As Senior Research Fellow and head of the research area »Human, Medicine and Society« (OII) Melike Şahinol (Dr. rer. soc.) is responsible for various projects in the field of Sociology of Technology and the Body, Medical Sociology and Crip Technoscience. In one of her current projects »Additive Manufacturing: Enabling Technologies in the Childhood« she analyses the development of 3D printed prosthesis for children and disability beyond the technological fix narrative form a Crip Technoscience perspective. In other projects she examines posthuman cyborg love/sex and medicalized masculinities from a posthuman feminist perspective. Details of Şahinol’s ongoing and finished projects are available below and on this website (see for example on publication, presentations, etc.).


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