Caroline leads Cambridge Digital Humanities, an interdisciplinary research centre working between multiple faculties at the University of Cambridge. Caroline researches, writes and teaches on questions arising around the intersections between technologies and cultural forms and practices with an interest in critical theory, gender and technology, AI and digital futures. She was recently lead UK investigator on IFTe, an AHRC and Irish Research Council network exploring gender, technology and Digital Humanities and is currently exploring creativity, AI, science fiction, and artificial fiction. Recent publications include Anti-Computing: Dissent and the Machine (MUP, 2022) and Furious, a co-authored monograph written with Sarah Kember and Kate O’Riordan (Pluto, 2020) and journal articles including work on automation anxiety.
Publications and a fuller bio are at: https://www.english.cam.ac.uk/people/Caroline.Bassett/
Cambridge Digital Humanities: https://www.cdh.cam.ac.uk