Our Engelberg Center Live! podcast contains audio from new events as well as events from the past:
Normalizing Gaze Speaker Series
Virtual discussions every other week through October
The Engelberg Center is joining with the High Line and Surveillance Technology Oversight Project to host The Normalizing Gaze: Surveillance from Drones to Phones, an online speaker series presented in conjunction with Sam Durant's High Line Plinth commission Untitled (drone). The second High Line Plinth commission, Untitled (drone) is a large-scale fiberglass sculpture in the shape of an abstracted Predator drone, on view on the High Line through August 2022.
This biweekly online series, running through October 2021, brings together artists, activists, scholars, filmmakers, journalists, and more to demystify the twinned histories of surveillance and drone warfare in the US and examine routine examples of surveillance in our daily lives.
November 11 & 12, 2021
While the law is often forced to make binary distinctions between what is real and what is fake, that distinction can be much more fluid in broader society. The Fake Symposium explores the distinction between the real and the fake in a number of different contexts, and how well that understanding in the legal context maps on to societal expectations.
You can learn more about previous Engelberg Center events on our past events page.
The Engelberg Center also hosts the Innovation Policy Colloquium, a unique event focusing each spring on different aspects of the law's role in promoting creativity, invention, and new technology.
All Engelberg Center events are governed by our Code of Conduct.