Hi all :) I'm working on a PhD on , specifically studying the for science movement. As an activist I'm interested in feminist approaches to tech which I try to implement in meet ups, workshops, etc. A big part of my time goes to working as open as STS lets me, another big part goes to WikiData because I love it. Beautiful communities are what keep me existing through late capitalism, so here I am in Mastodon <3.

hallöchen! I’m a Brazilian trans woman living in Germany working on Japanese dialectal fieldwork (long story). Interests include fantasy fiction, imaginary languages, free software, comic books, intersectional veganism, cute cuddly things, and supporting anticapitalist revolutions to bring down the whole rotten edifice :HeartTrans:

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I'm a PhD student in American Culture/Digital Studies at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor

Research interests include:
- digital visual cultures
- contemporary theories of resistance and radical politics
- prison abolition
- fascism and white supremacy
- infrastructure studies

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New friends! Please feel warmly welcomed, but not pressured, to write a post tagged to tell us a bit about yourself

This account is set to boost posts automatically

And, friends who are familiar faces around here! Feel free to write re- posts too! :)

Hi Everyone! I'm new here. I'm an organizational psychologist, prof, and mentor in Germany. I am interested in and . I love food, travel, and trying new things. Looking to connect with cool folks here :)

Hi! A whole lot of new friends joined recently, and so I'm going to remind everyone that the rules on scholar.social are different from Twitter and also very different from other Mastodon/Pleroma instances

Here are our Community Standards: scholar.social/about/more

Read it; it's short

You will be expected to use Content Warnings and to keep Public posts "on topic" (the topic is: academia, learning, teaching, etc.)

And if you have fascist, racist, anti-queer, able-ist tendencies, leave now


Hello all! I am a physicist and I work on quantum sensing. I specialize in computational electromagnetics, complex systems and quantum algorithms. My other academic interests include history and literature of the Tamil language in specific and South Asia in general. Happy to be part of the group.

Btw, if someone you know tried to join scholar.social and they were rejected, the most common reasons for why I reject new users are:

* The "Why do I want to join?" field was blank
* The "Why do I want to join?" field was weirdo spam HTML mostly about which drugs are available for sale online and where to buy them

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