As buzz terms like “post-truth” and “deep fake” remind us, the social lives of documents are entwined with the techno-political conditions of the communities who produce, save and share them.
The power of memes cannot be fully understood without considering their role in the complex relationship between technology, space, and politics.
Between technology and carefully crafted storytelling, it is the human imagination that remains at the core of any immersion.
Impairments are usually understood as the physical or biological substrates of culturally produced disabilities, but Jonathan Sterne considers them as a political and theoretical problem in their own right.
How do you persuade people to leave their indigenous communities to start new ones in a foreign and sometimes hostile place?
How natural language processing tools can be used to better understand participants’ experiences within simulated environments focused on anti-racist teaching