This month, I spoke at TEDxASU. Preparing for that took nearly all of the time I would have normally spent reading. Oops! In my main seminar, we were assigned a few books instead of a slew of articles, so it’s a short list.

Below is a list of books and articles I read this month.
Haraway, D. (2006). A cyborg manifesto: Science, technology, and socialist-feminism in the late 20th century. In The international handbook of virtual learning environments (pp. 117–158). Springer.
Haraway, D. J. (2007). When Species Meet (1 edition). Minneapolis: Univ Of Minnesota Press.
Jasanoff, S. (2007). Designs on Nature: Science and Democracy in Europe and the United States (New edition). Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Latour, B. (1993). We Have Never Been Modern. (C. Porter, Trans.). Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press.
Mantello, P. (2016). The machine that ate bad people: The ontopolitics of the precrime assemblage. Big Data & Society, 3(2), 2053951716682538.
Marwick, A. (2012). The Public Domain: Surveillance in Everyday Life. Surveillance & Society, 9(4), 378–393.
Rapoport, M. (Michal). (2012). The Home Under Surveillance: A Tripartite Assemblage. Surveillance & Society, 10(3/4), 320–333.
van der Vlist, F. N. (2017). Counter-Mapping Surveillance: A Critical Cartography of Mass Surveillance Technology After Snowden. Surveillance & Society, 15(1), 137–157.
Winner, L. (2010). The whale and the reactor: A search for limits in an age of high technology. University of Chicago Press.