Curriculum Vitae

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PhD, Sociology, CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY
Women’s Studies Certificate
Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Certificate

Dissertation: The Queer Allure of Data: Digital Capacities of the Social Body
Chair: Patricia Clough
Committee: Victoria Pitts-Taylor, Jessie Daniels, Amy Herzog, Jasbir Puar

Master of Philosophy, Sociology, CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY

Bachelor of Arts, Sociology, New College of Florida, Sarasota, FL

Refereed Journal Articles
2019       “The digital ephemeral turn: queer theory, privacy, and the temporality of risk”  Media, Culture & Society

2016        “The Queer Ontology of Digital Method”
WSQ: Women Studies Quarterly 44.3-4

Edited Volumes
2018        Queer Circuits in Archival Times: Performance, Networked Data, Digital Culture, Guest Editor with Daniel Sander
Women & Performance Special Issue, Spring 2018

2014        Writing Intense: A Journal for Faculty at the Borough of Manhattan Community College Vol. 5
Co-Editor with Shang-yu Sheng

Book Chapters
2016        “Queer Facebook? Digital Sociality and Queer Theory”
Digital Sociologies Bristol: Policy Press

2014        “The Datalogical Turn”
With Patricia Ticineto Clough, Karen Gregory and Josh Scannell.
In Nonrepresentational Methodologies: Re-envisioning Research London: Routledge

2016        “Reflections on Control: A Conversation with Patricia Clough, Seb Franklin, and Jasbir Puar”
The Center for the Humanities

2015        “Data and Desire in Academic Life”
boundary 2

Web-Based Publications
2017        “For the Moment”
Real Life Mag

2014        “On the Possibilities of Rubrics as a Feedback Tool in the Age of Quantification”
Writing Intense: A Journal for Faculty at Borough of Manhattan Community College

Appointments and Teaching Experience
Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology, Wesleyan University, 2019-current
The Social Life of Data, Death and Dying at the End of the World, Introduction to Sociology

Teaching and Learning Collaboratory Fellow, Macaulay Honors College 2016-2019
The Arts in New York City, The Peopling of New York, Science Forward, Shaping the Future of New York City

Adjunct Instructor, New York University, 2016-2017
Media & Identity

Digital Fellow, The Center for the Humanities, 2014-2016

Adjunct Instructor, Hunter College, 2015
Art in Modern Society

Writing Across the Curriculum Fellow, Borough of Manhattan Community College, 2013-2014

Graduate Teaching Fellow, Hunter College, 2010-2013
Introduction to Sociology, Sex and Gender
As TA: Urban Sociology, Sociology of the Family

Conferences and Talks
Invited Talks
2019      “What are you Consenting to? A Panel on Digital Security and Consent”
For the ACLU (Wesleyan chapter)

2019       Lost Chats: Queer Identity Formation in the Digital Age
For the Bard Media & Difference Teach-In

2014        Visualizations of The Datalogical Turn, James Gallery
For the Cinema Studies Seminar

2013        States of Excess and Undress: Fashion, Performance and Taboo in Nightlife,
Museum of Arts & Design
For the Conference on Nightlife as Social Practice

Organized Panels and Conferences
2016        Lead Organizer and Curator, Queer Circuits in Archival Times Conference, New York, NY

2014        Presider, Digital Personas, Digital Bodies, Digital Sociology Mini-Conference Eastern Sociology Association, New York, NY

2014        Co-Chair, Animality Seminar, Cultural Studies Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah

2013        Panel Moderator, Agential Realism: Applications, Mattering: Feminism, Science & Materialism Conference, New York, NY

Conference Presentations
2019       “Trust and Vulnerability as Technoscientific Practice”
Society for the Social Studies of Science, New Orleans, LA

2018       After Identity: Geolocation and the Politics of Proxy
Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference, Montreal, CA

2018 .     Queer Theory and the Digital Ephemeral
Eastern Sociological Society Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD

2017        Queer Temporality and the Performance of Risk
Theorizing the Web Conference, New York, NY

2016        Gheez this is Uncomfortable: Performing the Impotence of Masculinity
Queer Circuits in Archival Times Conference, New York, NY

2015        Queer Capitalism and Digital Sociality
Eastern Sociological Association, Mini-Conference on Digital Sociology, New York, NY

2014        Affect, Synesthesia and the Hallucinogenic Turn
American Studies Association Conference, Los Angeles, CA

2014        Altered States
Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts, Dallas, TX

2014        Animality After the Body
Cultural Studies Association Conference, Salt Lake City, UT

2013        The Datalogical Turn
Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts, Notre Dame, Indiana

2012        We Need to Talk About Semen: The Temporality of Queer Reproduction
Performance Studies International, Palo Alto, CA

2012        Visibility and Legibility, Consumption and Protest in the Production of Queer Space
American Sociological Association, Denver, CO

2012        Christopher Street and the Spatial Dynamics of Queer Politics
International Conference on Law and Society, Honolulu, HI

2012        Latour and Pedagogy
Cultural Studies Association Conference, San Diego, CA

2012        Narratives of Everyday Diversity on Local Shopping Streets: New York, Berlin, Toronto
Eastern Sociological Association Conference, New York, NY

2010        Community Empowerment, Discourse and the Politics of Zoning
Cultural Studies Association Conference, Berkeley, CA

Professional Experience and Service
Editorial Collective Member, Women & Performance: a journal of feminist theory, New York, NY, 2015-Present

Elected Board Member,, New York, NY, 2014-15

Sociology Students Association Elected Member, Colloquium Committee, New York, NY, 2014-15

Co-Chair, The Life of Things: Big Data Seminar, Center for the Humanities, CUNY, New York, NY, 2012-13

Selected Participant, Graduate Center-Humboldt University Summer Seminar in Urban Research, Berlin, Germany, 2012

Field Researcher, Local Shops Project, New York, NY, 2012

Survey Field Agent, Social Justice Sexuality, New York, NY, 2010

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