Sep 9 2014 12:30pm to Sep 9 2014 12:30pm

Berkman Luncheon Series

Berkman Center 2014-2015 Orientation: Tuesday Luncheon

Learn more about the Berkman Center for Internet & Society and join our community

Learn more about the Berkman Center for Internet & Society -- and its network of researchers, activists, faculty, students, technologists, entrepreneurs, artists, policy makers, lawyers, and more -- in an interactive conversation lead by Faculty Chair Jonathan Zittrain. If you’re curious about connecting with our research, our community, or our events, or are just generally interested in digital technologies and their impact on society, please join us at our first Tuesday lunch of the academic year on September 9th on the Harvard Law School campus.

crawford.jpg

The Responsive City: Engaging Communities Through Data-Smart Governance

New book co-authored by Susan Crawford

The Responsive City is a compelling guide to civic engagement and governance in the digital age that will help municipal leaders link important breakthroughs in technology and data analytics with age-old lessons of small-group community input to create more agile, competitive and economically resilient cities. The book is co-authored by Professor Stephen Goldsmith, director of Data-Smart City Solutions at Harvard Kennedy School, and Professor Susan Crawford, co-director of Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet and Society. Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg penned the book’s foreword.

  • Susan Crawford

2 Sep 2014

New Report: “Integrating Approaches to Privacy across the Research Lifecycle: Long-term Longitudinal Studies”

The Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University is pleased to announce a new publication from its Privacy Tools for Sharing Research Data project team, titled “Integrating Approaches to Privacy across the Research Lifecycle: Long-term Longitudinal Studies.”

New Berkman Center initiative, Global Access in Action, hosts inaugural workshop on access to medicines in developing countries

Global Access in Action (GAiA), a new initiative of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard, is hosting a workshop today to assess promising but understudied strategies for increasing access to high-quality medicines in the world’s poorest countries.

Pages