Quang Ngo is interested in the questions of what it means to be human during this digital age. How do we understand the human in relation to other nonhuman actors/agents, such as machine and animal? What role do we have and what responsibilities do we have in order to construct a more socially just world and to take into account the environment, and other nonhuman beings? Within this context, Ngo hope to challenge and rearticulate the liberal rational human subject that is grounded upon the idea of Cartesian dualism. What can we do to take apart binary categories in order to liberate our identity, embodied subjectivity, and self? Therefore, Ngo’s research is positioned within a critical tradition.
Representations of marginalized groups, communities, and individuals
B.A. at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
M.A. at the University of Maine, Orono
Posted on Tue, January 1, 2019
by Media Student