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Anita Say Chan’s work on the use of intellectual property rights in international development and network politics has been published in the journals Science Studies, Anthropological Quarterly, and the Revista Iberoamericana de Comunicación. Her research has been awarded support from the National Science Foundation and the Center for the Study of Law & Culture at Columbia University’s School of Law. She has also held a postdoctoral fellowship with Stanford University’s Introduction to Humanities Program. Prior to entering academia, Chan worked in print and broadcast journalism, and her writing can be found published in The Village Voice, The Star-Ledger, and A. Magazine
Ph.D., Program in the History and Anthropology of Science, Technology, and Society, MIT
S.M., Program in Comparative Media Studies, MIT
B.A., Journalism and Women's Studies, New York University