Making Secret(s): The Infrastructure of Classified Information
Stacy Wood is a PhD student in Information Studies at UCLA. She holds an M.L.I.S. with a specialization in archives from UCLA and a B.A. in Literature, Gender Studies and Media Studies from Pitzer College. Her research focuses on the historical, legal, and theoretical foundations of classified information as well as its material practices and artifactual features. She is also interested in information cultures within intelligence agencies and government bodies, media histories of intelligence, pedagogy and praxis in the information professions, and radical archives.
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