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Your NameInstitution or GroupEmailCourse TitleProposed Date/TimeConfirmed Date/TimeAny Other Info (Zoom is also an option)
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Nicole MorseFlorida Atlantic Universitymorsen@fau.eduMedia, Culture, Technologyearly April '20 (Thur 1-4) or any Thurs in March
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André BrockGeorgia TechAndre.brock@lmc.gatech.eduScience Technology and CultureSpring 2020 - don’t know day/time yet
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Maria-CruzPrinceton NiOTmcruzgarcia10@gmail.comCommunity EventFirst month Monday's 7-8:30pm We need to engage communities as well as university/schools. As Civic movement
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Kate DarlingUniversity of Maine Augustakatherine.darling@maine.eduSocial Problems: Technology as a ProblemSpring 2020 Health Equity Speaker Series 12 - 1 PM on Monday or ThursdaysOur health equity speaker series will reach rural centers and students statewide, and engage community health leaders across the state. Held in conjunction with my Social Problems and Soc of Health and Healthcare course !
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Rachel Douglas-JonesIT University of Copenhagenrdoj@itu.dkSociety and TechnologyFall 2019 Mondays 12-18 GMT+1
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Fallon WilsonBlack in Tech Nashville fallon.s.wilson@gmail.comInternational Day of Girl: Women of Color Tech Gathering (Local community event)10/11 or 10/12 or 1st wk of DecHoping to build local capacity around tech equity/inclusion/liberation, using your books, in Nashville in support of girls of color and/or children of color.
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Reuben MillerUniversity of Chicago School of Social Service Administrationreuben@uchicago.eduPunishment and Social Theory; Race, Crime and Justice in the CityWinter Quarter 2020 tbd; I also teach a doc course,
"Managing the Wretched and Unruly Poor"
that needs this.
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Elizabeth PatitsasMcGill Universityelizabeth.patitsas@mcgill.caThe Teaching of Computer ScienceFall 2019, time TBD
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Julia TiconaUPennjulia.ticona@asc.upenn.eduDigital InequalitiesFall 2019 - flexible49
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Kate WestOxford Brookes University, UKk.west@brookes.ac.ukDigital Intersectionalities (on Criminology Programme)Spring 2020 - don’t know day/time yetThank you so much, Ruha. I will be in touch about Oxford Brookes paying you a guest lecturer fee to talk and I hope our doing so will encourage other institutions to do the same or look into the possibility of this.
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Andrew KeefeHarvard Universityandrew_keefe@g.harvard.eduTBDTBD
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Xiaochang LiStanford Universityxiaochangli@stanford.eduRace and MediaWinter quarter 2020 (dates tbd, but class will be M/W 1:30-2:50 PST)
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William MorganUC Berkeleywilliammorgan@berkeley.eduSummer Critical Theory Debate CampAnytime between June 24-July 30 Thank you so much! This is a request not for a university class, but a critical summer debate institute that I work at. Our curriculum focuses on afro-pessimism, settler colonialism, psychoanalysis and post-structuralism. High schoolers are reading these things! Would be incredible for them to listen to you!
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Guy MountAuburn Universityguymount@auburn.eduHistorical MethodsTuesdays in FallOct 31 confirmed
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Elena Lahr-VivazRutgers-Newarkelahrvivaz431@gmail.comCubaFall 2019, dates TBD (but M/W schedule)The course is on Cuban culture, literature, and film, but deals with race and technology, so I'm excited to teach your book!
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Yomaira FigueroaMichigan State Universityyomairaf@msu.eduRace, Gender & the HumanSpring 2020, TBD Class Meets Wed 5-7:50pmGraduate Seminar on Race, Gender and the Human (inlc history of the humanities as discipline). I can offer a small honoraium! Thank you!
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Burcu BaykurtUMass Amherstbbaykurt@umass.eduSocial Life of AlgorithmsFall 2019, dates TBD (class runs T/Th 4-5:15 (EST)Nov 5 confirmed
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Laura TetreaultSUNY Albanyltetreault@albany.eduDigital Rhetorics & PoliticsFall 2019, class meets Thursdays 7:05-9:40pm ESTOct 24 confirmed, between 7:05 and 8:30pmGraduate seminar on race, gender, sexuality and digital technologies. Glad to provide more details! Thank you!
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Jennifer RittnerSchool of Visual Artsjrittner@sva.eduThesis II: Information Architecture (writing their design thesis books)Spring 2020, class meets Mondays from 10:30-1:20This class is in the MFA Products of Design program; I teach students to interrogate systems of power, specifically those that traditional disenfranchise/marginalize communities of color.
