Ananya Karthik

Hume Honors Fellow
Political Science and Computer Science, Honors in Ethics in Society; Minor in Human Rights

Ananya Karthik is interested in the intersection of political theory, technology ethics, and human rights. She has worked as a Student Fellow at the McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society for the past three years, helping create several tech ethics education initiatives, including Stanford’s first student-run conference on equitable design in technology. She currently serves as Course Coordinator for Embedded EthiCS (a program to incorporate ethics curriculum into Stanford CS courses), an Opinions editor fort the Stanford Daily, and Content Director for the Stanford Undergraduate Law Review. In her spare time, Ananya enjoys playing on the Stanford Women’s Ultimate Frisbee team, singing, writing, and listening to podcasts.

SHC Project

Reimagining Data Subjecthood