ttechnology

the knowledge, arts, crafts, and skills by which social groups provide themselves with the material objects of their civilization; frequently it refers directly to the material devices (e.g. machines) that embed the processes necessary to produce goods and services.

Our interest here is in new or emerging technologies as these create, reproduce, transform or resist precarious forms of life and/or relationships of care. 

Such technologies may include, but are not limited to:

  • Artificial intelligence

  • Biotechnologies

  • Communication technologies

  • Educational technologies

  • Entertainment technologies

  • Green technologies

  • Information technologies

  • Nanotechnologies

  • Robotics

  • Social media

  • Surveillance technologies

  • Virtual and augmented reality

We are especially interested in analyses, depictions, and interventions into such technologies--as well as technological inventions themselves that are shaped by feminist, queer, crip & decolonial perspectives.  If you've written, composed, or created something you'd like to see included here, please let us know!