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Front matter SOMA TE CHNICS Journal of Bodies – Technologies – Power Volume 11 Number 3 December 2021 Edinburgh University Press Somatechnics presents thoroughly mul -disciplinary scholarship on the body, providing a space for research that cri cally engages with the ethico-poli cal implica ons of a wide range of prac ces and techniques. The term ‘somatechnics’ indicates an approach to corporeality which considers it as always already bound up with a variety of technologies, techniques and technics, thus enabling an examina on of the lived experiences engendered within a given context, and the eff ects that technologies, technés and techniques have on embodiment, subjec vity and sociality. Editors Dr Holly Randell-Moon, Senior Lecturer in Indigenous Australian Studies, Charles Sturt University, Australia Professor Iris van der Tuin, Professor of Theory of Cultural Inquiry, Utrecht University, The Netherlands Reviews Editor Caitlin Janzen, York University, Canada Editorial Assistant Melisse Vroegindeweij, Utrecht University, The Netherlands Editorial/Advisory Board Members Professor Bernard Andrieu, Nancy Université, France Professor Sally R Munt, University of Sussex, UK Assistant Professor Mahdis Azarmandi, Associate Professor Goldie Osuri, University of Warwick, DePauw University, USA UK Professor Ian Buchanan, University of Wollongong, Professor Victoria Pi s-Taylor, Wesleyan University, USA Australia Professor Jasbir Puar, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Somatechnics Edinburgh University Press

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Somatechnics , Volume 11 (3): 1 – Dec 1, 2021

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Edinburgh University Press
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Copyright © Edinburgh University Press
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2044-0138
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2044-0146
DOI
10.3366/soma.2021.0361
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SOMA TE CHNICS Journal of Bodies – Technologies – Power Volume 11 Number 3 December 2021 Edinburgh University Press Somatechnics presents thoroughly mul -disciplinary scholarship on the body, providing a space for research that cri cally engages with the ethico-poli cal implica ons of a wide range of prac ces and techniques. The term ‘somatechnics’ indicates an approach to corporeality which considers it as always already bound up with a variety of technologies, techniques and technics, thus enabling an examina on of the lived experiences engendered within a given context, and the eff ects that technologies, technés and techniques have on embodiment, subjec vity and sociality. Editors Dr Holly Randell-Moon, Senior Lecturer in Indigenous Australian Studies, Charles Sturt University, Australia Professor Iris van der Tuin, Professor of Theory of Cultural Inquiry, Utrecht University, The Netherlands Reviews Editor Caitlin Janzen, York University, Canada Editorial Assistant Melisse Vroegindeweij, Utrecht University, The Netherlands Editorial/Advisory Board Members Professor Bernard Andrieu, Nancy Université, France Professor Sally R Munt, University of Sussex, UK Assistant Professor Mahdis Azarmandi, Associate Professor Goldie Osuri, University of Warwick, DePauw University, USA UK Professor Ian Buchanan, University of Wollongong, Professor Victoria Pi s-Taylor, Wesleyan University, USA Australia Professor Jasbir Puar,

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Published: Dec 1, 2021

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