Stuff I've been reading (May 2023)

By Os Keyes

Things I finished reading in May 2023:

Books and dissertations

  • Bridges, Khiara M. The poverty of privacy rights. Stanford University Press, 2017.
  • Chapin, Christy Ford. Ensuring America’s Health: The Public Creation of the Corporate Health Care System. Cambridge University Press, 2015.
  • Feder, Judith and Holohan, John. Financing Health Care for the Elderly: Medicare, Medicaid and Private Health Insurance. Urban Institute, 1979.
  • Hinchman, Lewis P., and Sandra Hinchman, eds. Memory, identity, community: The idea of narrative in the human sciences. SUNY Press, 199
  • Nelson, Hyeyoung Oh. Conflicted Care: Doctors Navigating Patient Welfare, Finances, and Legal Risk. Stanford University Press, 2022.
  • de Vries, Hent, and Nils F. Schott, eds. Love and forgiveness for a more just world. Columbia University Press, 2015.

Papers and Chapters

  • Blacker, Sarah. “Strategic translation: pollution, data, and Indigenous Traditional Knowledge.” Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 27.S1 (2021): 142-158.
  • Duarte, Marisa Elena, and Miranda Belarde-Lewis. “Imagining: Creating spaces for indigenous ontologies.” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 53.5-6 (2015): 677-702.
  • Flores, Judith, and Silvia Garcia. “Latina testimonios: A reflexive, critical analysis of a ‘Latina space’at a predominantly White campus.” Race Ethnicity and Education 12.2 (2009): 155-172.
  • Huber, Lindsay Pérez, and Bert María Cueva. “Chicana/Latina testimonios on effects and responses to microaggressions.” Equity & Excellence in Education 45.3 (2012): 392-410.
  • Iglehart, John K. “Where Money and Medicine Meet: A Conversation With HCFA Administrator Carolyne K. Davis.” Health Affairs 4.2 (1985): 72-81.
  • Miner, Joshua D. “Informatic tactics: Indigenous activism and digital cartographies of gender-based violence.” Information, Communication & Society 25.3 (2022): 431-448.
  • Prieto, Linda, and Sofia A. Villenas. “Pedagogies from Nepantla: Testimonio, Chicana/Latina feminisms and teacher education classrooms.” Equity & Excellence in Education 45.3 (2012): 411-429.
  • Puente, Mayra, and Verónica N. Vélez. “Platicando y Mapeando: a Chicana/Latina feminist GIS methodology in educational research.” International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education (2023): 1-16.
  • Sosa-Provencio, Mia Angélica, et al. “Reclaiming ourselves through testimonio pedagogy: Reflections on a curriculum design lab in teacher education.” Race Ethnicity and Education 22.2 (2019): 211-230.
  • Walter, Maggie, et al. “Indigenous data sovereignty in the era of big data and open data.” Australian Journal of Social Issues 56.2 (2021): 143-156.
  • Williams, Rua Mae, Louanne Boyd, and Juan E. Gilbert. “Counterventions: a reparative reflection on interventionist HCI.” Proceedings of the 2023 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. 2023.