I had a riveting weekend helping to coordinate and preside over a session at Theorizing the Web 2013 (#TtW13). I massively enjoyed presiding over the “Bodies and Bits” panel. These papers tackled those questions close to my heart and always in my mind. How do we invoke the body in the digital? Where does the cyborg begin and end? I have another post forthcoming on my thoughts connecting this fantastic work of the presenters to my own work. In the meantime, you can watch a recording of the livestream from our room–we kicked off at the 2hr40min mark.
Bodies and Bits | Room B | #b3
Presider: Jen Jack Gieseking @jgieseking
Hashtag Moderator: Donald W. Taylor II @donaldtaylorii
Christina Dunbar-Hester ‘The Internet Is A Series Of (Fallopian) Tubes’: “Diversity” Activism in Hacker and Software Projects
Gina Neff & co-authored by Brittany Fiore-Silfvast @ginasue What We Talk About When We Talk Data: Metrics, Mobilization, and Materiality in Performing Health Online
Jenny Davis @Jup83 Identity Prosumption and the Quantified Self Movement
John Michalczyk Disability & Technology: Redefining the Stage and the Field
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