The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has made clear how precarity has become a fact of life for many of us within capitalism, as millions of already-precarious workers in the United States have lost their jobs and others have had to adapt to a new landscape where their job requirements put them at increased risk of infection. The authors of Technoprecarious acknowledge this reality in the preface, noting that the book was written shortly before the onset of the pandemic and offering a eulogy to the lives lost to COVID-19. Nearly four years into the pandemic, the arguments the authors make feel even more salient, revealing how deep these inequalities run in the global capitalist economy. Technopracrious really could not be more timely.

Technoprecarious was published in November 2020, written collaboratively by a collective of academics called the Precarity Lab, including Cassius Adair, Iván Chaar López, Anna Watkins Fisher, Meryem Kamil, Cindy...

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