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Feminist in a Software Lab

Difference + Design

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PAPERBACK

$25.50 • £20.95 • €23.00

ISBN 9780674728943

Publication Date: 02/19/2018

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280 pages

5-1/2 x 8-1/4 inches

120 color illustrations, 7 halftones, 7 line illustrations

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  • A Visual Introduction
  • Preface: Opening Vectors
  • How to Read This Book
  • 1. Designing for Difference
    • Into the Fray
    • Modularity at Midcentury: Thinking Race + UNIX
    • Situating UNIX
    • Modularity in the Social Field + the Database
    • Moving beyond Our Boxes + Mapping Materialisms
    • Window 1. Introducing Vectors
  • 2. Assembling Scholarship: From Vectors to Scalar
    • On Process
    • Window 2. The Look + Feel of Vectors
    • Window 3. Making “Stolen Time”
    • Reimaging Content and Form
    • Window 4. Various Vectors
    • Scaling Vectors
    • Window 5. The Scalar Feature Set and Showcase
  • Outro: Scholarship in the Wild
  • Appendix: Guidelines for Evaluating Digital Scholarship
  • Endnotes
  • Bibliography
  • Acknowledgments
  • Credits

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