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CCM 760 The Body Digital: Biopolitics and Media 3.0 Credits

Students explore how the political economies of digital media and data permeate institutions, such as the life sciences, medicine, border control, public health, and other related institutions of biopolitical governance. In particular, we consider how the body, mostly human, but sometimes other, becomes a medium, an interface and a commodity in surveillance biocapitalism, as well as a site for mediated experimentation in arts, science and film.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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