Linda Huber is a PhD student at the University of Michigan School of Information, where she is part of the Tech Culture Matters research collective. She is co-advised by Silvia Lindtner and Casey Pierce. Her work focuses on the ways that daily experiences of work are reconfigured through platformization, and on organizations as agents of societal change. She draws primarily from ethnographic and feminist STS research traditions. She previously worked as a UX research consultant for major tech and telecomms companies at Ipsos. M.A., Georgetown University, B.A. Sarah Lawrence College.
Nota 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.