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Lilly Nguyen

Graduate Student, Information Studies, UC Los Angeles

Lilly Nguyen

Lilly Nguyen is a PhD candidate in the Department of Information Studies at UCLA. Her research interests explore cultural dynamics of knowledge circulation in postcolonial contexts. She is especially interested in the moral economies of software and methodological questions of data representation and its narratives. She is currently writing her dissertation on the modes of hybridity that emerge through the encounter between free and open source software and pirated software in Vietnam. She previously received her bachelor’s degree in Political Economy from UC Berkeley and her master’s degree in Media and Communications from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

Contributions to Transliteracies:
Visualization Ecologies: Rose Research Paper

Links: Personal blog

Research Sample: Designing for Forgetting and Exclusion | Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education

  lthomas, 12.10.09

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