• Than, N., Yoong, D., Rodriguez, M. Y. & Windel, F. M. (Forthcoming). “Welcome to Gab”: Exploring political discourses in a non-moderated social media platform.
  • Yoong, D. & Perkins, K. (2020) Flowing between the personal and collective: Being human beyond categories of study, Societies, 10(4), 94.
  • Yoong, D. (2019, Jun) Book review: Discriminating sex. [Review of the book Discriminating sex: White leisure and the making of the American “Oriental”, by A. Sueyoshi], Ethnic Studies Review, 42 (1), pp. 121–124. DOI:

Invited Talks

  • Fall 2019 – Decolonizing psychology: On queer Asian American life stories and archives, History and Systems of Psychology, College of Staten Island, Staten Island, NY.
  • Fall 2017 – Heuristics and Gender, Introductory Psychology, Bronx Community College, Bronx, NY.


  • A Glimpse into the Right: Understanding alt-right womanhood, Polarization, Misinformation, and Entrenched Group Conflict: Harnessing Political Psychology to Find Solutions to Problems New and Old. (Online). Jul 14 – 17, 2020.
  • “Welcome to Gab”: Exploring Alt-Right Discourses via structural topic models, DHSI Conference & Colloquium 2020. University of Victoria (Online). Jun 04, 2020.
  • Queerness through homosociality and queer-baiting: The coexistence of Blood, Sweat & Tears and Stigma, BTS: A Global Interdisciplinary Conference Project. London, UK. Jan 04, 2020.
  • “Welcome to Gab”: Exploring alt-right discourses via structural topic models, CUNY DHI 2019: Building a Digital Humanities Community at the City University of New York. Oct 30, 2019
  • Flowing between the personal and the collective: Reflecting on US history with queer and trans Asian elders, Narratives of Temporality: Continuities, Discontinuities, Ruptures. July 27, 2019. Cambridge, UK.
  • Learning as an entangled, collective, political, and ontological praxis: an interactive discussion on positionality, commitments, and ethics for expanded possibilities in knowledge-production, Change and Transformation: Possibilities, Resistance, and Positionality. May 04, 2019. New York, NY.


    Current Course

    Courses Taught

    Workshops Taught and Developed

Skill Development: Digital Humanities/Computational Social Sciences

  • June 2020 – Analysis of Unstructured Text Data (Virtual) @ Statistical Society of Canada – Data Science and Analytics Section
  • June 2019 – Summer Institute in Computational Social Science (SICSS) @ Hunter College, CUNY
  • Spring 2018/9 – NYCDH Workhops
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    • Intro and Advanced Omeka
  • June 2018 – Digital Humanities Summer Institute
    • Digitisation Fundementals and their Application
    • Pedagogy of the Digitally Oppressed: Inculcating De-/Anti-/Post-Colonial Digital Humanities
  • Jan 2017 – GC Digital Research Institute