9/17/2019: ” Automation and Disability: Labor Conditions in Robot Futurity” by Adam Hubrig

Today in Anti-Ableist Composition is “Automation and Disability: Labor Conditions in Robot Futurity” by Adam Hubrig.

The piece was published on September 17, 2019, in Watershed: An Independent Blog of Critical Theory by Graduate Students of English at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

From Adam’s professional webpage:

Adam is a graduate teaching assistant working on his Ph.D. in the Composition and Rhetoric at University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Adam is energized by community/classroom collaborations. He currently serves as co-director of the Nebraska Writing Project, where he is enjoying a rich collaboration with the National Parks, the College, Career, and Community Writers Program, and the Husker Writers Program.  He also serves as the co-director for the Writing Lincoln Initiative, as well as associate composition coordinator for UNL’s English Department.

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