History of Science ON CALL: Clarissa Ai Ling Lee
For the History of Science ON CALL project, Dr. Clarissa Ai Ling Lee discusses:
- What other ways are there to envision informational asymmetry in relation to vulnerable members of the public?
- What historical examples would best exemplify the case presented in the video?
- If you are working on the interconnection between misinformation, the role of science communication and public participation in rapid response policy-making, please get in touch with Clarissa.
Profile: Clarissa Ai Ling Lee
Clarissa Ai Ling Lee, PhD, is currently a research fellow at the Jeffrey Sachs Center on Sustainable Development at Sunway University in the state of Selangor, Malaysia. She was previously a postdoctoral fellow at the National University of Malaysia (UKM) and a lecturer at UCSI University in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She received her PhD in 2014 from the Program in Literature at Duke University. Clarissa has expertise in science and technology studies, science and technology policies, as well as artscience in designing sustainable futures. She has experience in the deployment of interdisciplinary methods design to reconsider new and existing problems and is presently working on two books.
About the History of Science ON CALL Project
History of Science ON CALL aggregates and amplifies two streams of information—Research and Education—relevant to crises, including chronic disasters. The Research stream consists of short-format video interviews while the Education stream seeks to aggregate and introduce known resources and materials—scholarship and teaching tools—in order to amplify their reach.