ASU plays host to surveillance conference
ASU will play host to an international conference on surveillance and inequality March 16-17. The event will bring together a multi-disciplinary and international array of scholars studying the social effects of contemporary surveillance.
Participants include researchers from five different countries and 12 academic disciplines. The conference is sponsored by the National Science Foundation, ASU's School for Justice and Social Inquiry, and ASU's Women and Gender Studies Program.
The goals of the conference are to identify inequalities with the use of surveillance technologies. For more information, contact Torin Monahan, an assistant professor of justice and social inquiry, at (480) 965-4522.