Sarah Hartman-Caverly

Sarah Hartman-Caverly

Sarah Hartman-Caverly is an Assistant Librarian at Penn State Berks and liaison to the Engineering, Business and Computing division. She has eight years of reference and instruction experience at public associate- and baccalaureate-degree granting institutions, preceded by six years of electronic resources and library systems administration in small liberal arts and community college settings. Her research examines the compatibility of human and machine autonomy from the perspective of intellectual freedom, with focuses on privacy, learning analytics, censorship, and information warfare.

Marching Orders | Covid’s Attention War

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The fundamental strategy of information warfare is to sever you from your reality, to intercede in the intimacy between your senses and your sense of the world.