Staff and students are warmly invited to attend a virtual seminar jointly run by the LINCS and LINAS doctoral programmes
Ciara McHugh, a final year LINCS doctoral scholar, will be presenting a paper titled “‘Racism isn't getting worse, it's getting filmed’: (Counter-)surveillance and BLM". This presentation outlines how Black Americans bore witness during the foundations of the Black Lives Matter Movement in the early 2010s. Ciara’s research is situated at the intersection between protests, policing and counter-surveillance.
Tomás McInerney, a second year LINCS doctoral scholar, will be presenting a paper titled: “Turtles All the Way Down: Explanations and Approximations of Explanations”. His work looks at the use of algorithmic decision-making methods to make administrative and judicial decisions.
This seminar may be of particular interest to PhD/early career researchers across a wide range of disciplines.
To register your attendance at our seminar, and/or to be added to the LINCS/LINAS Seminar Series Teams space, please email Tomás at email@example.com.
The LINCS/LINAS Seminar series is student-led and organised by Dr Meg Schwamb and the doctoral scholars on both programmes. Further information on the doctoral training programmes can be found at the following links: