FemEdTech Reading List discovered

Femedtech, is a a reflexive, emergent network of people learning, practising and researching in educational technology: http://femedtech.net.

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Berger, John. Ways of seeing. Vol. 1. Penguin uK, 2008.
Damarin 1, Suzanne K. „Feminist unthinking and educational technology.“ Educational & Training Technology International28.2 (1991): 111-119.

Haraway, Donna Jeanne. A manifesto for cyborgs: Science, technology, and socialist feminism in the 1980s. San Francisco, CA: Center for Social Research and Education, 1985.

Hunter, Lynette. Critiques of Knowing: Situated textualities in science, computing and the arts. Routledge, 2002.
Keller, Laurie S., and Gill Kirkup. „Inventing Women Science, Technology and Gender.“ (1992).

Plant, Sadie. Zeros+ ones: Digital women+ the new technoculture. London: Fourth Estate, 1997.

Sontag, Susan. On photography. Vol. 48. Macmillan, 2001.
Adam, A. (2005). Gender, Ethics and Information Technology. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Gender and Precarious Research Careers: A Comparative Analysis. Annalisa Murgia and Barbara Poggio (eds). Routledge. 2019.

Bassett, Caroline; Kember, Sarah and O’Riordan, Kate. 2019. Furious: Technological Feminismand Digital Futures. London: Pluto Press. ISBN 9780745340500

Noble, D. (1998) ‘Digital Diploma Mills: The Automation of Higher Education’, First Monday, 3.
Ctrl + Z: The Right to be Forgotten. Meg Leta Jones. NYU Press. 2016.

Giving Voice. Mobile Communication, Disability and Inequalitay. Meryl Alper. The MIT Press. 2017.
Lower Ed. The Troubling Rise of For-Profit Colleges In The New Economy. Tressie McMillan Cottom. The New Press. 2017.

Holland et al 1998 Identities and Agency in Cultural Worlds
„The Social Life of Information. John Seely Brown and Paul Duguid. Harvard Business School Press. 2000.

Savonick, D. (2018). Why I Teach with HASTAC: Platforms as Critical Pedagogy. (blog post)
Org Design for Design Orgs. Peter Merholz and Kristin Skinner. O’Reilly Media.2016.

Leapfrogging Inequality. Remaking Education To Help Young People Thrive. Rebecca Winthrop.
Rethinking Learning for a Digital Age. How Learners Are Shaping Their Own Experiences. Rhona Sharpe (Ed.). Routledge. 2010.

Invisible Women. Exposing Data Bias In A World Designed For Men. Caroline Criado Perez. Abrams Press. 2019.

de Freitas, E. (2017). The temporal fabric of research methods: Posthuman social science and the digital data deluge. Research in Education, 98(1), 27-43.

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