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Allucquere Sandy Stone


Professor EmeritaPh. D., University of California, Santa Cruz

Associate Professor Emeritus

Contact

Biography


E-mail: sandy@actlab.utexas.edu
Office: CMA 6.124
Phone: 512-695-6732 (Students only)
512-380-9933 (Non-students)
Hours: by appointment
Associate Professor
Ph.D., University of California, Santa Cruz, 1993

Principal scholarly and research interests:

New Media production, video production, performance, installation, gender and sexuality with emphasis on Transgender, and fantasy/science fiction. All my current work involves making stuff, though inevitably the stuff is theory-laden. Recent work can be viewed at:

www.sandystone.com

www.sandystone.com/research.html

The two New Media courses I teach each semester are combinations of theory and making, with emphasis on making. All my courses involve elements of boundary transgression, epistemic rupture, and play. In no particular order, the complete current list is:

Trans: Boundary crossings and sense(s) of self
Weird Science: Action in the space between "real" and pseudo science
Blackbox: How facts become real and how things mean
PostModern Gothic: Monsters, desire, and epistemic rupture
Death: Change and corruption writ large
Soundscapes: Practicum in sound installation theory and practice
Performance: Practicum in street theatre with a documentary component
When Cultures Collide: Building cooperative multinational websites

Courses


WGS 324 • Trans: Dangerous Brdr Violatns

48708 • Fall 2009
Meets M 1:00PM-4:00PM CMB B4.110
(also listed as WGS 393)

Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies in Communication.

DESCRIPTION:
Multidisciplinary course examining issues of women, gender, and sexuality in media industries, texts, and audiences.

WGS 324 • The Uncanny

48722 • Fall 2008
Meets W 1:00PM-4:00PM CMB B4.110
(also listed as WGS 393)

Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies in Communication.

DESCRIPTION:
Multidisciplinary course examining issues of women, gender, and sexuality in media industries, texts, and audiences.

WGS 324 • Trans: Dangerous Brdr Violatns

49803 • Fall 2007
Meets M 1:00PM-4:00PM CMB B4.110
(also listed as WGS 393)

Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies in Communication.

DESCRIPTION:
Multidisciplinary course examining issues of women, gender, and sexuality in media industries, texts, and audiences.

WGS 345 • Trans: Dangerous Brdr Violatns

44563 • Spring 2004
Meets TH 2:00PM-5:00PM CMB B4.110

Topics in Women's and Gender Studies.

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