Research Fellow for Experimental Humanities Collaborative Network
Isabella Haid is a postbac research fellow for the Experimental Humanities Collaborative Network and holds her BA in American and Indigenous Studies from Bard College. Her work intertwines histories of labor, technology, and design to critically examine digital infrastructure, governance, and their subversive potentials. She was the 2022 award recipient of the Professor Bernard Tieger Award in Labor, Community, and History at Bard.
Isabella has given lectures related to critical play and digital design, such as “Critical Meme-making and Artificial Intelligence.” She works and plays through digital and physical archives, oral histories, zines, computational experiments, video games, and writing.