Stuff I've been reading (November 2023)

By Os Keyes

Things I finished reading in November 2023:

Books and dissertations

  • Anderson, James G., and Stephen J. Jay, eds. Use and impact of computers in clinical medicine. Springer Science & Business Media, 2012.
  • Davis, Alexander K. Bathroom battlegrounds: How public restrooms shape the gender order. University of California Press, 2020.
  • Dourish, Paul. The stuff of bits: An essay on the materialities of information. MIT Press, 2022.
  • Lorenzini, Daniele. The Force of Truth: Critique, Genealogy, and Truth-Telling in Michel Foucault. University of Chicago Press, 2023.
  • Nicolazzo, Z., Alden C. Jones, and Sy Simms. Digital me: Trans students exploring future possible selves online. Rutgers University Press, 2022.

Papers and Chapters

  • Cacciatori, Eugenia. “Memory objects in project environments: Storing, retrieving and adapting learning in project-based firms.” Research Policy 37.9 (2008): 1591-1601.
  • Cacciatori, Eugenia. “Resolving conflict in problem‐solving: Systems of artefacts in the development of new routines.” Journal of Management Studies 49.8 (2012): 1559-1585.
  • Calo, Ryan, and Danielle Keats Citron. “The automated administrative state: a crisis of legitimacy.” Emory Law Journal 70 (2020): 797.
  • Clanchy, Nick. “Tackling Hermeneutical Injustices in Gender-Affirming Healthcare”. Hypatia (2024).
  • Creary, Melissa, and Lynette Hammond Gerido. “The Public Performativity of Trust.” Hastings Center Report 53 (2023): S76-S85.
  • Elster, Mikey. “Insidious concern: Trans panic and the limits of care.” Transgender Studies Quarterly 9.3 (2022): 407-424.
  • Fisher, Jill A., and Torin Monahan. “Mutual Emotional Labor as Method: Building Connections of Care in Qualitative Research.” The Qualitative Report 28.11 (2023): 3192-3212.
  • Fleischmann, Kenneth. R. “The Sociotechnical Construction of Distrust during the Covid‐19 Pandemic”. Hastings Center Reports 53, S16–S21 (2023).
  • Hawley, Katherine. “Partiality and prejudice in trusting.” Synthese 191 (2014): 2029-2045.
  • Hawley, Katherine. “Trust, distrust and commitment.” Noûs 48.1 (2014): 1-20.
  • He, Huan. “The Racial Interface: The Computational Origins of Minority Modeling.” Media-N, vol. 18, issue 1 (2022).
  • Hernandez, E. M. “Moral Shock and Trans “Worlds” of Sense.” Journal of the American Philosophical Association (2024).
  • Jacques, Jillian St. “Retrotranslations of post-transsexuality, notions of regret.” Journal of Visual Culture 6.1 (2007): 77-90.
  • Lakomski, Gabriele. “On agency and structure: Pierre Bourdieu and Jean-Claude Passeron’s theory of symbolic violence.” Curriculum inquiry 14.2 (1984): 151-163.
  • Marks, Jonathan H. “Trust in Crises and Crises of Trust”. Hastings Center Reports 53 (2023).
  • Mills, Mara. “Do Signals Have Politics? Inscribing Abilities in Cochlear Implants.” The Oxford Handbook of Sound Studies. Oxford University Press, 2012.
  • Paparova, Dragana, Margunn Aanestad, and Ela Klecun. “Beyond Organizational Boundaries: The Role of Techno-Legal Configurations.” ICIS 2023 (2023).
  • Platt, Jodyn, and Susan Dorr Goold. “Betraying, Earning, or Justifying Trust in Health Organizations.” The Hastings Center Report 53 (2023): S53-S59.
  • Ricaurte, Paola. “Ethics for the majority world: AI and the question of violence at scale.” Media, Culture & Society 44.4 (2022): 726-745.
  • Rouvroy, Antoinette, Thomas Berns, and Liz Carey-Libbrecht. “Algorithmic governmentality and prospects of emancipation.” Réseaux 177.1 (2013): 163-196.
  • Salamon, Gayle. “Justification and queer method, or leaving philosophy.” Hypatia 24.1 (2009): 225-230.
  • Semel, Beth M. “Listening like a computer: Attentional tensions and mechanized care in psychiatric digital phenotyping.” Science, Technology, & Human Values 47.2 (2022): 266-290.
  • Spitzer, Robert L. “Psychiatric diagnosis: are clinicians still necessary?.” Comprehensive psychiatry (1983).
  • Stark, Luke, and Jevan Hutson. “Physiognomic artificial intelligence.” Fordham Intell. Prop. Media & Ent. LJ 32 (2021): 922.
  • Sullivan, Laura Specker. “Climates of Distrust in Medicine.” The Hastings Center Report 53 (2023): S33-S38.