Stamm, Emma

Virginia Tech
United States

Emma Stamm holds a Ph.D. in Cultural and Social Thought from Virginia Tech, where she is on faculty in the Department of History. Her interests include continental philosophy, critical technology studies, and political theory, and her current research theorizes the normative impact of digital methods on scientific knowledge. She is also a freelance writer and musician.


  • Articles
    IntroductionFor Gilles Deleuze, computational processes cannot yield the anomalous, or that which is unprecedented in form and content. He suggests that because computing functions are mechanically standardised, they always share the same ontic character. M. Beatrice Fazi claims that the premises of his critique are flawed....Read more