Speakers and Presenters
is a Postdoctoral Associate and incoming Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology at MIT. His current book manuscript, “Code Work: Hacking Across the
Techno-Borderlands,” examines the political economy of knowledge work
and manifestations of “hacking” between the U.S. and Mexico. He completed his PhD in Anthropology with an
Weatherhead Center for International Affairs; Graduate School of Arts and Sciences; School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.