MDSB10H3 Technology, Culture and Society

This course considers technology as an everyday social practice. It challenges deterministic ideas of technology as a cause of social change and examines theories that understand technology and culture as mutually constituted. Perspectives include actor-network theory, critical theory of technology, feminist technology studies, media archaeology, and cyber-, post- and transhumanism.

Prerequisite: 
Breadth Requirements: 
History, Philosophy & Cultural Studies