Conferences

Ringel, S., & Marciano, A. (2017). Technological standards and the politics of representation. Israel Communication Association (ISCA) 21th Annual Conference, Sapir Academic College, Israel (2 April 2017). [Hebrew].

Marciano, A., & Ringel, S. (2016). Technological standards and the politics of representation. Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR) 17th Annual Meeting, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Berlin, Germany (5-8 October 2016).

Marciano, A. (2016). Evaluating the harms of biometric surveillance. Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR) 17th Annual Meeting, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Berlin, Germany (5-8 October 2016).

Marciano, A. (2015). Living the online-offline dualism: Transgender users in cyberspace. “Communicating”: Graduate Student Conference. Department of Communication, University of Haifa, Israel (13 December 2015). [Hebrew].

Marciano, A. (2015). The ambivalent discourse on biometric technologies in Israeli media. Research Seminar: Exploring Media Ambivalence. The Center for Media, Religion and Culture, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado (17-18 November 2015).

Marciano, A. (2015). Evaluating the harms of biometric surveillance: A New model. Privacy and Cyber Workshop. Law Faculty, Tel Aviv University, Israel (28 April 2015). [Hebrew].

Marciano, A. (2014). Biometric technologies and surveillance: Social sorting, discrimination, and citizenship. Pre-conference: Data and discrimination: Converting critical concerns into productive inquiry. International Communication Association (ICA) 64th Annual Conference, Seattle, Washington (22-26 May 2014).

Marciano, A. (2014). Biometric technologies in Israel: Surveillance, citizenship, and resistance. Society for Cinema and Media Studies (SCMS) 54th Annual Conference, Seattle, Washington (19-23 March 2014).

Marciano, A. (2014). Biometric technologies as surveillance: Bodies, information, and citizenship. Doctoral colloquium, iSchool, Berlin School of Library and Information Science, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (4-7 March 2014).

Marciano, A. (2013). Israel’s biometric project: Current status and social implications. Research Conference: Information and Knowledge, University of Haifa, Israel (13 November 2013). [Hebrew].

Invited Presentations

Privacy.Dot.Com: A seminar in honor of Dr. Jacob Hecht. Sapir Academic College (8 October 2015). [Hebrew].

A panel on the Israeli biometric database. Department of Communication, Tel Aviv University (21 January 2015). [Hebrew].