News about Dr. Madelyn Sanfilippo’s career and research, as well as updates about her talks and presentations.

March 26, 2021

Governing Privacy in Knowledge Commons is published by Cambridge University Press.

March 24, 2021

Data and Privacy in a Quasi-Public Space: Disney World as a Smart City” won the Lee Dirks Award for Best Full Research Paper at the iConference. A recording of the presentation can be viewed here.

February 19, 2021

Madelyn Sanfilippo and Tithi Chattopadhyay presented “Sociotechnical Cooperatives: The Impact of Technology on Cooperative Organizations” at TPRC 48.

October 28, 2020

Shengnan Yang, Pnina Fichman, Xiaohua Zhu, Madelyn Sanfilippo, Shijuan Li, and Kenneth R Fleischmann discussed “The Use of ICT during COVID-19” at the 57th Annual Meeting of ASIS&T.

October 9, 2020

The Workshop on Governing Knowledge Commons hosted a workshop on data governance in smart cities, bringing together scholars, civil society, and data privacy officials from smart cities. An edited volume, including two chapters from Madelyn Sanfilippo, is forthcoming in the series Cambridge Studies on Governing Knowledge Commons.

July 21, 2020

Madelyn presented Disaster Privacy/Privacy Disaster during Session 4: Specific Technologies: Cameras/Smart Speakers/Apps at the FTC’s PrivacyCon 2020. A video recording is available, as well as the paper presented.

June 8, 2020

“The iSchool is pleased to announce that Madelyn Sanfilippo will join the faculty as an assistant professor in August 2020. She is currently a postdoctoral IT policy researcher at the Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP) at Princeton University.”

About Madelyn

Madelyn Rose Sanfilippo is an Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign in the School of Information Sciences. Her research empirically explores governance of sociotechnical systems, as well as outcomes, inequality, and consequences within these systems. Using mixed-methods, including computational social science approaches and institutional analysis, she addresses research questions about: participation…