Digital/Debt/Empire registration form
Digital-Debt-Empire is a suite of events, publications, media and collaborations centred around a gathering of scholars, activists and artists in Vancouver, 25-28 April of 2019.
Thanks to the support of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada we are able to bring more than 25 leading thinkers and organizers together for what promises to be a stimulating and generative set of conversations.
We aim to explore the legacies and currents of race, colonialism and empire in debt regimes past and present.
***** For more information and a full schedule, please visit:
We are keen to welcome participants who would like to discuss these topics. However, with the exception of our evening public sessions we have very limited space at our venue.
As a result, to be considered for participation, please fill out this registration form no later than April 1. We will strive to confirm with successful registrants by April 8.
We will be assessing registration to prioritize the following:
- Those who are certain of their ability to participate for the entirety of the gathering (Thursday, Friday and Saturday).
- Those already participating in the DDE Study Group at Pollyanna Archive
- Current students (graduate and undergraduate), artists or activists with a direct link to the conference theme
- A diversity participants
Many of the talks and conversations will also be webcast live and/or recorded for later distribution.
Tell us a little (1-3 sentences) about who you are and what you do
Do you require any accommodations for accessibility?
Are you an active participant in the DDE study group?
I go every week
I go sometimes
I've never been
Does your work as an activist, artist, scholar or human being relate directly to the core themes of the gather? If so, explain.
Do you identify as a member of an marginalized or oppressed group? Please explain as you feel comfortable
What open sessions would you like to attend (see
) [ note that these sessions are open to all, but registration is preferred]
(open) "What do we mean by ‘financial inclusion’?" roundtable - Thursday, April 25, noon
(open) "The digital debts of empire" plenary - Thursday, April 25, 7pm
(open) "Global struggles within, against and beyond debt’s empire" plenary - Friday, April 26, 7pm
(open) "Building collective power against debt" workshop - Sunday, April 28, 10am
(open) "Grassroots auditing and debt research" workshop - Sunday, April 28, 12:30pm
(open) "Art versus debt" workshop - Sunday, April 28, 3pm
Would you like to apply to attend the by-registration workshops as well (see
)? If so, which ones? [please note that, due to extremely limited space, we cannot accept all applications. We will contact applicants by April 15 to confirm]
Morning, Friday April 26 "The work of debt"
Afternoon, Friday April 26 "The bonds of technology"
Morning, Saturday April 27 "Debt becomes you"
Afternoon, Saturday April 27 "Counter-accounting"
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