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Dr. Katherine Walden

Actor

Actor Type

Researcher

Justice Area(s)

Disability Justice

Economic Justice

Environmental Justice

Gender Justice

Human Rights

Racial Justice

AI Impact(s)

Bias and Discrimination

Economic Harm and Inequity

Exploitation of Workers

Far-Right Extremism and Radicalization

Gender-based Violence

Lack of Data

Racial discrimination

Surveillance

Location(s)

Americas

United States

Dr. Katherine Walden is an Assistant Teaching Professor of American Studies at the University of Notre Dame. She is a concurrent faculty member in the Gender Studies Program and Department of Computer Science and Engineering (College of Engineering). She is affiliated with the Lucy Family Institute for Data and Society, the Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship, and the Notre Dame Technology Ethics Center (ND-TEC). Informed by intersectional feminism and anti-racist pedagogies, her teaching practice equips students to think critically about historical context and intersecting structures of power, while also building interdisciplinary data literacy, data science, and computational thinking skills.

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