FemTechNet Critical Race & Ethnic Studies Pedagogy Workbook

Assigned Reading

Ahmed, S. (2012). “Equality and Performance Culture,” in On Being Included: Racism and and Diversity in Institutional Life. Duke Univ. Press.

Daniels, J. “Rethinking Cyberfeminism(s): Race, Gender, and Embodiment,” Women’s Studies Quarterly. 37: 1 & 2, Spring/Summer 2009. 

Fernandez, M. (2003). "Cyberfeminism, Racism, Embodiment." In Domain Errors! eds. Maria Fernandez, Faith Wilding, and Michelle M. Wright. Brooklyn, N.Y.: Autonomedia. h

Fouche, R. (2006). “Say It Loud, I'm Black and I'm Proud: African Americans, American Artifactual Culture, and Black Vernacular Technological Creativity.” American Quarterly. 58: 3, 639-661.

Golden, Jamie Nesbitt. “Feminism Can’t Just be for White Women,” Salon.

Inda, J. X. (2011). “Materializing Hope: Racial Pharmaceuticals, Suffering Bodies, and Biological Citizenship,” in Corpus: An Interdisciplinary Reader on Bodies and Knowledge. Casper M. and Currah, P. (eds). Palgrave.

Ketchum, Karyl E. "Facegen and the Technovisual Politics of Embodied Surfaces." Women's Studies Quarterly. 37. Special Issue: Technologies (2009): 183-99.

M’charek, A. (2010). “Fragile Differences, Relational effects: Stories about the Materiality of Race and Sex” in European Journal of Women’s Studies. 17:4, 307-322. 2010.

Magubane, Z. (2012) “Sports, Race, Sex, and Shame: Rethinking Caster Semenya.” Oppositional. Conversations. Issue 1.

McPherson, T. (2012). “Why Are the Digital Humanities So White? or Thinking the Histories of Race and Computation,” in Debates in the Digital Humanities, ed. Matthew K. Gold. Univ of Minnesota Press.

Nakamura, L. (2007). “Avatars and the Visual Culture of Reproduction on the Web,” Digitizing Race: Visual Cultures on the Internet. Univ of Minnesota Press.

Nakamura, L. (forthcoming). "It's a Nigger in Here! Kill the Nigger!": User-Generated Media Campaigns Against Racism, Sexism, and Homophobia in Digital Games." The International Encyclopedia of Media Studies, edited by Angharad Valdivia. Blackwell.

Nakamura, L. and Chow-White, P. (eds.). (2011). Race After the Internet. Routeledge. 

Nelson, A. (2002). “Future Texts,” Social Text, 71: 20

Nguyen, M.T. (2012). “Making Waves: Other Punk Feminisms.” Women and Performance: A Journal of Feminist Theory. 22: 2-3, pp. 355-359.

Nguyen, M.T. (2012). “Riot Grrrl, Race, and Revival.” Women and Performance: A Journal of Feminist Theory. 22: 2-3, 173-196.

Reagon,B. J. (2000). "Coalition Politics: Turning the Century.” In Home Girls: A Black Feminist Anthology Published 1983 by Kitchen Table Women of Color Press, Rutgers University Press.

Roberts, D. (2011). Fatal Invention: How Science, Politics, and Big Business Re-Create Race in the Twenty-first Century. New Press.

Rodriguez, D. (2011). “Multiculturalist White Supremacy and the Substructure of the Body,” in Corpus: An Interdisciplinary Reader on Bodies and Knowledge. Casper M. and Currah, P. (eds). Palgrave.

Sandoval, C. (1995) “New Sciences: Cyborg Feminism and the Methodology of the Oppressed.” In The Cyborg Handbook, ed. Chris Hables Gray. New York: Routledge.

Thomas, V. L. (1989). “Black Women Engineers and Technologists.” in A Hammer in Their Hands: A Documentary History of Technology and the African-American Experience, ed. Caroll Pursell. MIT Press, 2005.

Trinh, T. M. (1989). “Difference: ‘A Special Third World Women Issue,’” Woman Native Other. Indiana Univ Press.

Wright, M. M. (2005). “Finding a Place in Cyberspace: Black Women, Technology, and Identity.” Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies. 26: 1, 48-59.

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