INF 386G - Gender, Technology, and Information


Graduate standing.


Definitions of and metaphors for technologies; in-depth analysis of feminism and science and technologies studies, masculinities and technologies, woman's underrepresentation in technology, reproductive and sexual technologies, domestic technologies, design and architecture, book clubs and reading, and gender and (information) articulation work.
Three lecture hours a week for one semester.
Only one of the following may be counted: Graduate School 390J (Topic: Gender, Technology, and Information), Information Studies 386G, Women's and Gender Studies 393 (Topic: Gender, Technology, and Information).

Year Semester Course Professor
2010 Spring INF 386G - Gender, Technology, and Information Doty, Philip
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