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:# <span style="color:#FF8C00">'''Chapter'''</span> Eglash, R. "Nanotechnology and Traditional Knowledge Systems," pp. 45-68, in Donnie Maclurcan and Natalia Radywyl (ed), ''Nanotechnology and Global Sustainability'', CRC Press, 2011.  
 
:# <span style="color:#FF8C00">'''Chapter'''</span> Eglash, R. "Nanotechnology and Traditional Knowledge Systems," pp. 45-68, in Donnie Maclurcan and Natalia Radywyl (ed), ''Nanotechnology and Global Sustainability'', CRC Press, 2011.  
 
:# Eglash, R. "Broken Metaphor: The Master-Slave Analogy in Technical Literature," ''Technology and Culture'', '''48''', 2, pp. 360-369, 2007.
 
:# Eglash, R. "Broken Metaphor: The Master-Slave Analogy in Technical Literature," ''Technology and Culture'', '''48''', 2, pp. 360-369, 2007.
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:# Eglash, R. "Race, Sex, and Nerds: From Black Geek to Asian American Hipsters," ''Social Text'', '''20''', 2, pp. 49-64, 2002.
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:# Eglash, R., and Bleecker, J. "The Race for Cyberspace: Information Technology in the Black Diaspora," ''Science as Culture'', '''10''', 3, pp. 353-374, 2010.
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===Appropriating Technology: Vernacular Science and Social Power===
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:# <span style="color:#DC143C">'''Book'''</span> Eglash, R., Crossiant, J., Di Chiro, G., and Fouché, R. ''Appropriating Technology: Vernacular Science and Social Power'', University of Minnesota Press, 2004.
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===Social Studies of Cybernetics===
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:# Eglash, R. "Multiple objectivity: an anti-relativist approach to situated knowledge," ''Kybernetes'', '''40''', 7/8, pp. 995–1003, 2011.
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:# <span style="color:#FF8C00">'''Chapter'''</span> Eglash, R. "Computing Power: When Terabyte Makes Right: The Changing Role of Computing Power in the Social Authority of Simulations," pp. 55-64, in Fuller, M., ''Software Studies: A Lexicon'', MIT Press, 2008.
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:# Eglash, R. "Cybernetics and American Youth Subculture," ''Cultural Studies,'' '''12''', pp. 382-409, 1998.
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:# <span style="color:#FF8C00">'''Chapter'''</span> Eglash, R. "From Hip-Hop to Flip-Flop," in Miller, P., ''Sound Unbound: Sampling Digital Music and Culture,'' New York: Routledge, 2008.
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:# <span style="color:#FF8C00">'''Chapter'''</span> Eglash, R. "Interview with Patricia Cowing," in ''The Cyborg Handbook'', Chris Gray (ed), New York: Routledge, 1995
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===Social Studies of Science===
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:# Eglash, R. "Review of David Turnbull's ''Masons, Tricksters, and Cartographers: Comparative Studies in the Sociology of Scientific and Indigenous Knowledge'', ''Science as Culture'', pp. 129-134, '''12''', 1, 2003.
  
===Other===
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===Other (internal papers, talks, and presentations)===
 
====Native American Cybernetics: Indigenous Knowledge Resources in Information Technology====
 
====Native American Cybernetics: Indigenous Knowledge Resources in Information Technology====
 
:# Eglash, R. "SimShoBan: Computer simulation of indigenous knowledge at the Shoshone-Bannock School," AAA Education Award Paper, 2001
 
:# Eglash, R. "SimShoBan: Computer simulation of indigenous knowledge at the Shoshone-Bannock School," AAA Education Award Paper, 2001
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:# Eglash, R. "DJ Mathematics Part 1: Scratch History," presented at ''Family Tech Day'', 2005.
 
:# Eglash, R. "DJ Mathematics Part 1: Scratch History," presented at ''Family Tech Day'', 2005.
 
:# Eglash, R. "Why not end racism?," lecture at Lambda Upsilon Lambda and Alpha Phi Alpha, spring 2001.
 
