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Sarah Sharma
Associate Professor Media Theory ICCIT/ Director of the McLuhan Centre for Culture and Technology at the University of Toronto
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ICCIT Jun 14
Join us on June 28, 2019 for U of T's 3rd Annual Black Graduation () Celebration . Open to all Black identifying students in Undergraduate, Graduate, Masters & PhD programs at who are a part of the Class
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McLuhan Centre UofT Jun 14
(1/3) Our 2018 conference Log Out! is now a special issue of ! We're thrilled that the research undertaken by one of our working groups at the Centre is now published. Editorial by , here:
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Sarah Sharma Jun 13
Replying to @reproutopia
I will be using it too for both grad and undergrad!
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Liam Cole Young Jun 12
My alma matter, , has two (!!) TT jobs. One in Digital Media Theory & Practice, one in Information and Media Policy & Law. Go work there! It is full of smart people and fab students.
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Marie Thompson Jun 13
While i'm on one about this, can I suggest the v cool "full automation" crowd maybe take a little look at this book before providing us with even more exciting blueprints?
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Sarah Sharma Jun 11
As soon as I saw 's tweet I was like..Oh I wonder what The Tristans of Tech said today!
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Jessica Lapp Jun 11
Rianka Singh - interdisciplinary studies of technology and society work when we centre how people of colour, women and queer folks experience the technological differently shouts out and as examples of sites doing this work
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Stephanie Fielding Jun 11
Avery Slater, thinking about “the ethics of reading” when designing AI. What are we rendering legible in these technologies? What populations are being creating by these readings?
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Sarah Sharma Jun 11
. perfect answer to the common questions of where/how: "Where isn't the site of intervention?"
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Jacob Ritchie 🤔 Jun 11
Prof. Ruha Benjamin from Princeton giving the opening keynote, shouting out and late professor and her friend Lee Ann Fuji
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Sarah Sharma Jun 10
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Arun Jacob Jun 9
. Your question about who has the privilege to engage in online spaces reminded me of 's article 'Going to Work in Mommy's Basement'
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Aleena Chia Jun 9
Must Read issue on how "workers actively challenge the technological demands of digital platforms" from Shenzen to Silicon Valley, from Foxconn employees to Foodora riders
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Sarah Sharma Jun 8
Critical Rapture Studies.
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Sarah Sharma Jun 8
Rapture not rupture!!
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Sarah Sharma Jun 8
It is so good! I was also about to write about the rupture but don't need to thanks to you two. Thank you?? :)
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Sarah Sharma Jun 8
And we talked about work on filthy computers and and new piece on futurist fetishists.
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Notes from Below Jun 8
Our latest issue is a collaboration with the Logout! It was a conference held last year at the University of Toronto. It focuses on the platform economy and worker resistance. You can read the editorial by and here:
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Sarah Sharma Jun 8
Replying to @PhaedraPezzullo
Yes! It's on exit/gender/tech and I must finish a full draft this summer. Said out loud on twitter therefore it will happen.
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Sarah Sharma Jun 8
Thanks for giving me the chance to test out the Broken Machine in outer space. This was the most fun and generative Q&A I've ever had!
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