- B.S. Auburn University, Department of Computer Engineering, 1984
- M.S. Duke University, Department of Electrical Engineering, 1986
- M.A. Cornell University, Department of Science and Technology Studies, 1996
- Ph.D. Cornell University Department of Science and Technology Studies, 2000
Suzanne Moon is a historian of technology whose research explores technology in modern Southeast Asia, particularly Indonesia. She is broadly interested in the politics and culture of technological change in the global south, especially as it relates to agriculture and manufacturing. She has a special interest in the co-construction of technology with diverse ideals about social justice and human rights. She received her Ph.D. in Science and Technology Studies from Cornell University in 2000 and holds the title of Associate Professor at the University of Oklahoma. She is the former Editor-in-Chief of Technology and Culture (2010-2020), the flagship journal in the history of technology. Suzanne Moon studies the culture, and politics of technology in Southeast Asian history, especially Indonesia. Her most recent project is a history of technology in Southeast Asia from antiquity to 1800, which will be published by Johns Hopkins University Press.