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Neoliberal capitalism has internalized communication within its basic operations and thus enabled the rise of the so-called "information society" and "semiocapitalism." In this dissertation I argue that the demand for maximal connection and information flow takes an embodied toll on its subjects. Bringing critical disability studies into conversation with contemporary critical theory, I critique technologies of "fluency" that seek to make information flow unchecked across the social anddoi:10.7939/r3-x9mt-dz02 fatcat:egkf27hc3jcbdhxgypalrvxwbe