Research Interests: Performance validation/error assessment practices for automated and semi-automated inference systems where ‘gold standard’ truth data is difficult or impossible to obtain, the ways in which these practices have (and have not) evolved over time, how they privilege certain metrics over others (e.g. quantitative over qualitative, representative cases over edge cases), and how they reflect the valuation of different types of labor (e.g. coding vs. manual review) within the development community.
Research Interests: History of technology; history of computing; history of the human & social sciences; history of security; national security policy; cybernetics; STS; surveillance studies; media studies; visual & material culture; philosophy of science & technology
Research Interests: The intersections of health and development, the global and the local, in the making and mediation of people, ideas, values, practices and materials. The focus of her current project is infant mortality.
Research Interests: Science, technology, and society; colonialism and science; political influence; management of technology; history of psychology; psychological manipulation through science and technology.
Research Interests: Epistemology; history and philosophy of mind; history and philosophy of psychology; art and science; architecture and psychology; history of psychology; history of anthropology; theatre and performance studies; the performance of psychological experiments and the performance of the self in everyday life
Assistant Professor, American Studies, Williams College
Research Interests: Native science; indigeneity and science; science and nation building; intellectual decolonization movements; New Deal sciences; traditional ecological knowledge, history of anthropology and archeology; environmental history; postcolonial, feminist and queer theory; haudenosaunee (Six Nations) history; postcolonial material history and museum studies.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, King's College London
Research Interests: The social and epistemological history of Renaissance European surgery, with special reference to the history of pain management; The history of reconstructive techniques of the face, and the history of perceptions of the human face.