Graduate Student Researcher, Ph.D. Candidate
Feminist Research Institute
May Ee Wong is a Ph.D. candidate in Cultural Studies at the University of California, Davis, with a Designated Emphasis in Critical Theory. Working at the intersections of contemporary architectural and planning history, Science Technology and Society (STS) studies, and critical geography, her research examines and traces the ideologies and histories behind global design and technology-driven urban futures, especially in relation to ongoing global ecological crisis. She has contributed to publications such as Climates: Architecture and the Planetary Imaginary, Cultural Politics, and the UC Critical Sustainabilities project.
For FRI, May Ee contributed thematic ideas and a review of the literature on the topic of integrating feminist pedagogy and research in STEM education.