A more critical consciousness of the connections between family, health, race, and gender was brewing among food allergy advocates in the exceptionally catastrophic summer of 2020.
Danya Glabau is the director of the Science and Technology Studies program at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering. Her work is centered in feminist STS and medical anthropology, including work on food allergies, medical activism, cyborgs and feminist cybercultures, and the digital-health economy. She is the author of numerous articles for Real Life, and her academic writing appears in Medicine Anthropology Theory, Science as Culture, Catalyst: Feminism, Theory, Technoscience, and the Journal of Cultural Economy.
The Dark Matter of Digital Health
By Danya Glabau
Digital health is solidifying the divide between those whose health is valued and those whose health is ignored.