In December 2022, a Webinar on the “Digital inequalities” will be held online and at Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain. The Webinar boasts panels of international experts divided into the key topics. Each panel will discuss papers, which will be distributed in advance to the participants.

Participants will be connected through Carlos III’s online platform. The topics will be the following:

Some emergent and established forms of inequality. Potential themes include but are not limited to digital inequalities in relation to AI, algorithms, misinformation, digital labor, platform economy, cybersafety, cybercrime, gaming, big data, the digital public sphere, economic class, gender, sexuality, race and ethnicity, aging, disability, healthcare, education, rural residency, networks, public policy, etc.

If you are interested, please send an abstract and short bio (up to 300 words) to  by 15  July 2022.

The Webinar will be held between November/December 2022 in different sessions.

We plan to publish select webinar papers in an edited volume by a Press with an international reputation such as Palgrave or Routledge. Do not hesitate to contact the Coordinator if you have any queries or would like further information.

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