Joshua Wilwohl


I'm an assistant professor at the American University of Phnom Penh (AUPP).

My classes and research explore the intersection of art, language, and technology.

I've studied how word choice in multilingual storytelling influences consumer behavior, and I've applied the results to shape digital products.

My work in the United States, United Kingdom, and Cambodia has helped people get news and drive cars. My writings have been featured in publications and galleries, including the Huffington Post, Mekong Review, BAYarts, and Meta House.

Before joining AUPP, I was on faculty at the Metropolitan College of New York.

I have a PgD in Creative Writing, an MA in Online Journalism, an MPA in Emergency and Disaster Management, and a BA in Art History and Communication.