Publications and Presentations

Toward Information Justice: Principles, Policies, and Technologies. New York: Springer, expected 2016 (under contract).

The Ethics of Big Data in Higher Education. International Review of Information Ethics 21 (July 2014).

From Open Data to Information Justice. (Author’s Accepted Version) Ethics and Information Technology 16: 4 (December 2014), 263-274. Online: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10676-014-9351-8.

The Question of Information Justice. Communications of the Association for Computing Machinery, 59: 3 (March 2016).

On the Frontline: What is the Data in Big Data? Discover Society 23 (August 3, 2015).

Information Systems and the Translation of Transgender. (Author’s Accepted Version). Transgender Studies Quarterly 2.1 (February 2015), 160-165. Online: http://dx.doi.org/10.1215/23289252-2848940.

Rendering Students Legible. Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, April 2014 (Part I) [Poster]; Western Political Science Association Meeting, April 2014 (Part II).

Representing Inforgs and Citizens as Inforgs: The Challenges of Representation and Privacy in Data-Driven Decision Processes. Related papers presented at the Eastern Sociological Society Mini-Conference on Digital Sociology, March 2015 and the Western Political Science Association Meeting, April 2015. Preliminary versions of “Representing ‘Inforgs’ in Data-Driven Decisions,” in Karen Gregory, Jessie Daniels, and Tressie MacMillan Cottom (eds.), Digital Sociologies (Bristol, UK: Policy Press, in press).

How data does political things: The processes of encoding and decoding data are never neutral. LSE Impact Blog, October 10, 2015.

The Value—and Limits—of Distributive Justice in Information Privacy. Western Political Science Association Meeting, March 2016; Eastern Sociological Society Mini-Conference on Digital Sociology, March 2016.