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Reading Lists and Resources

  ooking for more resources about the topics discussed in our series? Our Youtube Channel, Facebook page, and Twitter account have some great resources. We also recommend these reading lists as a great starting point:

AI Now Institute's Gender, Race, and Power in AI Reading List

A People's Guide to AI by Mimi Onuaha and Diana Nucera

Critical Race and Digital Studies Syllabus/ Reading List

The Collective for Liberation, Ecology, and Technology Reading List

Race and Gender in Silicon Valley Reading List/ Syllabus by Cynthia Lee

Captivating Technology Syllabus/ Reading List by Ruha Benjamin

Feminist Voices in Technology Reading List

Here are also some other resources shared by our speakers:

The slideshow from Dr. Alex Ketchum's workshop on Public Facing Scholarship and Website Design:

A list of resources on small press publishing by Metonomy Press:

The Podcast and Audio Storytelling Google Doc by Anna Sigrithur:

The bibliography from Corina MacDonald's February 5, 2020 event on Datafication and Scholarly Publishing:

The slideshow from Ana Brandusescu's presentation on Funding AI in Canada:

Ana Brandusescu's report on Funding AI in Canada:

Chancey Fleet Slideshow on Dark Frictions and Dark Patterns in Accessible Technology:

The slideshow from the Open Access and Open Data event:

Articles/ Media about the series:

Our series founder Dr. Alex Ketchum was interviewed by CKUT radio's Dragonroot Radio Show (episode host: Hannah Besseau)-- it's available now here: on Jan 11, 2020. Here is the direct soundcloud link: 

"Breaking Down Barriers: Alexandra Ketchum, McGill Faculty Lecturer at the Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies chose to bring light to these issues by creating the Feminist and Accessible Publishing, Communications, and Technologies Speaker and Workshop Series" by Alexandrine Royer for McGill Arts Bulletin, December 3, 2019

“Feminism and Technology,” interviewed by Balarama Holness on CJAD800 (Montreal talk radio I Heart Radio Station) December 30, 2019

Podcasting as a Medium for All” by Hannah Murray, January 14, 2020, McGill Tribune.