Allie Mularoni is a media studies researcher and educator whose work investigates the convergence of artistic and medical practice. Her research focuses on feminist science and DIY medicine through the lenses of visual culture, phenomenology, disability studies, and theories of technology. She is specifically interested in the discourses of care and artistic interventions that challenge the normative biomedical model and the neoliberal healthcare system.
"Feminist Science Interventions in Self-Tracking Technology," in Catalyst: Feminism, Theory, Technoscience 7, no. 1 (2021): Special Section on Self-Tracking, Embodied Differences, and the Politics and Ethics of Health.
"What it feels like for (networked) girl: a post-humanist approach to psychoanalysis," in Inscriptions 4, no. 1 (January 2021): 80.
"The History of Virtualizing Touch", Public Seminar, June 2018.