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Episode Nine: Interview with Sahar Raza

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Episode Nine: Interview with Sahar Raza

In this episode, Jill interviews Sahar Raza about her research examining the ways technology is used to support surveillance capitalism and the justice and prison system. Sahar introduces the sociotechnical lens and guides us through how to use it, and what it can reveal about surveillance in the digital age.

Transcripts can be found here:


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Kimberlé Crenshaw “Demarginalizing the intersection of race and sex: A Black feminist critique of antidiscrimination doctrine, feminist theory and antiracist politics.” University of Chicago Legal Forum 1989 (1), 139-167

Microsoft taught a chatbot to be racist.

Canadian Human Rights Commission

Northpointe Crime Algorithm

Band, M., Marin, A., Faber, L., and Suzokovich, E.S., (2013) “Repatriating Indigenous Technologies in an urban Indian community, Urban Education,48(5), 705-733.

Bunz, M., and Meikle, G., (2018) The internet of things, Polity Press.

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