Allison Koh is a PhD Researcher at the Centre for International Security. Koh's research focuses on how states engage with online opposition and applications of natural language processing in the analysis of political texts and social media. In their dissertation project, Koh investigates how states leverage social media platforms to engage in harassment campaigns against vocal critics. Koh holds a BSc in Economics and Asian Studies from Tulane University and an MPP from the Hertie School. Previously, Koh worked in the Asia-Pacific Regional Director's office at Open Society Foundations and received a Fulbright scholarship to teach English in Malaysia.
Main supervisor: Prof. Dr. Anita Gohdes