An Sasala (they/them) studies the mutual shaping and maintenance of technology and embodiment/embodied identities. Their work uses transgender/non-binary identities, perspectives, and theory to challenge scientific and anatomical authorities. Additionally, An's work explores technological agency and autonomy, artificial intelligence, and the integration of digital humanities into trans*feminist pedagogy. Their article "Panic! Humanity's Cis-Heteronormative Fear of the Transgender Android" is forthcoming in Somatechnics.
Feminist & Trans* Inclusive Pedagogy
Critical & Pedagogical Game Studies and Design
Feminist Science & Technology Studies
Collage and Assemblage