Nicholas Osaka is a writer, worker in tech, and graduate student studying philosophy at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. They write about Asian/-American feminism, philosophy of technology, and fintech (particularly blockchain technology). Their philosophical interests include the history of statistics and computing, cybernetics, diasporic feminist and queer theory, and critiques of neoliberalism. While their interests are always in motion, they find home in the frameworks offered through feminist, queer, and disabled philosophies and theories.
Nicholas loves coffee, cats, and film photography.
You can find my academic CV here, as a PDF. I try to keep it as up-to-date as possible. For a look at my industry experience, please check out my LinkedIn.