D’Ignazio, Catherine and Lauren Klein. “Ch. 6 The Numbers Don’t Speak for Themselves.” From Data Feminism.
6. The Numbers Don't Speak for Themselves · Data Feminism
Data feminism asserts that data are not neutral or objective. They are the products of unequal social relations, and this context is essential for conducting accurate, ethical analysis. In April 2014, 276 young women were kidnapped from their high school in the town of Chibok in northern Nigeria.
Onuoha, Mimi. “The Library of Missing Datasets 2.0” Installation.
The Library of Missing Datasets, v 2.0 - MIMI ỌNỤỌHA
Mixed Media Installation The second installment in The Library of Missing Datasets series focuses on blackness. Black folks are both over-collected and under-represented in American datasets, featuring strongly as objects of collection but rarely as subjects with agency over collection, ownership, and power. Version 2.0 of The Library of Missing Datasets speaks to this reality.
“AIDS Quilt Touch Online” Installation
Interactive AIDS Quilt
The National AIDS Memorial, through a partnership with the AIDS Quilt Touch team, presents all 48,000 panels of the AIDS Memorial Quilt in an interactive experience People around the world can experience the beauty of the Quilt and witness the love and stories stitched into each panel.
- Cifor, Marika and Patricia Garcia. “Feminist Data Manifest-No.” https://www.manifestno.com/
- Duarte, Marisa Elena, Morgan Vigil-Hayes, Sandra Littletree, Miranda and Belarde-Lewis. "‘Of course, data can never fully represent reality’: Assessing the Relationship between Indigenous Data and IK, TEK, and TK." In Human Biology, 2020. Open Access Pre-Prints. 163. https://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/humbiol_preprints/163
- Farrell, Molly. Counting Bodies.
- Johnson, Jessica Marie. “Markup Text: Black [Life] Studies and Slavery [Death] Studies at the Digital Crossroads.” In Social Text. Vol. 36, no. 4, 2018, pp. 57 – 79. https://read.dukeupress.edu/social-text/article/36/4%20(137)/57/137032/Markup-BodiesBlack-Life-Studies-and-Slavery-Death
- Wernimont, Jacqueline. Numbered Lives.