Katie Herzog: Object-Oriented Programming by Katie Herzog

Katie Herzog: Object-Oriented Programming

Katie Herzog

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"Herzog is headed into provocative territory."-Christopher Knight "At the nexus of critical information theory, disjunctive librarianship, and gender and technology studies, ... Herzog's work is a cybernetic handle for us to use, like Palinurus' r...

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