Anne Cong-Huyen is the Digital Scholarship Strategist at the University of Michigan. She was previously the Digital Scholar at Whittier College’s Digital Liberal Arts program, and a Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in the Humanities and Visiting Assistant Professor of Asian American Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. Her research interests include the literature and media of migration and labor, Asian American studies, globalization and neoliberalism, postcolonial studies, and transnationalism. She’s especially invested in the ways gender, race, class, and nationality affect how the temporary and the precarious is experienced.
Her work appears in American Quarterly, The Global South, The Journal of e-Media Studies, Debates in the Digital Humanities 2016, and Humanities and the Digital (MIT Press). She has also previously published on comics in the Asian American literature class. She is a steering committee member of HASTAC and FemTechNet, and a founding member of the #transformDH collective which seeks to incorporate critical cultural studies and social justice work into broad digital activities.