C4EJournal: Perspectives on Ethics [C4EJ]

Allison Weir, Indigenous Feminisms and Relational Rights [2022 C4eJ 1]

Janelle Joseph, Race, Ethics, and Intersectional Social Justice in Kinesiology [2022 C4eJ 2]

Ori Freiman, The Ethics of Central Bank Digital Currency [2022 C4eJ 3]

Tavia Nyong’o, Black Humanitarianism and the Human Rights Archive [2022 C4eJ 4]

Kimberley Brownlee, Disobedience: The Rarest and Most Courageous of the Virtues? [2022 C4eJ 5]

Kimberley Brownlee, Disobedience: The Rarest and Most Courageous of the Virtues? [2022 C4eJ 5]

Kristen Thomasen, Suzie Dunn, & Kate Robertson, Algorithmic Policing Policies through a Human Rights and Substantive Equality Lens: The Case of the TPSB AI Policy Brownlee, Disobedience: The Rarest and Most Courageous of the Virtues? [2022 C4eJ 6]

Mark V. Campbell and Huda Hassan, Hip-Hop Futurities [2022 C4eJ 7]

Kelly Hannah-Moffat, Algorithmic Adaptability and Ethics Washing: Appropriating the Critique [2022 C4eJ 8]

Wendy Wong, Data You and the Challenge for Data Rights [2022 C4eJ 9]

Romy Opperman, Sylvia Wynter’s Caribbean Critique [2022 C4eJ 10]

Chandni Desai, Disrupting Settler Colonial Economies Across Geographies [2022 C4eJ 11]

Clayton Chin, Recognition as Acknowledgement: Symbolic Politics in Multicultural Democracies [2022 C4eJ 12]

Myisha Cherry, On James Baldwin and Black Rage [2022 C4eJ 13]

Dafna Dror-Shpoliansky & Yuval Shany, It’s the End of the (Offline) World as We Know It: From Human Rights to Digital Human Rights – A Proposed Typology [2022 C4eJ 14]

Jonathan Hamilton-Diabo, Fill the Earth and Subdue: Exploring Domination, Responsibilities and Relationships through Land Acknowledgements [2022 C4eJ 15]

Mishall Ahmed, Difference Centric yet Difference Transcended [2022 C4eJ 16]

Erin Pineda, An Entire World in Motion: Civil Disobedience as Decolonizing Praxis [2022 C4eJ 17]

Tom Yeh & Benjamin Walsh, Is AI Creepy or Cool? Teaching Teens About AI and Ethics [2022 C4eJ 18]

Julian Posada, The Coloniality Of Data Work For Machine Learning [2022 C4eJ 19]

Sharon Ferguson, Increasing Diversity in Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence [2022 C4eJ 20]

Candice Delmas, The Right to Hunger Strike [2022 C4eJ 21]

Don Deere, Édouard Glissant’s Sense of Space [2022 C4eJ 22]

Rinaldo Walcott, Warren Crichlow, Sarah S. Smith, W. Chris Johnson, The Long Emancipation: Readings, Reflections & Provocations [2022 C4eJ 23]

Meena Krishnamurthy, Martin Luther King on Fear and Fearlessness [2022 C4eJ 24]

Kamilah Ebrahim & Erina Moon, Building Algorithms that Work for Everyone [2022 C4eJ 25]

Gail Super, Porous Penality and the Myth of Liberal Punishment: Lessons from South Africa [2022 C4eJ 26]

Nathan Olmstead, We are All Ghosts: Sidewalk Toronto, Urban Data, and the Transtemporal Intersubjectivity of Digital Rights [2022 C4eJ 27]

Samantha Noël, Tropical Aesthetics of Black Modernism [2022 C4eJ 28]

Catherine Bolten, Shahrzad Sabet, & Rachel Cicoria, The Ethics of Humanism: Human Rights, Cosmopolitanism, and Resistance [2022 C4eJ 29]

Michael Randall Barnes, Whose Tweets? Our Tweets!: The Challenges of Online Protest [2022 C4eJ 30]

Conference: Afrofuturism and the Law [2022 C4eJ 31]

Conference: The Right to Have Rights Today [2022 C4eJ 32]

Conference: Trust and the Ethics of AI [2022 C4eJ 33]

Conference: Anatomies of Grief: Conversations on an Ethics of Living [2022 C4eJ 34]

C4E Undergraduate Research Conference 2022: Ethics, Healing & Reconciliation [2022 C4eJ 35]

Benjamin P. Davis, Territory, Humanity, Opacity: Notes on Hannah Arendt’s Right to Have Rights (Conference: The Right to Have Rights Today) [2022 C4eJ 36]

Katie Howard, On the Right to Abortion and “the Right to Have Rights” (Conference: The Right to Have Rights Today) [2022 C4eJ 37]

Yasemin Sari, The Right to Have Rights: Humanity and Substantive Belonging (Conference: The Right to Have Rights Today) [2022 C4eJ 38]

Angelica Pesarini, “We Can’t Welcome Them All” The Grammar of Race in Italian Political Discourse [2022 C4EJ 39]

Jared Riggs, Being Practical about the Moral Status of AI [2022 C4EJ 40]

Atif Khan, Narrating Hauntings Everywhere: Towards the Edges of Territorial Pakistan [2022 C4EJ 41]

Enna Kim, Yestermorrow: Speculative Tales of a Possible Repair Future [2022 C4EJ 42]