Stefan Larsson is associate professor in technology and social change and head of Lund University Internet Institute (LUii) in Sweden. He holds a Phd in sociology of law, a PhD in spatial planning, an LLM, and is an expert on digital sociolegal change, including issues of trust, consumption, traceability and privacy. He has published more than 30 peer-reviewed articles, scientific book chapters and books since 2012, and is one of the most downloaded researchers at Lund University, and is a member of the scientific board of the Swedish Consumer Agency. He is currently a visiting researcher at UH Mānoa collaborating with Debora Halbert.
Sarah Jamal [email]
Sarah Jamal is a PhD candidate at Aberystwyth University in Wales in the Department of International Politics. Sarah's work discusses the Separation Wall through the work of contemporary Palestinian artists, activists, and residents. This work focuses on the ways in which the Wall interacts with the landscape and is an exploration of the politics how the Separation Wall looks. Other areas of interest include: Queer Theory, Race and Gender Studies, Critical Security and Border Studies.