Hello! I’m Emma Stamm. Welcome to my website.
I’m a PhD candidate in ASPECT and instructor in the Political Science department at Virginia Tech. My research is interdisciplinary, spanning political theory, continental philosophy and STS. My dissertation explores computability and epistemology through the lens of psychedelic drug research. The working title is Psychedelic Science and Digital Epistemology. More on that to come.
My freelance writing has appeared in Commune Mag, The New Inquiry, Real Life Mag, 2600: The Hacker Quarterly and more. Here are links to select publications.
I also serve as co-editor for SPECTRA, a peer-reviewed journal which publishes critical work in the social sciences and humanities.
I write music for piano and an odd assortment of instruments, including code, as often as I can. Here’s my Bandcamp.
My Twitter handle is @turing_tests. Academic materials, including conference presentations, course syllabi, and my CV, are at academia.edu.
You may contact me via email: email@example.com.
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