Leah E. Horgan




Leah Horgan Portrait


MH 353

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  • Environment, Technology, & Society

Leah Horgan is a critical informatics scholar whose work examines the intersection of technology and urbanism.

They received their PhD from the University of California, Irvine in the Informatics Department and are currently a Computing Innovation Fellow at Northeastern University working in the WEDJ (Wylie Environmental Data Justice) Lab. They have a background in fine arts and have extensive experience in academic, government/policy, and grassroots activist spaces. Their research and creative practice interests engage: science and technology studies, cultural geography, design, critical data studies / visualization, abolitionist imagination, disability and housing justice, queer and crip theory, and narrative media.