What I Do

I'm an assistant professor with the program in Justice and Social Inquiry through the School of Social Transformation at Arizona State University.

I study digital technologies as forms of social resistance and endurance. My current research is on the social and political impacts of information and communication technologies in Indigenous communities.

I also advocate for intellectual freedom and social justice, especially in Native American and borderland communities.

Latest Projects

Digital Overlay: Understanding Native Uses of Social Media
In this project, I learn about various uses of social media within Native communities, and develop methodologies for understanding characteristics of Native social networks.

Border Quants: Feminist Approaches to Data, Bodies, and Technologies Across Borders
Through this project I collaborate with Jessica Rajko (ASU), Jacqueline Wernimont (ASU), Heather Ross (ASU), Patricia Garcia (U Michigan) and Marika Cifor (Bowdoin College) to discern the phenomenological experiences of quantification through uses of fitness trackers among individuals in social, political and epistemological borderlands.