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FORUM: “Academic Accountability, Computationalism, and Political Economy: The Future of Higher Education,” with Zach Kaiser, Department of Art, Art History, & Design, MSU
October 12 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Is neoliberalism a red herring? Is it possible that an intersubjectivity dominated by computationalism–a commitment to the view that a great deal, perhaps all, of human and social experience can be explained via computational processes, which caters to the neoliberal project, but is not exclusive to it–is actually that which is eroding education?
Zach was raised in Madison, Wisconsin, where he earned his undergraduate art degree from the University of Wisconsin. Zach has exhibited nationally and internationally and has presented about his research in a wide variety of settings with diverse levels of academic affiliation, including the Allied Media Conference in Detroit and Relating Systems Thinking and Design in Oslo, Norway.