Linda Huber is a PhD Student at the University of Michigan School of Information, co-advised by Silvia Lindtner and Casey Pierce. Her focus is on cultures and ethics of software development, platform labor, and justice in organizational contexts. Her methodological toolkit draws from ethnography, phenomenology, and her experience working in UX/HCI research and consulting.

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12096414_10205655770250462_7967903658971687224_nNota Bene: Puella Ludens means “playing girl” in Latin. The phrase is a reference to Huizinga’s “homo ludens“, referring to the essential role of play in the formation of human culture.

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