Alessandro Delfanti is Associate Professor of Culture and New Media at the Institute of Communication, Culture, Information, and Technology and holds a graduate appointment in the Faculty of Information.
Master of Information (MI)
Concentrations: CIPS; C&T
Professor Delfanti’s work lies at the intersection of digital cultures and science and technology studies. His work is focused on the political economy of communication, digital labour, hacking, social movements, as well as open science. He is the author of Biohackers: The Politics of Open Science (Pluto Press 2013) and with Adam Arvidsson, of Introduction to Digital Media (Wiley-Blackwell 2019).
His book titled “The Warehouse: Workers and Robots at Amazon” will be released in October 2021. He has also released a book titled Introduction to Digital Media, as well as articles in journals, Science, Technology and Human Values and Social Studies of Science. He has given numerous invited lectures on Amazon and COVID-19 in the USA and Europe.
Digital Cultures; Digital Labour; Science and Technology Studies; Open Science; Politics of Hacking.
For an updated list of publications see www.delfanti.org
INF2197 Special Topics in Information Studies: Digital Labour
CCT300 Critical Analysis of Media (UTM)
WRI392 Research and Writing (UTM)