Hello! I’m Emma Stamm. Welcome to my website.
I’m a Ph.D. candidate in ASPECT and instructor at Virginia Tech. My dissertation explores the epistemology of digital methods through the lens of psychedelic drug research. The working title is Hallucinating Facts: Psychedelic Science and the Epistemic Power of Data. More on that to come — for now, here’s my curriculum vitae.
My freelance writing has appeared in Commune Mag, The New Inquiry, Real Life Mag, 2600: The Hacker Quarterly and more. Here are select publications.
I also serve as co-editor for SPECTRA, a peer-reviewed journal which publishes critical work in the social sciences and humanities.
In my free time, I write fiction and poetry, build websites, and compose music. You can check out my Bandcamp here.
My Twitter handle is @turing_tests. Academic materials, including conference presentations and course syllabi, are at academia.edu.
I like hearing from anybody interested in my work — get in touch at email@example.com.
Thank you for visiting!