Di Di

Di Di is an assistant professor of sociology at Santa Clara University. She received her Ph.D. in sociology at Rice University. Broadly, her research explores how social institutions and individual identities are conditioned by national context, as well as by gender, ethnicity, religion, and profession. Her current project examines how tech professionals in China and the US see the intersection between religion, ethics, and the application of science in their work. Her work is published in journals such as Sociology of Religion, Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, and Socius.