In this episode of Gender, Sex and Tech: Continuing the Conversation, Jennifer Jill Fellows interview Dr. Lisa Smith about the material technologies of Bikes, Birth Control and Baby Bottles. Lisa examines the modernist notion of technology, and whether these three material technologies fulfill the modernist promise of freedom and progress.
Transcripts found here: https://gendersextech.opened.ca/2022/05/06/transcripts-for-episode-one/
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