Stefania will take part in ‘Slow computing: A workshop on resistance in the algorithmic age’, organised by Rob Kitchin and Alistair Fraser and hosted by the Programmable City project, the Social Sciences Institute and the Department of Geography of Maynooth University, Ireland. “In line with the parallel concepts of slow food (e.g. Miele & Murdoch 2002) or slow scholarship (Mountz et al 2015), ‘slow computing’ (Fraser 2017) is a provocation to resist”, reads the call for papers. Check out the program and the line-up. Stefania’s presentation is titled “Resist, subvert, accelerate. Towards an ethics of engagement in the age of the computational theocracy”.