My research engages with the culture, politics and practices of technology developers, and incorporates both historical and ethnographic methods. My current projects explore themes of power and resistance in the history of AI.
I received my doctoral degree in 2018 from the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism at the University of Southern California. My dissertation examined the cultural history and politics of encryption technologies from the 1960s to the present day. I’ve published my work in journals including New Media & Society, the International Journal of Communication, Policy & Internet and Business and Society.
Gender, Race and Power in AI
Jan. 27 - Carleton College, Northfield, MN
Feb. 18 - Tandon School of Engineering, NYU, NYC
Feb. 25 - Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA
Jul. 30 - Information Security Group, Royal Holloway University of London
Oct. 30 - Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
Nov. 14 - National Science Policy Network Annual Symposium