[Air-L] Technology as ideologically neutral?
andre.brock at gmail.com
Thu Jul 5 16:28:50 PDT 2012
some other suggestions:
The critical race and cyberculture literature is where i regularly draw my
arguments of 'tech as ideologically neutral' from, since those researchers
argue against precisely that perspective. Most of the work is in edited
collections and journal special issues:
- Tu, Nelson, and Hines "Technicolor"
- Alondra Nelson's "AfroFuturism" special issue in Social Work
- Kolko, Nakamura, Rodman "Race in Cyberspace"
- Silver and Massanari's "Critical Cyberculture Studies"
- de la Pena and Vaidhyanathan's "Rewiring the "Nation": The Place of
Technology in American Studies" special issue
- in American Quarterly
- Nakamura and Chow-White "Race after the Internet"
for a specifically STS perspective
- Pacey (as mentioned earlier)
- Marvin (as mentioned earlier)
- Michael Adas "Dominance by Design"
- Joel Dinerstein "Swinging the Vine"
- David Nye "American Technological Sublime"
James Carey's "Communication as Culture"
Hope this helps...
Assistant Professor - Library and Information Science/POROI
University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA 52242
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