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Ben SnyderWilliams Collegebhs2@williams.eduWays of KnowingSpring 2020, TBD Class Meets W 1:10 pm - 3:50 pmThis class is a joint methods/epistemology course in Anthropology and Sociology. Would love to have you as a guest to talk about studying technology and code. Love your book!
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Nicole-Marie CottonUC Berkeley ncotton@berkeley.eduInclusive Pathways into TEchFall 2019 Class Th 5pm-7pm This is an undergraduate course for tech and non-tech majors interested in collaborating to solve social issues typically not covered in their computer science & engineering courses
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Laura FosterIndiana University - Bloomingtonfosterl@indiana.eduScientific Practices and Feminist Knowledge ProductionWednesday, November 6th - Class meets 4:00 to 6:30 pm This is a graduate student seminar with texts related to conversations within feminist science and technology studies, and STS in/of Africa
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Firuzeh Shokooh ValleFranklin & Marshall Collegefshokooh@fandm.eduIntroduction to SociologyFall 2019 Tuesdays & Thursdays 12:45 pm-2:05Nov 21 Confirmed
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Catherine D'IgnazioMITdignazio@mit.eduPower, Inequality and Urban Computation (working title, probably will change)Spring 2020 TBDWill most likely be a graduate seminar on gender, race, data and AI. As it will be in an urban planning context, we will likely discuss examples of data/computation related to the city and to geography.
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Cari MaesOregon State Universitycari.maes@oregonstate.eduSystems of Oppression in Women's LivesFall 2019 Fridays 2-5pmThank you for this amazing work. This is a graduate seminar for the incoming cohort in Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies.
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Alyssa NewmanHarvey Mudd Collegeamnewman@g.hmc.edun/aFall 2019: anytime in october or novemberNov 15 Confirmed 12pm PST
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Sarah T. HamidStop LAPD Spying Coaltionhamidtasnuva@gmail.com; @hamidtasnuvan/a; Data & Algorithms Working Group/Predictive Policing CampaignFall 2019/Winter 2020Fantastic talk tonight at Sisters @ LATE & thank you again for your presence at our PP mtng on Tuesday. Would be wonderful to have you beam in for a conversation with our campaign!
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Desmond PattonColumbia University Emerging Tech, Media & SocietyFall 2019 @ 11–12:50Oct 1 Confirmed
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Alan Eladio GómezArizona State Universityaeg@asu.eduPrisons, Borders & Freedom Dreams: Graduate SeminarFall 2019 M 4:50-7:30pm
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Michelle CicconeFoxborough High School, Massachusettsmichelle.ciccone@gmail.comTBDTBD - November/December?I am the Technology Integration Specialist at a high school. I'm putting together a series of after school events to engage students and teachers in discussions around tech ethics issues. Hosting a Skype with you would be AMAZING.
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Kenneth RodgersSynergy Quantum Academy High School, Los Angeleskenneth.rodgersjr@gmail.comComparative Politics & GovernmentFall 2019 M/W/FConfirmed Oct 29, 2019This is an advanced course for high schoool seniors at a STEM school in South Central, Los Angeles. Exposure to your work is paramount and I am very much looking forward to the conversation.
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Sepehr VakilNorthwestern Universitysepehr.vakil@northwestern.eduAnalyzing Intersections of Race, Ethics, and TechFall 2019, MW 12:30-1:50 pm (CST)
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Roderic CrooksUC Irvinecrooksr@uci.eduSocial Analysis of ComputingTuesday, Nov. 26, 3:30 - 4:50 Pm (PST)
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Bonni StachowiakTeaching in Higher Ed podcastbonni@innovatelearning.comStarting in Sept - usually Tues-Fri - you pick a timeIf you're open to being a guest, Teaching in Higher Ed has 7k+ downloads per episode. Would love to profile your book on the show. I have an easy interview sign up and respect guests' time.
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Carrie Diaz EatonBates Collegecdeaton@bates.eduIntro to computing for STEM/History of technology/DCS bookclubFall 2019, MW 1:10-2:30 (Intro to computing), Bookclub TBA, time flexibleA few classes are using your book, plus it is our bookclub choice for the Digital Computational Studies (DCS) program. The time is flexible. If you ever want to visit in person as well, we'd love to have you.
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Devon PowersTemple Universitydevon.powers@temple.eduRepresentation in the MediaFall 2019 Oct. 10 or 24?
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Kelly Josephs & Matthew K. GoldCUNY Graduate Centerkjosephs@york.cuny.edu; mgold@gc.cuny.eduIntroduction to Digital HumanitiesFall 2019 - 11/20, 11/13, 11/27this graduate-level course offers an introduction to Digital Humanities from a postcolonial/Caribbean studies perspective.
