Stefanie Felsberger is a PhD candidate at the Centre for Gender Studies at Cambridge University. Her research focuses on fertility tracking applications and asks how women in Egypt and Austria navigate the commodification of personal data to question conceptions of gender and labour in surveillance capitalism, data ownership and commodification. Before she worked as Bartlett Fellow at the Access to Knowledge for Development Center at the American University in Cairo. Her work looked at access and control of data, and the political economy of data, and surveillance theory. Stefanie studied Political Science and Arabic Studies at the University of Vienna.

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