Who is A. Aneesh?
A. Aneesh is the author of Virtual Migration. In Virtual Migration Aneesh discusses the effects of the movement of labor through technology and his idea of algocracy, or governance by computer algorithms, instead of bureaucratic rules or surveillance. He is Associate Professor of Sociology and Global Studies at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Previously, he taught in the Science and Technology Program at Stanford University. His scholarship intersects several areas of research: globalization, migration, science & technology, and intellectual property. With a wide background in the social and cultural landscape of India and the United States, Aneesh has spent a decade researching and writing about the world of programmers. Over the years his scholarship has included awards and grants from the McArthur Foundation, Social Science Research Council, Population Council, and the School for Advanced Research in Santa Fe. Currently, Aneesh is completing a book manuscript, Neutral Accent, on India’s call centers.
Aneesh has been interviewed on public radio and public television, and his work is taught in many universities around the world. He has lived in California, New Jersey, New Mexico, Wisconsin in United States and Delhi, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh in India.
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on July 23, 2013