Category Archives: philosophy_of_science

Digital Humanities and the Subaltern – who gets to be “human”?

In a series of tweets, notes and paper abstracts so far I’ve been asking and thinking through this question in relation to why Digital Humanities – and how Digital Humanities can or should be mobilized for social justice. This involves a thinking through of what it means to be human (again) and of the location […]

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Professor Wiebe Bijker, Chair of the Department of Technology and Society Studies at the University of Maastricht, Netherlands, is “visiting” my class during the month of March. He will be “meeting” us at, where members from my Grad class (COMS 729) as well as some of my Phd advisees and my NGO collaborators from […]

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