Feminist, Anti-Colonial and Post-Capitalist Technofutures
Introduces students to theoretical approaches for understanding the social, material and power (political) dimensions of science and technology, as well as practical approaches for imagining and enacting more ethical, equitable, collaborative and anti-colonial technofutures. Topics studied include: science, technology and social theory; feminist, anti-colonial and post-capitalist approaches to science and technology; translating knowledge to engage public audiences.
Lecturer(s) Dr Karly Burch
SOCIOL 300: 15 points
30 points at Stage II in Sociology, or COMMS 103 and 208