Bodies, technologies and conflict
Society is lived, communicated and experienced through bodies. Through this premise we explore myriad interactions between bodies, environments and technologies as sites of social change and conflict. We study body modifications, body politics, dance, experiential geographies, resistances and technologies (digital, robotic and urban). Our research examines classic sociological concerns such as gender, race and class, and contemporary challenges including “big tissue”, gender performativity, and digital urban transformations.