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Colin Milburn – Inside Out: Videogames and the Technological Impulse

Colin Milburn – Inside Out: Videogames and the Technological Impulse

A “Liveblog” of Colin Milburn’s STS colloquium presentation, March 14, 2016. Compiled by Erik Stayton with the help of Mitali Thakor and anonymous others. The discussant was Emily Wanderer.   Hanna Shell: She welcomes us to the first STS Colloquium of the Spring 2016 season. Colin shared with us chapters of his book. Before she moves on to introducing Colin, she notes that Emily is an STS graduate and welcomes her back. Colin is the Gary Snyder Chair in Science and the Humanities at UC Davis, where he holds affiliations in STS, Cinema and Media Studies, and English — “he […]

Liveblog: Survivors, Cyber-Law & Harm Reduction, MIT Workshop on Sex Trafficking + Technology

Liveblog: Survivors, Cyber-Law & Harm Reduction, MIT Workshop on Sex Trafficking + Technology

Cowritten with Rebecca Perry, with additional help from Shreeharsh Kelkar; video by Lan Li; this workshop occurred on April 26, 2013.The final session of the MIT Sex Trafficking & Technology Workshop. Video available here: MIT Workshop on Sex Trafficking + Technology, Session 2: “Survivors, Cyber-Law, and Harm Reduction” Speakers:Virginia Greiman (Ginny)Abigail JudgeDiscussant:Manduhai BuyandelgerMitali Thakor introduces Manduhai, who is teaching a class this semester on trafficking.  Manduhai welcomes everyone and thanks Mitali for singlehandedly organizing this workshop. She introduces Ginny and Abigail.Ginny Greiman describes herself as a lawyer, but not a lawyer’s lawyer. She looks at problems as business problems. How does one stop a very lucrative business? A young […]