D'ignazio, C. & Klein, L. F.. 2021. Seven intersectional feminist principles for equitable and actionable COVID-19 data. Big Data and Society. 


Read: Fortun, K.,  Lindsay Poirier, Brandon Costelloe-Kuehn, Alli Morgan and Mike Fortun. 2016. Push Back: Critical Data Designers and Pollution Politics. Big Data and Society.


Each group member should complete at least one more (written out) section of the case study, between 200-400 words. Also, add to sketch 10 in the sketchbook.

Youngrim Kim is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Communication and Media at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She is interested in how digital media reconfigure the ways we understand and experience scientific/biomedical risks. Specifically, her research examines what it means to experience a pandemic in a hyperconnected, technologically-governed digital city, such as Seoul, South Korea. Exploring the digital cultures that have emerged in times of pandemic, including online mapping and app development, she pays attention to the relationships among the publics, infrastructures, and platforms that take part in such cultural production. Youngrim received her B.A. in Media Studies from the University of California, Berkeley, and her M.A. in Communication Studies from Seoul National University.