New research publication, Queering Computing and Computing Education

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New research publication, Queering Computing and Computing Education by Dylan Paré, is in press with Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education! Read the full draft here: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/350411899_A_Critical_Review_and_New_Directions_for_Queering_Computing_and_Computing_Education

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“Histories of erasure, exclusion, and violence on queer and trans people, both by carceral technologies and algorithmic bias, and as part of the computing profession, are enacted on individual people and reflected in societal biases that inform and shape public experiences of computing and technologies. Overall, queering computing education and computing education research directs attention towards a multifaceted problem: the historical and ongoing hegemonic, cisheteropatriarchal control over programming; the limitations to representation by code that a computer can recognize; the possibilities to queer code and computer architectures; the technological regulation of identity and bodies; and the limits and affordances of technological representation of gender and sexual identity. A queer, trans, intersectional, justice-oriented approach to computing education attends to the structural, socio-historical context in teaching and learning computer science and coding, including the dominant cultures of the technology workforce and the everyday disciplining interactions with technology that shape who we can become.”

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