Talks and Interviews

(2022) “Why we still can’t have our facts back,” Online lecture, Scientific assessment in a post-truth society, Symposium hosted by the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (PBL), 6-7 October 2022. [video]

(2022) “Social Science is Explanation or it is Nothing,” Online debate with M. Savage, M. Mills and J. Go, chaired by M. Krause, London School of Economics, 13 October [video]

(2021), Dreams, delusions and data, debate with K. Cukier and J. Bryson, chaired by L. Mason, HowTheLightGetsIn, Festival for Music and Philosophy, 11 June [video]

(2018) Situational Analytics: why social research must become inventive in a digital age, Oxford Internet Institute, October 18

(2016) Infrastructuring Publics or Societies? On Street Trials as Experiments in Interpretation, the Media of Co-operation Research Programme (SFB), University of Siegen, 12 December

(2018) Is Big Data a Big Mistake?, HowTheLightGetsIn, Festival for Music and Philosophy, 26 May

(2018) Making Cars Social? 8th Organizations, Artifacts and Practices (OAP) Workshop, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, interview by Katie Stephenson, 22 June [video]

(2017) What if Nothing Happens? Street Trials as Experiments in Participation, The Participatory Environmental Humanities, University of New South Wales, Sydney, 18 July.

(2017) Interview with H. Knox on Digital Sociology for Big Data and Society, 9 May 2017, Central St Martins (video).

(2016) What are digital cultures? Centre for Digital Cultures, Leuphana University, Germany, 26 January.

(2015) What makes a public affair? Annual Lecture der Offentlichkeit, Von den Freunden Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany, 16 April.

(2015 )Interview with ProtoPublics by Leah Armstrong, Warmington Tower, Goldsmiths, University of London, 11 March.

(2014) Technology and culture are becoming more and more entangled. Interview with Mark Carrigan, The LSE Impact Blog, December 3.

(2013) What is Digital Sociology? An Interview with Noortje Marres by Mark Carrigan, April 14

(2013) Unseen war: The myth of information, Interview with Marek Tuszynski, Exposing the Invisble, a series of documentaries on drone warfare.

(2008) A conversation with Lucy Kimbell and Nina Wakeford. Imagining Business, Exhibition Catelogue, Said Business School, University of Oxford.