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Helen PritchardGoldsmiths, University of Londonh.pritchard@gold.ac.ukComputational Arts Research and Theory (MA Computational Arts). Oct - Dec 2019, Feb - Mar 2020 (thurs+fri)If you still have time it would be great! The students will also design a practice-based workshop based on the discussions.
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Mónica AmorMaryland Institute College of Artmamor@mica.eduContemporary Art, Desing, TheoryNov. 6 between 4-6This class surveys key topics in Contemporary Art Practice. The Nov. 6 session is title "Spectacle, Virtuality...Identity" and considers from Jonathan Crary's writing to Aria Dean's work. I have a little budget and can offer an honorarium
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Ariana DongusUniversity of Arts & Designadongus@hfg-karlsruhe.deFrom the Panopticum to Biometric CapitalismFlexible! January 15, 4-7pm, UTC+02:00
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LaToya StrongAbolition Scienceabolitionscience@gmail.comAbolition Science Study Group
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Cassidy PuckettEmory Universitycassidy.puckett@emory.eduDigital Inequality
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Alvin Grissom IIUrsinus Collegeagrissom@ursinus.eduArtificial IntelligenceFall 2019. Any time from mid-October to first week in Dec. Class meets 1:30-2:45ET T, ThThis is a computer science class, but we have spent a significant amount of time discussing the issues in the book.
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Christophe RingrerChicago Theological Seminary christophe.ringer@ctschicago.eduArtificial IntelligenceSpring 2020/21
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Kay KirkpatrickUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaignkkirkpat@illinois.eduMathematics of Machine LearningSpring 2020, April or May? day/time TBD
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Stephanie T JonesNorthwestern Universitystephanie.jones@u. northwestern.eduAnalyzing Intersections: Technology, Ethics, and PowerOctober 9, 30 minutes between 12:30-1:50 CSTI am a PhD student in Computer Science and Learning Science and TAing this course with Dr. Sepehr Vakil and will be facilitating a conversation around your book; I think the undergrads would love to engage with you if you are available.
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Michelle TrimUniversity of Mass Amherstmtrim@cs.umass.eduEthical Considerations in Computing (CS 590E)Any Tues or TH from 9/24 - 12/10 between 4:00-5:15 EasternThe students in this course are predominantly CS Masters students - so this is a way to speak directly to future tech developers.I'd be willing to include folks from my undergrad CS course - Social Issues in Computing if a larger population is desired.
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Gerald LenoirUC Berkeleygeraldlenoir@berkeley.eduSeminar on anti-black racismThursday, Nov. 14, 1 pm or 2 pmThis is a seminar by the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society for Atlantic Fellows for Racial Equity. We usually use Zoom.
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Todd DaviesStanford Universitydavieis@stanford.eduSeminar on Digital Technology, Society, and Democracy (SYMSYS 201)Tuesday, Oct. 8, 10:30-11pm Eastern Time (30 minutes). Students will have finished reading Race After TechnologyCourse syllabus is at https://web.stanford.edu/class/symsys201/. Our program has produced several founders of Silicon Valley companies (Instagram, LinkedIn), as well as creators of widely used technologies (iOS, Google Chrome, Facebook Newsfeed). I feel, given their propensity to become technology leaders, that they would benefit from hearing your perspective and would (I hope) take that into their work afterward. The class meets in the evenings on the west coast, and I know the time may not be ideal for you.
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Jamillah R. Gabriel & Lettycia TerronesUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaignjrg3@illinois.eduRace, Gender, and TechnologySpring 2020We are PhD students team teaching an undergraduate course in the School of Information Sciences
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Dominique WimmerGooglenikaw@google.comAllyship SunnyvaleDecember 4th (12pm PT / 3pm ET?)We have a monthly allyship meeting and would love to bring you in to a book club discussion on Race after Technology
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Jason M. KellyIUPUIjaskelly@iupui.eduDigital Public HistorySpring 2020 (Tuesdays, 12-3); I can adjust the syllabus to match availability
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Zoe VorsinoUniversity of Hawaii at Manoazvorsino@hawaii.eduHistory of Political ThoughtFebruary 2020 Mondays or Wednesdays — syllabus can be adjusted. In this modified Historical Philosophy course, I'm working with students to think through the capitalocene.
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Rena BivensCarleton Universityrena.bivens@carleton.caGrad seminar - Foundations of Communication StudiesWinter 2020, we meet Mondays between 11:35 and 2:25pm EST. Any amount of time would be great. Our class runs from January 6th to March 30th (no class 17 Feb) and I could adjust the syllabus to fit you in (but the first class - Jan 7 would be hard). March is preferred.This is our mandatory theory class for our first year MA students in Communication and Media Studies. I've been really excited to read your book and plan to have the students read at least your introduction, perhaps more. Zoom would work perfectly, if you are able to accommodate us. Thanks for considering!
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