To Stand in the Gap
This is a 20-minute conference paper that gives an overview of our article on how sexual misconduct and ‘well-being’ in universities are understood.
Oman, S., & Bull, A. (2021). Joining up well-being and sexual misconduct data and policy in HE: ‘To stand in the gap’ as a feminist approach. The Sociological Review: Joining up well-being and sexual misconduct data and policy in HE: ‘To stand in the gap’ as a feminist approach
This paper was originally presented as part of the conference “Unsettling Knowledge Production on Gendered & Sexual Violence Symposium 2021”,
Department of Psychology, University of Cape Town
A pre-print version of the article can be found here: annabullresearch.wordpress.com
where Department of Psychology, University of Cape Town
when 10/11/21view video
For an Animated Politics
Invited contribution to the workshop stream:
Writing International Politics: From style and methods to power and poetics.
9th European workshops in International Studies: The Interconnected Worlds of the Past and the Present: Co-constituting the International, Thessaloniki, 6-9 July 2022
where University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece
when 08/07/22 09.30more details
Thinking differently about data
where Administrative Data Research UK
when 15/06/22 15.00more details
Hvad kan og skal vi med well-being data?
I will deliver a workshop for Danish practitioner network. The network, loosely translated as: The Promotion of health through cultural initiatives. Network for culture, employment, social welfare and health is for research-practitioners in Aarhus and the 12 municipalities of The Central Denmark Region.
where Aarhus Universitat
when 20/05/22 10.00 - 11.30more details
Well-being data for understanding
The World Summit on the Information Society Forum (WSIS) 2022 represents the world’s largest annual gathering of the ‘ICT for development’ community and is co-organized by ITU, UNESCO, UNDP and UNCTAD for coordination of multi- stakeholder implementation activities, information exchange, creation of knowledge, sharing of best practices and continues to provide assistance in developing multi-stakeholder and public/private partnerships to advance development goals.
where World Summit on the Information Society 2022 (WSIS 2022), Trento
when 13/04/22 12.00more details
Understanding Well-being Data: a cultural problem
The Workshop in Cultural Affairs connects cultural affairs experts together in a forum for scholarly discussion of the important issues being faced in the field of cultural affairs. Susan Oma will present and lead a workshop on pressing issues in cultural affairs
where Indiana University (online)
when 04/05/22 12pm – 1pm EDTmore details
Following the data – approaching cultural, media research and data for policy
Presentation at MECCSA (Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association)
where MECCSA (Online)
when 27/04/22 5:30 – 17:00 BSTmore details
SHDC-RG Research Series: Public Sessions on Science, Health, & Data Communication
‘Following the data’ to understand well-being data
where Bournemouth University, Science (online)
when 12/05/22 2-3pm GMTmore details
ASIS&T Presents: Coffee with the author, Dr Susan Oman
Dr Oman will present an overview of the book Understanding Well-being Data’s findings regarding the well-being of different people and places; the uses, misuses and abuses of well-being data, and the implications for our understanding of society. There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion.
where Asis&t (online)
when 18/03/22 1-2pm GMTmore details
Following the data: A methodology for cultural policy research
Susan will present the influence of art historical methodologies on her book: Understanding WEll-being Data
School of Art History and Cultural Policy Research Seminar Series, Spring 2022
where University College Dublin (online)
when 07/02/22 3:00pm GMTmore details
CWiPP online event: Understanding Well-being Data
Event cancelled for industrial action.
where Centre for Wellbeing in Public Policy, University of Sheffield (online)
when 18/12/21 3:00-4:00pmmore details
Book launch of 'Understanding Well-being Data Improving Social and Cultural Policy, Practice and Research'
A special event in the seminar series to mark the publication of Dr Susan Oman’s new book
where Centre for Science, Knowledge and Policy, University of Edinburgh (online)
when 27/10/21 11:30am GMTmore details
KEYNOTE: Understanding Well-being Data: Revealing gaps and new possibilities for cultural policy, practice and research.
Keynote address, in which Dr Susan Oman will present material from her upcoming book on well-being, data and understanding
Capturing the Societal Values of Culture: Towards Inclusive and Participatory European Cultural Policies,
INVENT Conference, Rotterdam (online)
where INVENT Conference, Rotterdam (online)
when 23/09/21more details