Join us in a twitter chat about "Teaching as Social Justice": how teaching can address the unequal distribution of resources, wealth, privilege, and opportunity along axes of race, gender, sexual orientation, and ability. The twitter chat will be moderated by Simone Browne, Associate Professor of African and African Diaspora Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. We will be using both the hashtags #teach4justice and #fight4edu, so that we can continue the conversation along with the livestream workshop “Teaching As Social Justice” starting at 1:00 pm EDT, with Ruth Wilson Gilmore, Director of the Center for Place, Culture, and Politics and Professor of Geography and Earth and Environmental Sciences at The Graduate Center, CUNY; Anne Balsamo, Dean of the School of Media Studies and Professor of Media Studies at the New School, and co-founder of FemTechNet; and Prithi Kanakamedala, Assistant Professor of History at Bronx Community College who works on public history projects related to Brooklyn's history of abolitionism and anti-slavery activism.
Twitter Chat Moderator
- Simone Browne, @wewatchwatchers, Associate Professor of African and African Diaspora Studies at the University of Texas at Austin and author of Dark Matters: On the Surveillance of Blackness, which examines surveillance with a focus on biometrics, airports and borders, slavery, black mobilities and creative texts
Twitter Chat Discussion Leaders
- Fiona Barnett, @HASTACscholars, HASTAC Scholars Director and Ph.D. candidate in the Literature Program and Women's Studies at Duke University
- Jessie Daniels, @JessieNYC, Professor of Sociology at Hunter College and The Graduate Center, The City University of New York (CUNY)
- Jade Davis, @jadedid, Associate Director of Digital Learning Projects at LaGuardia Community College
- Elizabeth Lieutenant, @LizLieutenant, Master of Library and Information Science student at The Catholic University of America
- Michael Dorsch, @michaeljdorsch, Futures Initiative Graduate Fellow and doctoral student specializing in geography in the Earth and Environmental Science Program at the Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY)
- Robin Kirk, @RobinKirk, Faculty Co-chair of the Duke Human Rights Center@FHI, Director of the Human Rights Certificate, and Lecturer in Cultural Anthropology and International Comparative Studies at Duke University
- Ali Pearl, @AliRachelPearl, HASTAC Scholar and PhD candidate in English Lit with focus in Digital Humanities at the University of Southern California
- Jentery Sayers, @jenterysayers, Assistant Professor of English and Cultural, Social, and Political Thought at the University of Victoria
- Jesse Stommel, @Jessifer, Executive Director of the Division of Teaching and Learning Technologies at the University of Mary Washington and Director of Hybrid Pedagogy
- Anne von Petersdorff, @sayudeira, HASTAC Scholar and PhD student in German Studies with a focus on Digital Humanities at Michigan State University
Resources and Reflections
- Diversity in Social Research Methods: Embracing More Representative Understandings of Equity and Social Justice by Michael Dorsch, @michaeljdorsch
- Dark Matters: On the Surveillance of Blackness, by Simone Browne - a book examining surveillance with a focus on biometric information technology, airports and borders, slavery, mobile communication, black mobilities and creative texts.
- Rethinking cyberfeminism (s): Race, gender, and embodiment by Jessie Daniels
- Race and racism in Internet studies: A review and critique by Jessie Daniels
- Race, civil rights, and hate speech in the digital era by Jessie Daniels
- more coming soon...