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Wendy Hsu

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Background Information

Employment History

Praxis

Music, Gender Studies, Media Practice Teacher

University of Virginia

Adjunct Faculty

ArtCenter College of Design

Affiliations

ACLS Public Fellow
Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs

Founding Member
HzCollective

Volunteer Program Assistant, Music
The Bridge PAI

Teacher
Occidental College

Education

Ph.D.

University of Virginia

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Wendy Hsu Wendy Hsu is a researcher, strategist, and educator who engages with hybrid research and organizing agendas for equality in arts, technology, and civic participation. As an ACLS Public Fellow, Hsu currently works with the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs to redesign the department's information paradigms with a goal to augment digital capacity, relevance, and public engagement. She is also the founder of Lab at DCA, a city staff innovation incubator. Hsu has published on digital ethnography, sound-based pedagogy, public humanities, open access movement, Asian American indie rock, Yoko Ono, Taqwacore, and Bollywood.

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Hsu received her PhD in the Critical and Comparative Studies in Music program at the University of Virginia. Since 2007, Hsu has designed and taught undergraduate courses in music, gender studies, media practice at UVa and Occidental College, and led graduate workshops on design research and advised MFA students in Media Design Practices at Art Center College of Design. She recently completed Mellon Digital Scholarship Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Center of Digital Learning + Research at Occidental College where she researched and taught ethnographic methodology, digital pedagogy, digital sound studies, and community-based participatory research. She tweets regularly @wendyfhsu and can be found playing with her ethnographic ghost pop band Bitter Party or leading the LA-based maker collective Movable Parts.


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Editor's note: This is the final post in Wendy Hsu's 4-part series, On Digital Ethnography. Wendy asks what does an ethnography beyond text and print look like? To answer this question, she calls on us to reconsider what counts as "ethnographic knowledge. Wendy provides examples of collaborative multimedia projects that are just as "ethnographic" in nature as a traditional ethnographic monograph. The first post in the On Digital Ethnography series called for ethnographers to use computer software, the second post introduced readers to her methods of deploying computer programs to collect quantitative data, and the third post urged ethnographers to pay more attention to the sounds, sights, and other material aspects of our field research. Wendy@WendyFHsu is an ACLS Public Fellow working with the City of LA Department of Cultural Affair. She recently finished her term as a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Center of Digital Learning + Research at Occidental College and completed her dissertation on the spread of independent rock music.

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Last month's guest contributor, Wendy Hsu @WendyFHsu, says YES! In Part 1 of On Digital Ethnography, What do computers have to do with ethnography?, Wendy introduced her process of using computer programming software to collect quantitative data in her ethnographic research. She received a lot of great comments and suggestions from readers.
Part 2 of of Wendy's Digital Ethnography series focuses on the processing and interpreting part. In fascinating detail, Wendy discusses mapping as a mode of discovery.
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Wendy is currently a Mellon Digital Scholarship Postdoctoral Fellow in the Center of Digital Learning + Research at Occidental College. She recently completed a Ph.D. in the Critical and Comparative Studies program in the McIntire Department of Music at the University of Virginia. Her dissertation, an ethnography of Asian American independent rock musicians, deploys the methods of ethnomusicology and digital humanities to explore the complex interrelationships between popular music and geography in transnational contexts. She implemented methods of digital ethnography to map musicians' social networks. She tweets at @wendyfhsu and blogs at beingwendyhsu.info. She also plays with the vintage Asian garage pop revivalist band Dzian!.


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She wants us to click PLAY before reading on.
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Suggested citation: Wendy Hsu (2013) On Digital Ethnography, magnifying the materiality of culture (3 of 4). Ethnography Matters. http://ethnographymatters.net/blog/2013/01/25/on-digital-ethnography-magnifying-the-materiality-of-culture-part-3-of-4/
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Wendy, your posts are always inspiring to read.
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[...] Tomorrow I'm thrilled to be guest lecturing for Wendy Hsu's class on Digital Music-Cultures at Occidental College. Wendy is a Fellow at the Center for Digital Learning and Research. As part of her series on Digital Ethnography, she recently wrote a fascinating piece engaging and experimenting with sound, "Magnifying the Materiality of Culture. [...]
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Editor's Note: While digital ethnography is an established field within ethnography, we don't often hear of ethnographers building digital tools to conduct their fieldwork. Wendy Hsu wants to change that. In the first of her three-part guest post series, she shows how ethnographers can use software, and even build their own software, to explore online communities. By drawing on examples from her own research on independent rock musicians, she shares with us how she moved from being an ethnographer of purely physical domains to an ethnographer who built software programs to gather more relevant qualitative data.
Wendy is currently a Mellon Digital Scholarship Postdoctoral Fellow in the Center of Digital Learning + Research at Occidental College. She recently completed a Ph.D. in the Critical and Comparative Studies program in the McIntire Department of Music at the University of Virginia. Her dissertation, an ethnography of Asian American independent rock musicians, deploys the methods of ethnomusicology and digital humanities to explore the complex interrelationships between popular music and geography in transnational contexts. She implemented methods of digital ethnography to map musicians' social networks. She tweets at @wendyfhsu and blogs at beingwendyhsu.info. She also plays with the vintage Asian garage pop revivalist band Dzian!.
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Suggested citation: Wendy Hsu (2012) On Digital Ethnography, What do computers have to do with ethnography? (1 of 4). Ethnography Matters. http://ethnographymatters.net/blog/2012/10/27/on-digital-ethnography-part-one-what-do-computers-have-to-do-with-ethnography/
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Thanks for sharing, Wendy!
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Wendy, I love your research.
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This is a great post, Wendy! It's really inspiring me to think about how I can computation in my own work. Is there a particular reason why you use Ruby, and not, say, Python or Java or something else?
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Wendy Hsu writes about the software that she built to gather more qualitative data for her research on independent [...]
On Digital Ethnography: mapping as a mode of data discovery (Part 2 of 4) | Ethnography Matters - December 5, 2012
[...] use software programs? Last month's guest contributor, Wendy Hsu, says YES! In Part 1 of On Digital Ethnography, What do computers have to do with ethnography?, Wendy introduced her process of using computer programming software to collect quantitative data [...]
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We recently featured a series from Wendy Hsu, an ethnographer who uses data mining and GIS techniques along with ethnographic [...]
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