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DB Bauer

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Graduate Student, The Harriet Tubman Department of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

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MA Women’s Studies (2013), San Diego State University; BA American Studies and English (2008), University of New Mexico

DB Bauer is a PhD student in Women’s Studies, a graduate assistant with the Design Cultures and Creativity Honors Program, and a Digital Studies in the Arts and Humanities graduate certificate student. DB has a background in technical media production and has worked for PBS, public radio, and other freelance outlets.

DB’s scholarly work focuses on the relationship between digital technologies and notions of the human, centralizing issues of gender, affect, embodiment, and critical or scholarly maker practices, specifically using 3D printing, and more recently, virtual reality. DB uses scholarly making to position technology as both object of study and research tool. A portfolio of some of this work is available at

Areas of Interest: Digital Humanities; (new) media studies; speculative literature, art, and design; critical and scholarly making; affect, gender performance and embodiment; queer theories; new materialisms; feminisms.