reading group: materialism, work and care

In advance of Helen Thornham’s visit to Sussex later in March, we thought this might be a good opportunity to discuss a chapter from her newly published book: Gender and Digital Culture: Between Irreconcilability and the Datalogical. We will be reading Chapter 4: ‘Being Known: Autom-data-ed bodies, maternal subjectivity’. pp. 69-103 (35 pages). The book is available online via the university library and the chapter can be printed from there, with Victoria Jaynes and David Banks(SHL) March 14th, 2-3pm Freeman Centre, FRE-F22, UoS