For UCSC’s Uses and Abuses of Data in Higher Ed Eugenia Zuroski on Where Do You Know From? https://maifeminism.com/where-do-you-know-from-an-exercise-in-placing-ourselves-together-in-the-classroom/ (in convo with Katherine McKittrick and Minelle Mahtani) Dartmouth Provost’s report on faculty diversity 2017 https://www.dartmouth.edu/provost/faculty_development_diversity/2017annualreportonfacultydiversity.pdf On generalizability rather than universality, Max Liboiron https://www.dukeupress.edu/pollution-is-colonialism Ronnie Casella in Wall, T. et al. “Schools Under Surveillance: Cultures of Control in Public Education.” (2009). Michel de Certeau Practices of the Everyday. University of California […]
I’m stealing a moment from my weekend to put up a few in progress images and a short intro to a collaborative project that I’m really excited about. Titled “Energy Pools,” this piece was first conceived in late 2019 with Nikki Stevens. Imagining and prototyping began in earnest in January of 2020 and included Dartmouth undergraduate Caroline Casey. Then, as with so much research and work in 2020…Covid-19 transformed everything. […]
Dartmouth College invites applications for an open rank tenure-track position in Digital Humanities and Social Engagement (DHSE) and I’m super excited to welcome new colleagues to this amazing initiative.
This is a project to help you visualize how much & what kind of data you are sharing when you use a wearable and/or implantable device. While self-tracking can be/can seem benign, the third-party collection and sharing of gathered data puts you at risk once data leaves your control. This is the first public iteration for WoundPerson and we would love your thoughts and reactions. Email: send your thought to us […]
According to a recent Pew Study, 1 in 4 women have experienced online stalking or sexual harassment. Labeled as “social justice warriors,” prominent journalists, media makers, and bloggers have been harassed and threatened for writing about economic inequality, education, and racism in popular culture. The culture of fear that is being created impacts not just professionals, but more perniciously, young women and men who are developing their habits and protocols […]
The site of Phoenix’s first shopping mall, Park Central Mall is undergoing renovations to revitalize and return the property to its stature as a hub for community gathering. During the preparations for renovations 20 volumes of clippings were found in the mall basement, some from as early as the 1950s ground breaking of the mall. These are the basis of a new Nexus Co-operative project to preserve and share the stories of […]
Border Quants is a collective of artists and scholars conducting research related to digital human rights, personal data protection, and decolonial approaches to data use. The collaborating artists and scholars include Jessica Rajko (ASU), Marisa Elena Duarte (ASU), Jacqueline Wernimont (ASU), Patricia Garcia (Michigan), Heather Ross (ASU), and Marika Cifor (Bowdin). Our motivating questions include: What is the long history of uses of data with regard to cycles of oppression and discrimination? […]
I began working as HASTAC Co-Director mid-2017 and it’s been a fantastic journey so far. HASTAC is a free, open social network for scholars, artists, and makers interested in the ways that humanities, arts, science, and technology fields can productively overlap. In our proposal, we noted that at ASU we measure our success by whom we include and how they succeed. Our new HASTAC-ASU partnership is similarly guided by an […]
Bodies of Information: Feminist Debates in Digital Humanities is a new edited collection that will be out with the University of Minnesota Press in late 2018. Can the digital humanities complicate the basic assumptions of tech culture, or will this body of scholarship and practices simply reinforce preexisting biases? Bodies of Information addresses this crucial question by assembling a varied group of leading voices, showcasing feminist contributions to a panoply of topics, including ubiquitous computing, game studies, new materialisms, and cultural phenomena like hashtag activism, hacktivism, and campaigns against online misogyny.