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Carmen Thong

PhD in English,

MA in Public Policy

Stanford University

 

tcarmen@stanford.edu

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Postcolonial / World Literature, Digital Humanities, & Cultural Policy

Carmen Thong is a PhD candidate in English at Stanford University, where she also obtained a MA in Public Policy. She is a Knight Hennessy scholar and a Stanford Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellow. She works in Postcolonial/World Literature, Cultural Analytics/Digital Humanities, and Cultural Policy. Her work is forthcoming with MLQ and published with Medical Humanities and the Studies in World Literature series. Her current research project uses network models to look at how literatures and authors from the Global South are “discovered” within the global literary supply chain. She started and co-chairs the Stanford Humanities Center workshop, "Colonialism, Post-, and Anti- in the Digital Age" (CPADA). She trains and competes in Muay Thai.

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