• Allegra G. Fonda-Bonardi (冯乐然) (she | her) is a doctoral candidate at the University of Michigan School of Information, where she works at the intersections of sociotechnical infrastructures, critical feminist computing, and Chinese digital technology corporations. She received the 2021-2022 China-US Scholars Program fellowship, which replaced the Fulbright program to China for that academic year. She holds prior degrees from MIT and Oberlin College.

     

    Research Areas

    • Critical Studies of Design and Computing
    • Human Computer Interaction (HCI)
    • Science, Technology, and Society (STS)
    • China
    • Technology, Finance, and Data
     

    Languages

    • Mandarin Chinese (HSK 6: fluent spoken & written)
    • Italian (advanced proficiency)
    • Spanish (intermediate proficiency)