I am a doctoral candidate at the University of Washington School of Law. I define myself as a privacy researcher, working at the intersection of Law & Technology and Science, Technology, and Social Studies (STS). My current research is focused on: i) the evolution of the concept of privacy in American legal scholarship and ii) the legal construction/co-production of technology. This year I have been conducting archival analysis of the pool of papers presented at the Privacy Law Scholars Conferences (PLSC) between 2008 and 2020. In addition, I plan to conduct semi-structured interviews of a purposely drawn representative sample of the American privacy legal scholars who authored those papers. Based on this, I am trying to propose and develop the following two theoretical concepts: privacy’s algorithmic turn and privacy scholars’ techno-legal imaginaries. I currently work as a Research Assistant at the UW Tech Policy Lab and am part of the Editorial Staff of the Washington Journal of Law, Technology & Arts. Prior to starting my Ph.D., I was an action researcher at the Transparency and Privacy area of the Colombian think-and-do tank Dejusticia. Besides research, I have experience inadvocacy, public interest litigation, and leadership of capacity-building activities. More information about my research can be found here.
This is my collaboration bio as of April 25, 2022. This artifact was created to share with participants of 2022 6S sketch workshops.
Maria Paula Angel Arango, 26 April 2022, "María P. Angel Collaboration Bio", contributed by María P. Angel, STS Infrastructures, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 29 April 2022, accessed 30 November 2023. https://stsinfrastructures.org/content/maría-p-angel-collaboration-bio