C4eJournal: Perspectives on Ethics [C4eJ]

Robert Soden, Responsible AI in Disaster Risk Management: A Community of Practice Perspective [2021 C4eJ 1]

Benjamin Davis, Does the Left have an Ethics? Notes on Stuart Hall’s “Culture, Resistance, and Struggle” [2021 C4eJ 2]

Zifeng Liu, Claudia Jones and China [2021 C4eJ 3]

Joy James, Captive Maternal Love and War Stories [2021 C4eJ 4]

Ishtiaque Ahmed, Whose Intelligence? Whose Ethics?: Ethical Pluralism and Postcolonial Computing [2021 C4eJ 5]

Juliette Ferry-Danini, What Is the Problem with the Opacity of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine? [2021 C4eJ 6]

Kamilah Ebrahim, The Limits of Anti-Trust Regulation: Reorienting Towards Considerations of Epistemic Power [2021 C4eJ 7]

Nisrine Rahal, A Real Battlefield for Emancipation: The Hamburg Kindergarten Movement 1849-1852 [2021 C4eJ 8]

Book Forum on Smart Cities in Canada: Digital Dreams, Corporate Designs (Valverde & Flynn eds., 2020) [2021 C4eJ 9] (feat. Mariana Valverde & Alexandra Flynn (editors); Beth Coleman, Renee Sieber, & David Murakami Wood (commentators); Jamie Duncan (moderator))

Yolonda Wilson, Death, Pandemic, and Intersectionality [2021 C4eJ 10]

Ola Mohammed, The Black Nowhere: The Social and Cultural Politics of Listening to Black Canada[s] [2021 C4eJ 11]

Devin Guillory, Combatting Anti-Blackness in the AI Community [2021 C4eJ 12]

Miriam Hird-Younger, The Productivity of Mistrust: The Ethics of Development Partnerships in Ghana [2021 C4eJ 13]

Anjo-Marí Gouws, Failure and Form in Anne Charlotte Robertson’s Confessionals [2021 C4eJ 14]

Dorothy Kim, Race, Gender, and Sexuality: Premodern Critical Intersectionality [2021 C4eJ 15]

Kris Sealey, Creolizing the Nation: Nationalism and Caribbean Philosophy [2021 C4eJ 16]

Senthuran Varatharajah, Where Are You From? The Ethical Dilemma of Writing Dis/placed [2021 C4eJ 17]

Elettra Bietti, From Ethics Washing to Ethics Bashing: Viewing Tech Ethics from Within Moral Philosophy [2021 C4eJ 18]

Suzanne Kite and Scott Benesiinaabandan, Indigenous Protocols and Artificial Intelligence [2021 C4eJ 19]

Gayathri Naganathan, Shadeism, Sexual Health, and Diasporic Women’s Experiences [2021 C4eJ 20]

Clare Hemmings, Unnatural Feelings: The Affective Life of ‘Anti-Gender’ Mobilisations [2021 C4eJ 21]

Jodi Byrd, What Remains: Colonial Racial Capitalism, Videogames, and an Empire in Play [2021 C4eJ 22]

Ricky Varghese & Benjamin Weil, Privilege, Race & Imagined Immunities in the Time of COVID [2021 C4eJ 23]

Jonathan Kwan, Transitional Legitimacy: A Framework for Theorizing Structural Racism [2021 C4eJ 24]

Miguel Gualdrón Ramírez, Édouard Glissant’s Ethics [2021 C4eJ 25]

Grace Lavery, Pleasure and Efficacy: Techniques of Trans Feminist Criticism [2021 C4eJ 26]

Michael Dawson, Why Race and Capitalism Not Racial Capitalism? [2021 C4eJ 27]

Ben Green, Algorithmic Governance: The Promises and Perils of Government Algorithms [2021 C4eJ 28]

Ara Osterweil, The Aesthetics of Care [2021 C4eJ 29]

Julian Posada, Disembeddedness in Data Annotation for Machine Learning [2021 C4eJ 30]

Conference: Transparency in the Digital Environment [2021 C4eJ 31]

Unbound Questions and Ethical Interventions Conference [2021 C4eJ 32]

Jeffrey Ma, Rearranging Arranged Marriage in Modern India (Ethics, Intersections, Reflections Symposium) [2021 C4eJ 33]

Bailey Irene Midori Hoy, My Family’s Haunted Left Stairway (Ethics, Intersections, Reflections Symposium) [2021 C4eJ 34]

Tsitsi Macherera, Surveillance in Higher Education and How Campuses Can Resist (Ethics, Intersections, Reflections Symposium) [2021 C4eJ 35]

Maliha Sarwar, Contextualizing Covid-19 Vaccine Hesitancy Among Black Americans (Ethics, Intersections, Reflections Symposium) [2021 C4eJ 36]

Ana Brinkerhoff, Solutions to the Deficiency of Intersectional Female Representation (Ethics, Intersections, Reflections Symposium) [2021 C4eJ 37]

Alex Heyman, Informational Utilitarianism (Ethics, Intersections, Reflections Symposium) [2021 C4eJ 38]

Ariel LaFayette, An Existentialist Challenge to Karl Marx’s Vision of Jewish Emancipation (Ethics, Intersections, Reflections Symposium) [2021 C4eJ 39]

Abdi Aidid, Legal Prediction and Calcification Risk [2021 C4eJ 40]

Nikolas Kompridis, Ousmane Sembène’s Moolaadé: “Sacred Space” as Political Sanctuary and Political Agency [2021 C4eJ 41]

Michael Sooriyakumaran, Inventing the Asian Community: The Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival as Discourse and Collective Performance [2021 C4eJ 42]

Benjamin P. Davis, Hannah Arendt’s Right to Have Rights in the American Context [2021 C4eJ 43]

Avery Slater, The Golem and the Game of Automation [2021 C4eJ 44]

Mathew Iantorno, Automating Care, Manufacturing Crisis [2021 C4eJ 45]

Henry Krahn, Between Persuasion and Coercion: Protest as Holding Accountable [2021 C4eJ 46]

Manvinder Kaur Gill, Germs of Rot: Colonialism, Culture, and Immigrant Mental Health Discourse [2021 C4eJ 47]

Kiel Brennan-Marquez, The (Non)Automatability Of Equity [2021 C4eJ 48]

Frank Pasquale & Gianclaudio Malgieri, The New Turn on AI Accountability from the EU Regulation and Beyond [2021 C4eJ 49]

Shozab Raza, The Sufi and the Sickle: Mystical Marxism in Rural Pakistan [2021 C4eJ 50] [2021 C4eJ 50]

Tsang, Kirubainathan, Igros, Senkiw, The Rising Problem of Homelessness in Later Life: Exploring Health and Social Service Provision in Toronto [2021 C4eJ 51]