Professor Lucy Suchman

Professor

Research Overview

My research works at the intersections of anthropology and the field of feminist science and technology studies, focused on cultural imaginaries and material practices of technology design. My current research extends my longstanding critical engagement with the fields of artificial intelligence and human-computer interaction to the domain of contemporary militarism. I am concerned with the question of whose bodies are incorporated into military systems, how and with what consequences for social justice and the possibility for a less violent world.

Security by Remote Control: Automation and Autonomy in Robot Weapon Systems
22/05/2014 → 23/05/2014
Research

Situating Social Innovation
18/06/2013 → …
Research

Citizens Transforming Society: Tools for Change
01/11/2011 → 30/04/2015
Research

  • Centre for Gender and Women's Studies
  • Centre for Science Studies