2018 Shifting The Terms of Debate: Speaking, Writing and Listening Beyond Free Speech Debates Theme Issue of Continuum edited by Tanja Dreher and Michael Griffiths Table of Contents … Continue reading

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Beyond Voice: Prospects and Challenges of Listening in Democracy

Final Program- Listening Symposium_18 Oct CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FLYER Democracy is commonly associated with finding a voice, speaking up and out, making oneself heard. The crucial role of listening in this process is often neglected or merely given … Continue reading

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