Numbered Lives is a new book coming out with the MIT Press in November 2018. Using a two part structure to historicize the counting of life and death in Britain and the United States, Numbered Lives is a much needed history of the role of colonial, corporate, and religious thinking in our modern quantified lives.
Building on the 2016 HASTAC Wearables and Tangible Computing Research Charrette, we are hosting an exhibition at HASTAC 2017 (Nov 2-4, Florida). We invite proposals for participation from scholars, artists, and activists at both student and professional levels. In particular, we are eager to see emerging and exploratory work in the broad range of wearables and tangible computing. In keeping with the Possible Worlds thematic of the event, proposals can […]
If we can’t see the ethical stakes (+ power relations) in digital archives we are going to do violence. Do better. Born of frustration and still very much a work in progress (gotta get the kids to school)…I have much more to include and I welcome your suggestions via twitter @profwernimont #justDigitalArchives or my ASU .edu email. Readings #Archivessowhite Introduction and Bibliography, Issues and Advocacy Research Posts https://issuesandadvocacy.wordpress.com/2016/04/18/archivessowhite-intro-bibliography/ Elvia Arroyo-Ramirez, […]