Honolulu, Hawai‘i October 9-12

9-12 OCTOBER 2018
Honolulu, Hawai‘i • MAP

Tuesday
10/9

VENUE: EAST-WEST CENTER


8:00–9:00

Coffee & Registration


east-west center

9:00–12:00

Tutorials

pre-registration required

*all tutorials at the East-West Center, allow 20–30 min travel time


12–1:00 lunch

provided on site


1:00–4:00

Tutorials

pre-registration required

*all tutorials at the East-West Center, allow 20–30 min travel time


6:00–9:00

Welcome Reception & Sponsor Exhibition

*at the Waikiki Aquarium—MAP

Wednesday
10/10

VENUE: MARRIOTT WAIKIKI


7:30–8:30

Continental Breakfast

Lanai


8:00–4:00

Registration, Book Exhibit

Lanai


8:30–9:00

Conference Chairs’ Welcome

Kona


justin richland

9:00–9:45

Keynote: Justin Richland

Kona


9:45–10:00 coffee


10:00–11:00

Concurrent Sessions

· Case Studies: Rehumanizing Data, Kona
· Case Studies: Designing Hybrid Futures, Waikiki 3
· Papers: Evidence in a Global Context, Waikiki 2
· Salon 1: Bias & Its Consequences, Honolulu
· Salon 2: Data-Driven Design, Kou


11:00–11:30 coffee


11:30–12:15

Concurrent Sessions

· PechaKucha: Negotiating Possibility, Kona
· PechaKucha: Whose Story Is It, Anyway?, Waikiki 3
· Salon 3: Career Transitions, Kou
· Salon 4: What Is Evidence?, Honolulu


12:15–1:45

Networking Lunch

Lanai/Kona


1:45–2:45

Concurrent Sessions

· Papers: Re-thinking Evidence, Subjectivity, and Data Veracity, Kona
· Papers: Communicating: Evidence, Big Data, and Empathy, Waikiki 3
· Papers: Beyond the Interview: New Methods for Collecting Data, Waikiki 2
· Salon 5: Distilling Research into Deliverables, Honolulu
· Salon 6: Ethnography & AI 1, Kou


2:45–3:15 break


3:15–4:30

Ethnographic Film

Kona


luau

5:00–

Conference Dinner

Starlight Luau at the Hilton Hawaiian Village, separate ticket required—MAP

Thursday
10/11

VENUE: MARRIOTT WAIKIKI


7:30–8:30

Breakfast Buffet

Waikiki 1


8:00–4:00

Registration, Book Exhibit

Lanai


8:00–4:00

Gallery

Waikiki 1


panelists

8:30–9:40

Panel: Design & Data

Jeanette Blomberg, Marc Böhlen, Tom Lee
Kona


9:40–10:00 coffee


10:00–11:00

Concurrent Sessions

· Case Studies: Shifting Power & Agency, Kona
· Papers: Methods at the Intersection of Ethnography & Big Data in the Age of AI & Machine Learning, Waikiki 3
· Salon 7: The Value of Small-n Research, Honolulu
· Salon 8: Ethnography & AI 2, Kou
· Unconference Salon, Waikiki 2


11:00–11:15 coffee


11:15–12:00

Concurrent Sessions

· PechaKucha: Systemic Evidence: Seen & Not Seen, Kona
· PechaKucha: Embodied Perspectives, Waikiki 3
· Salon 9: Ethnographic Film, Honolulu


12:15–1:15

Lunch

Embracing Diversity

Kona


1:15–2:15

Concurrent Sessions

· Papers: The Organizational Context of Data, Kona
· Case Studies: Balancing Evidence, Waikiki 3
· Salon 10: Distilling Research into Deliverables, Honolulu
· Salon 11: Datafication in Society, Kou

· Unconference Salon, Waikiki 2


2:15–2:45 break


2:45–3:45

Concurrent Sessions

· Papers: Ethnographic Theory & Practice, Waikiki 3
· Papers: Brave New World: Evidence in the Age of AI & Machine Learning, Kona
· Unconference Salon, Waikiki 2


3:45–4:00 break


virginia eubanks

4:00–4:45

Keynote: Virginia Eubanks

Kona


4:45–5:00

Closing Announcements

Kona


dinner on your own

Friday
10/12

VENUE: MARRIOTT WAIKIKI


7:30–8:30

Breakfast Buffet

Lanai


EPIC

8:30–8:45

EPIC2019 Announcement!

…and other essential news from the EPIC Board
Kona


panelists

8:45–9:45

Panel: What’s Fair in a Data-Mediated World?

Elizabeth Churchill, Astrid Countee, Nathan Good
Kona


9:45–10:00 coffee


10:00–11:00

Plenary Session:
Possibilities and Limitations for Moving Forward

Kona


11:00–11:15 coffee


donna flynn

11:15–12:00

Keynote: Donna K. Flynn

Kona