Cambridge talk July 11 “Radicalized Infrastructures” references

Please see below for the references I mentioned during my invited presentation at the “Searching Questions” digital humanities symposium on July 11, 2018.


Photo from the symposium (Anne Alexander speaking). Photo credit: Patrik Svensson.

Bear, Laura. 2015. Navigating Austerity : Currents of Debt along a South Asian River. Stanford University Press.

Bhattacharyya, Gargi. 2013 “How can we live with ourselves? Universities and the attempt to reconcile learning and doing” Ethnic and Racial Studies, 2013.

Bell, Genevieve, and Paul Dourish. 2007. “Yesterday’s Tomorrows: Notes on Ubiquitous Computing’s Dominant Vision.” Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 11, no. 2 (January 2007): 133–143.

D’Ignazio, Catherine. 2015. “What would feminist data visualization look like?”. MIT Center for Civic Media.

“#ARCHIVESSOWHITE in the Words of Jarrett Drake”. Interview with Jarrett Drake”. Issues & Advocacy Roundtable (I&A) of the Society of American Archivists (SAA).

Drucker, Johanna., & Svensson, Patrik. 2016. “The Why and How of Middleware”Digital Humanities Quarterly, 10(2).

Jeremijenko, N. 2016. “Creative Agency and the Space Race of the 21st Century: Towards a Museum of Natural Futures”. DIS ’16 Proceedings of the 2016 ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems.

Mattern, Shannon. “A City Is Not a Computer.” Places Journal, February 7, 2017.

Marx, L. 2010. “Technology The Emergence of a Hazardous Concept”. Technology and Culture Social Research, 51(3), 561–577.

McPherson, T. 2018. Feminist in a Software Lab: Difference + Design. Harvard University Press.

Noble, S. U. 2018. Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism. NYU Press.

Pratt, Mary Louise. 1991. “Arts of the Contact Zone.” Profession (1991): 33–40.

Ratto, Matt. 2011. “Critical Making: Conceptual and Material Studies in Technology and Social Life.” The Information Society 27, no. 4 (July 2011): 252–260.

Sundén, Jenny. 2015. “On trans-, glitch, and gender as machinery of failure”. First Monday, 20(4).

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