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ENGLISH 221: Software, Hardware, Wetware: Cyberpunk Systems Theory

This course explores the ways we talk and think about how systems work, using nonfiction and science fiction to understand software, hardware, and wetware. A theoretical grounding in the tools used to analyze such systems from a humanistic perspective, including tools from cyber/data feminism, anti-orientalism, and queer theory, as well as practical experience in systems analysis. Students will produce soft/hard/wetware criticism of their own in addition to literary-critical argument. No coding experience required.
Terms: Sum | Units: 3-5
Instructors: Nomura, N. (PI)
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