Linda Huber is a Ph.D candidate at the University of Michigan School of Information. Her research examines how business models and organizational practices are shifting in relationship to emerging digital technologies. Specifically, she uses ethnographic methods to examine processes of datafication and platformization within the healthcare industry. This research contributes to the domains of feminist science and technology studies (STS), organization studies, and critical data studies. Linda is an affiliate researcher with the UM Center for Ethics, Society and Computing (ESC). Prior to her PhD, Linda was a UX research consultant for the market research firm Ipsos in New York City. She holds a master’s degree in Communication, Culture & Technology from Georgetown University and a bachelor’s degree from Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York.
Areas of interest
Organization studies, science and technology studies, healthcare and care work, infrastructure studies, critical data studies, race and tech
MA - Georgetown University, Communication, Culture & Technology
BA - Sarah Lawrence College, Anthropology & Philosophy