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My name is Kendall Roark. I am an Assistant Professor with the Purdue University Libraries & School of Information Studies, and Assistant Professor by courtesy with the Department of Anthropology. As an applied cultural anthropologist, my primary research interests are in feminist technoscience, critical data studies, anthrodesign and data ethics. I offer courses and workshops on qualitative and feminist research methodology, data management and curation, data science and society (ethical, legal, social issues) and critical data studies.