For our first episode we’re unpacking the concept of resistance, especially in computing and computing education. What is resistance? What is being resisted? How do we resist?
Sink your teeth into these…
We encourage you to engage with the resources below to become more familiar with the topic of resistance before engaging with the kitchen-table talk in part 2. The resources below were curated by our kitchen-table talk guest speakers– among many others, these resources have helped inform their scholarship and their own lived resistance.
- Catching our breath: critical race STS and the carceral imagination, Ruha Benjamin; 2016.
- Going Through a Process of Whitening: Student Experiences Within Computer Science Education, Earl W. Huff, Francisco Castro, Gayithri Jayathirtha, Yerika Jimenez, Minji Kong, Natalie Araujo Melo, Amber Solomon, Jennifer Tsan; 2021.
- We tell these stories to survive: Towards abolition in computer science education, Stephanie Jones and natalie araujo melo; 2021.
- The racial politics of STEM education in the USA: Interrogations and explorations, Sepehr Vakil and Rick Ayers; 2019.
- Purchasing whiteness: Pardos, mulattos, and the quest for social mobility in the Spanish Indies, Ann Twinam; 2015.
- How Race Is Conjured, Jason Farbman, Barbara J. Fields, and Karen E. Fields; 2015.
- Learning as an Emergent Strategy, Leigh Patel; 2020.
News Articles and Reports
- Reconstructing Race: Racism, Culture and Mestizaje in Latin America, Marisol De La Cadena; 2001.
- The Ed-Tech Imaginary, Audrey Watters; 2020.
- It’s a good day (to fight the system), Shungudzo feat. Joy Oladokun; 2022.