D&T Spring 2020: Resource Suggestions from Students

This is a running, unedited list copied straight from the D&T Spring 2020 student blogs. Please let me know if you have a suggestion that’s not on this list.

  • Langdon Winnerโ€™s Do Artifacts Have Politicsย 
  • Diversity and Technology: Classroom Implications of the Digital Divide
  • Professor Mike Blake from NYU Wagner
  • we should visit the African American and holocaust museumsย 
  • Hannah- Jones relating to choosing if she would enroll her daughter in a segregated or non-segregated school.
  • โ€œSo you want to talk about raceโ€ by Ijeoma Oluo.
  • The Weird Events That Make Machines Hallucinate
  • https://www.wired.com/story/five-years-tech-diversity-reports-little-progress/ย 
  • Malala Yousafzaiโ€™s biographical account โ€œI am Malalaโ€.ย 
  • โ€œLift Us Up, Donโ€™t Push Us Outโ€ by Mark R. Warren and David Goodman
  • https://qz.com/india/1109531/surrogate-mothers-at-risk-in-india-after-the-commercial-surrogacy-ban-is-extended/ย 
  • Hacking Diversity
  • Asians Wear Clothes on the Internet
  • The Diversity Delusion
  • Making Computers Accessible: Disability Rights and Digital Technology
  • Brotopia: Breaking Up the Boysโ€™ Club of Silicon Valleyย by Emily Chang
  • Londa Schiebingerโ€™s โ€œAnatomy of Differenceโ€
  • โ€œThe Giverโ€ by Lois Lowry
  • โ€œYou Are Worth It: Building a Life Worth Fighting Forโ€ by Kyle Carpenter
  • Caught in the Wheels by Cynthia Cockburn