Hi, I’m Emma Stamm. I’m a writer and scholar working at the intersection of critical theory and philosophically-informed STS. This site profiles my scholarship and creative interests.

Between Fall 2021 and Spring 2023 I served as Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Villanova University, where I taught courses in Computer Ethics. As of Fall 2023, I’m an Assistant Professor of Science, Technology, and Society at Farmingdale State College (SUNY). Selected syllabi are available behind the “teaching” link.

My dissertation (excerpt here) looks at the epistemic assumptions underlying the use of digital methods in today’s psychedelic science.

In addition to my academic writing, I publish across genres. E.g., personal essays, experimental prose, cultural/political criticism, and fiction. A selection of my work is available under “publications.”

I make music too. “Etc.” includes a link to my old Bandcamp account.

Here’s a video where some friends and I discuss technological capitalism: “Digital Moralia 1.” And a frequently-updated list of links: resources at the intersection of tech and the social sciences / humanities.

I’m on academia.edu here and I also write a lot here. To contact me directly, please email stamme@farmingdale.edu. Thank you!