14 - 16 Apr 2021

BILETA Conference



09:00 AM - 06:00 PM
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“Everybody knows that pestilences have a way of recurring in the world; yet somehow we find it hard to believe in ones that crash down on our heads .. Read more from a blue sky. It is an appropriate text for us because it describes one of the multiple situations we now find ourselves in that put our societies under global stress. As Camus points out, plague defines us, and how we respond to pandemics describes us with dazzling clarity. For those of us in our disUK, Brexit has been an extraordinary political journey that few of us could have foreseen, and which has involved all Europe. It plays key roles in liberating us, misinforming us, regulating us, oppressing us, profoundly influencing our very foundational concepts of democracy, the good, learning, global economic dependencies, epistemic critique, and epidemic transfer. Our conference will focus attention on the issues in all areas of technology practice, policy and governance that BILETA deals with as a scholarly body. Our keynote speakers will be addressing them, as will many of the conference papers.

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