Projects

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

I design my projects to make both conceptual and pragmatic interventions.

Border Quants: Feminist Approaches to Data, Bodies, and Technologies Across Borders
2016-present
Arizona State University, Program for Transborder Communities, and HSCollab

Digital Overlay: Understanding Native Uses of Social Media
2015-present
Arizona State University, School of Social Transformation

Indigenous Feminist Approaches to Justice
2013-present
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, American Indian Studies
Arizona State University, School of Social Transformation

Seamless Technologies: Weaving Information Systems into Indian Country
2013-present
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, American Indian Studies
Arizona State University, School of Social Transformation

Network Sovereignty: Understanding the Social and Political Implications of Tribal Command of Internet Infrastructure
2010-2015
University of Washington, Seattle, Information School

The Significance of Information from a Critical Indigenous Consciousness
2008-2010
University of Washington, Seattle, Information School