:# Eglash, R. "Why not end racism?," lecture at Lambda Upsilon Lambda and Alpha Phi Alpha, spring 2001.
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:# Eglash, R. "Africanisms in American Mathematical and Information Sciences," presented at Howard University's AFRICON electronic conference, Jan 1995.
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:# Eglash, R. "Ethnomathematics and Ethnocomputing," presented at ICEm-4.
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====Appropriating Technology: Vernacular Science and Social Power====
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:# Eglash, R. "When Self-organization Meets Appropriation: Collective Technological Flexibility and Social Power," presented at 4S, 2011.
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====Social Studies of Cybernetics====
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:# Eglash, R. "When Self-organization Meets Appropriation: Collective Technological Flexibility and Social Power," talk at SSSS, Cleveland OH, 2011.
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:# Eglash, R. "Cultural Cybernetics: the Mutual Construction of People and Machines," presented at Society for Social Studies of Science, Vienna, 2000.
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:# Eglash, R. "Conference Report: Embracing Complexity," MIT August 2-4 1998." Technoscience 11-3 Fall 1998.
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====Social Studies of Science====
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:# Eglash, R. "Visualizing Translation; Visualization as Translation: Recursion and Visual Analysis in STS,"  presented at the Society for Social Studies of Science, Paris, 2004.

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Contents

African Fractals

  1. Eglash, R. and Broadwell, "P. Fractal geometry in traditional African architecture," Dynamics Newsletter, 1989.
  2. Chapter Eglash, R. "African influences in cybernetics," in The Cyborg Handbook, Chris Gray (ed), New York: Routledge, 1995.
  3. Eglash, R. "Scaling hexagons in a Bassari initiation mask," Mathematics Teacher, pp. 618-620, 1995.
  4. Eglash, R. "Fractal Geometry in African Material Culture," Symmetry: Culture and Science, 6, 1, pp. 174-177, 1995.
  5. Eglash, R., Diatta, C., Badiane, N. "Fractal structure in jola material culture," Ekistics pp. 367-371, 61, 368/369, 1994.
  6. Eglash, R. "The African heritage of Benjamin Banneker," Social Studies of Science, 27, 2, pp. 307-315, 1997.
  7. Eglash, R. "When math worlds collide: intention and invention in ethnomathematics," Science, Technology and Human Values, 22, 1, pp. 79-97, 1997.
  8. Eglash, R. "Bamana sand divination: recursion in ethnomathematics," American Anthropologist, 99, 1, pp. 112-122, 1997.
  9. Eglash, R. "Geometric algorithms in Mangbetu design," Mathematics Teacher, pp. 376-381, 91, 5, 1998.
  10. Eglash, R. "Fractals in African Settlement Architecture," Complexity, 4, 2, 1998.
  11. Book Eglash, R. African Fractals: modern computing and indigenous design. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1999.

Native American Cybernetics: Indigenous Knowledge Resources in Information Technology

  1. Chapter Eglash, R. "Computation, Complexity and Coding in Native American Knowledge Systems," in Judith Hankes and Gerald Fast (ed), Changing the Faces of Mathematics: Perspectives on Indigenous People of North America. Reston, Virginia: NCTM, 2002.

Culturally Situated Design Tools

  1. Eglash, R., Bennett, A., O'Donnell, C., Jennings, S., and Cintorino, M. "Culturally Situated Design Tools: Ethnocomputing from Field Site to Classroom," American Anthropologist, 108, 2, pp. 347–362, 2006.
  2. Chapter Eglash, R. "Ethnocomputing with Native American Design," in L. E. Dyson, S. Grant, & M. Hendriks (eds.), Information Technology and Indigenous People, pp. 210–219, IGI-Global 2007.
  3. Eglash, R and Bennett, A. "Teaching with Hidden Capital: Agency in Children's Computational Explorations of Cornrow Hairstyles," Children, Youth and Environments, pp. 58-74, 19, 1, 2009.
  4. Eglash, R., Krishnamoorthy, M., Sanchez, J., and Woodbridge, A. "Fractal simulations of African design in pre-college computing education," ACM Transactions on Computing Education, 11, 3, 17 October 2011.
  5. Bill Babbitt, Dan Lyles, and Ron Eglash. "From Ethnomathematics to Ethnocomputing: indigenous algorithms in traditional context and contemporary simulation," (submitted).

