Data Feminism is a book, co-authored with Catherine D'Ignazio, about what data science can learn from the past several decades of intersectional feminist activism and critical thought. The first draft of the book was released for open community review on the MIT Press open publishing platform in November 2018. The final version will be released in print and online in Spring 2020.
The Digital Humanities Lab (DH Lab) explores how digital technologies engage questions of humanistic inquiry. We draw from the expertise of students and faculty in the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts in order to identify how issues of computation intersect with literary, historical, and cultural concerns. Our approach is both theoretical and applied, with an emphasis on how digital technologies can be employed to present concepts, advance arguments, and perform critique.