My work uses feminist theory to examine the intersection of biological, behavioral, and computational science. After almost a decade focused on medical and forensic science, and the formation of sexual criminal identity, my newer work looks at gender identity at human/machine boundaries. My current project uses feminist and queer theory, disability studies, critical code, and feminist technoscience studies to focus on forms of human-computer interaction.
Pedagogically, I am interested in breaking down the boundaries between humanities and science classrooms. You can read more about that project on my tinkering page.