I maintain an active interest in pedagogy. To this end, I have organized workshops, joined roundtable discussions, and co-lead a working group all broadly aimed at asking questions and exploring tensions surrounding the study of feminism, technology, data, and ethics.
Pomona College, February 2017
Data Ethics, co-organizer of Alliance to Advance Liberal Arts Colleges (AALAC) sponsored workshop with colleagues from Pomona, Grinnell, Haverford, Macalaster, and Wellesley College.
This workshop will explore societal issues associated with life in a data-driven world where automated forms of information processing affect people’s lives in a growing range of ways.
Wellesley College, 2014-
Investigating the Socio-technical, co-facilitated with Nicholas Knouf.
Our working group is dedicated to exploring how technology and sociotechnical innovation is newly shaping research in the humanities and social sciences.
Past Events + Talks
Brandeis University, April 2016
Feminist Strategies in the Classroom and Beyond, participant in roundtable discussion “How to Teach Feminism Today”
MIT, April 2015
Feminist Pedagogy in a Digital Age: A Workshop on Teaching With Technology, co-organized with K. Surkan