The contributors to Captivating Technology examine how carceral technologies such as electronic ankle monitors and predictive-policing algorithms are being deployed to classify and coerce specific populations and whether these innovations can be appropriated and reimagined for more liberatory ends.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Naturalizing coercion: the Tuskegee experiments and the laboratory life of the plantation / Britt Rusert Consumed by disease : medical archives, Latino fictions, and carceral health imaginaries / Christopher Perreira Billions served : prison food regimes, nutritional punishment, and gastronomical resistance / Anthony Ryan Hatch Shadows of war, traces of policing : the weaponization of space and the sensible in preemption / Andrea Miller This is not Minority Report : predictive policing and population racism / R. Joshua Scannell Racialized surveillance in the digital service economy / Winifred R. Poster Digital character in "the scored society" : FICO, social networks, and competing measurements of creditworthiness / Tamara K. Nopper Deception by design : digital skin, racial matter, and the new policing of child sexual exploitation / Mitali Thakor Employing the carceral imaginary : an ethnography of worker surveillance in the retail industry / Madison Van Oort Anti-racist technoscience : a generative tradition / Ron Eglash Techno-vernacular creativity and innovation across the African diaspora and Global South / Nettrice R. Gaskins Making skin visible through liberatory design / Lorna Roth Scratch a theory, you find a biography / a conversation with Troy Duster Reimagining race, resistance, and technoscience / a conversation with Dorothy Roberts.
Digital File Characteristics
Source of Description
Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on June 10, 2019).
Available in Other Form
Print version: Captivating technology. Durham : Duke University Press, 2019