[Air-L] agency / neutrality of algorithms

Mann, Paige Paige_Mann at redlands.edu
Tue May 31 14:39:03 PDT 2016

Hi Alex,

You might be interested in Safiya Noble's work:  https://safiyaunoble.com/publication/. Here's a sampling of her work:

*        Noble, S. U. (2013). Google Search: Hyper-visibility as a Means of Rendering Black Women and Girls Invisible. InVisible Culture: Issue 19.

*        Senft, T. and Noble, S. (2013). Race and Social Media.  In The Routledge Handbook of Social Media. Eds. Senft, Theresa M., & Hunsinger, Jeremy. Routledge: NY.

*        (under contract/review) Noble, S. (2016). Algorithms of Oppression: Race, Gender and Power in the Digital Age. New York: New York University Press.

*        Noble, S. (2012). Missed Connections: What Search Engines Say about Women. Bitch magazine, 12:4, Spring, pg. 37-41.

*        Noble, S. (2013). Google Equates Black Girls With Sex: Why? Opinion editorial for TheRoot.com, a publication of the Washington Post. URL last accessed on 3/14/12

Paige Mann
Physical Sciences Librarian
University of Redlands

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