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Maya Indira Ganesh is a technology researcher and writer and speaker who works with arts and cultural organisations, academia and NGOs. She is working on a PhD at Leuphana University, about the cultural-computational shaping of the notion of machine ‘autonomy’, and the evolving role of the human in this. Her other areas of research expertise include: gender, feminism and technology; big data and discrimination; digital security and privacy in human rights defence; online activism. She has worked with Tactical Tech, the Citizen Lab at the University of Toronto, UNICEF India, and the APC Women’s Rights Program.
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PhD in Migration Studies. External lecturer Roskilde University (department of Communication and Humanities) and Århus University (department of Education), documentarist + independent consultant/activist. Research interests; management of migration, marginalised migrants and migrant illegality, technologies and production of difference and processes of inclusion/exclusion, historisation of migration; racialization, whiteness and gender in memory and silence about the Nordic colonial past, white privilege and everyday racism.
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Jodi Dean is the Do­nald R. Har­ter '39 Pro­fes­sor of Hu­ma­nities and So­ci­al Sci­en­ces at Ho­bart and Wil­li­am Smith Col­le­ges in Ge­ne­va, New York. She is the aut­hor or edi­tor of ele­ven books, in­clu­ding Democracy and Other Neoliberal Fantasies (Duke 2009), Blog Theory (Po­li­ty 2010), and The Communist Horizon (Ver­so 2012).