Resources

Below is a list of resources used or referenced in Equity Unbound. This is just an initial list — it will grow as we progress through the term.

Adichie, Chimamanda Ngozi (2009). The danger of a single story. Ted Talk.

Bali, Maha, & Greg Curran (2018). Complicating diversity and inclusion with Maha Bali. Pushing the Edge podcast. [also Unpacking terms around equity, power and privilege blog post by Maha Bali, referred to in podcast]

Caulfield, Mike (2018). Four Moves blog. Also check out this infographic.

Caulfield, Mike (2018). Recognition is futile: Why checklist approaches to information literacy fail and what to do about it. Hapgood blog (February 18).

Cronin, Catherine (2017). Open education, open questions. EDUCAUSE Review (October 23).

Gaylor, Brett (2015). Do Not Track (interactive documentary).

Gilliard, Chris (2016). Digital redlining, access, and privacy. Commonsense Education (May 24).

Gilliard, Chris (2017). Pedagogy and the logic of platforms. EDUCAUSE Review (July 3).

Glaser, April (2018). The problem with #DeleteFacebook. Slate (March 21).

Gorski, Paul (2017). Imagining equity literacy. Teaching Tolerance (Aprikl 10).

Ito, Mimi (2018). How to shed parenting guilt and transform into a digital hero. Connected Camps.

Jurgenson, Nathan (2012). The IRL fetish. The New Inquiry (June 28).

Kandola, Binna (2013). Diffusing bias. Facing History and Ourselves.

Katebi, Hoda (2017). Please keep your American flags off my hijab. Joojoo Azad blog (January 23).

Lanier, Jared (2018). How we need to remake the Internet (TED Talk).

Mounzer, Lina (2016). War in translation: Giving voice to the women of Syria. Literary Hub (October 6).

Noble, Safiya Umoja, & Sarah T. Roberts (2017). Problems of platform capitalism. Logic, issue 5.

Okun, Tema (2001). White supremacy culture. In Jones, K. & Okun, T. (Eds.) Dismantling racism: A workbook for social change groups. Changework. (see also www.dismantlingracism.org).

Pariser, Eli (2011). Beware online “filter bubbles” (TED Talk).

Rheingold, Howard (2012). Net Smart: How to thrive online. The MIT Press.

Selasi, Taiye (2014). Don’t ask where I’m from, ask where I’m local. TED Talk (and related readings).

Smooth, Jay (2008). How to tell someone they sound racist. YouTube.

Stossel, Max, & Sander van Dijk (2016). The panda is dancing. YouTube.

Tufekci, Zeynep (2018). Facebook’s surveillance machine. The New York Times (March 19).

Tufekci, Zeynep (2018). How social media took us from Tahrir Square to Donald Trump. MIT Technology Review (August 14).

Zamora, Mia (2015). “Taking a leap of faith”. DML Central: Digital Media & Learning:
The Power of Participation (February 5).

Zamora, Mia, & Maha Bali (2017). Keyword “network”. Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities:
Concepts, Models, and Experiments: Digital Commons MLA (November).

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