Ayushi Khemka

Ayushi Khemka is a Ph.D. student in the Departments of Philosophy, and Women's and Gender Studies. She is also the Graduate Student Representative at the Canadian Society for Digital Humanities. She earned her Master of Philosophy in Women's Studies, and Master of Arts in English from Jawaharlal Nehru University. Her B.A. (Honours) degree is in English from the University of Delhi.

Research Interests:
She is working on the intersections of feminist ethics, online gender-based violence, social network analysis, digital humanities and social media research. She is currently engaged in decolonizing digital humanities (DH) and internationalizing DH tools as part of her research projects.

Khemka is also a research assistant at AI4Society, University of Alberta, working on issues around artificial intelligence and information accessibility and the host of the AI for Information Accessibility podcast, published by Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, in collaboration with the UNESCO Information For All Programme.

In addition to Khemka's grad school ventures, she is an award-winning writer on mental health and lived experience. She actively works on mental health and its social determinants with international organizations.