Professor, Science and Technology Studies
My interests are in developing collaborations between social research (problems in race, class and gender; sustainability; poverty) and science and technology research (complexity theory, cybernetics, nanotechnology). Much of my work approaches this intersection through "generative justice," the bottom-up circulation of unalienated value. This includes computational models of indigenous knowledge in STEM education, technologies for ecologically sustainable production techniques and the enhancement of artisanal labor with automated tools.
B.S. in Cybernetics; M.S. in Systems Engineering; PhD in History of Consciousness; University of California