Autonomies in the digital society
Maya Wohlgemuth studied Classical studies and literature studies in her Bachelor’s degree from 2008-2011 at University of Zurich. She then went abroad and, among others, spent two years in China. Back in Switzerland, she worked as an interpreter and assistant in the field of Chinese Medicine in 2015. She began her Master’s at ETH in the programme History and Philosophy of Knowledge in the autumn semester of 2015 and graduated in January 2018. She wrote her Master’s thesis on the introduction of concepts of organic agriculture in China around 1980 and the expectations associated with it. She worked at the Chair for the History of Technology for David Gugerli from September 2016 to January 2019, first as student assistant and then as research assistant at the Collegium Helveticum in David Gugerli's project Autonomies in the digital society.