Community Informatics

  1. Eglash, R. "A Two-Way Bridge Across the Digital Divide," The Chronicle of Higher Education, June 21 2002.

Communication Studies

  1. Eglash, R. "The cybernetics of cetacea," Investigations on Cetacea, 16, 1984.
  2. Eglash, R. "Inferring representation type from spectral estimates of fractal dimension in communication waveforms," Journal of Social and Evolutionary Structures, 16, 4, 1993.

Race/Ethnicity Studies in Science and Technology

  1. Eglash, R. "Ethics, Epistemology, and Ethnomathematics," NASGEm Newsletter, 2, 2, 2008.
  2. Eglash, R. "Oppositional Technophilia," Social Epistemology, 23, 1, pp. 79-86, 2009.
  3. Chapter Odumosu, T and Eglash, R. "Oprah, 419 and DNA: Warning! Identity under Construction," in Pedro J. Oiarzabal and Andoni Alonso (ed) Diasporas in the New Media Age: Identity, Politics and Community. University of Nevada Press, 2010.
  4. Chapter Eglash, R. "Nanotechnology and Traditional Knowledge Systems," pp. 45-68, in Donnie Maclurcan and Natalia Radywyl (ed), Nanotechnology and Global Sustainability, CRC Press, 2011.
  5. Eglash, R. "Broken Metaphor: The Master-Slave Analogy in Technical Literature," Technology and Culture, 48, 2, pp. 360-369, 2007.
  6. Eglash, R. "Race, Sex, and Nerds: From Black Geek to Asian American Hipsters," Social Text, 20, 2, pp. 49-64, 2002.
  7. Eglash, R., and Bleecker, J. "The Race for Cyberspace: Information Technology in the Black Diaspora," Science as Culture, 10, 3, pp. 353-374, 2010.

Appropriating Technology: Vernacular Science and Social Power

  1. Book Eglash, R., Crossiant, J., Di Chiro, G., and Fouché, R. Appropriating Technology: Vernacular Science and Social Power, University of Minnesota Press, 2004.

Social Studies of Cybernetics

  1. Eglash, R. "Multiple objectivity: an anti-relativist approach to situated knowledge," Kybernetes, 40, 7/8, pp. 995–1003, 2011.
  2. Chapter Eglash, R. "Computing Power: When Terabyte Makes Right: The Changing Role of Computing Power in the Social Authority of Simulations," pp. 55-64, in Fuller, M., Software Studies: A Lexicon, MIT Press, 2008.
  3. Eglash, R. "Cybernetics and American Youth Subculture," Cultural Studies, 12, pp. 382-409, 1998.
  4. Chapter Eglash, R. "From Hip-Hop to Flip-Flop," in Miller, P., Sound Unbound: Sampling Digital Music and Culture, New York: Routledge, 2008.
  5. Chapter Eglash, R. "Interview with Patricia Cowing," in The Cyborg Handbook, Chris Gray (ed), New York: Routledge, 1995

Social Studies of Science

  1. Eglash, R. "Review of David Turnbull's Masons, Tricksters, and Cartographers: Comparative Studies in the Sociology of Scientific and Indigenous Knowledge, Science as Culture, pp. 129-134, 12, 1, 2003.

Other (internal papers, talks, and presentations)

Native American Cybernetics: Indigenous Knowledge Resources in Information Technology

  1. Eglash, R. "SimShoBan: Computer simulation of indigenous knowledge at the Shoshone-Bannock School," AAA Education Award Paper, 2001

Race/Ethnicity Studies in Science and Technology

  1. Eglash, R. "An Ethnomathematics Comparison of African and Native American Divination," paper delivered at Realities Realities Re-viewed/Revealed: Divination in Sub-Saharan Africa, National Museum of Ethnology, Leiden. July 4-5.
  2. Eglash, R. "DJ Mathematics Part 1: Scratch History," presented at Family Tech Day, 2005.
  3. Eglash, R. "Why not end racism?," lecture at Lambda Upsilon Lambda and Alpha Phi Alpha, spring 2001.
  4. Eglash, R. "Africanisms in American Mathematical and Information Sciences," presented at Howard University's AFRICON electronic conference, Jan 1995.
  5. Eglash, R. "Ethnomathematics and Ethnocomputing," presented at ICEm-4.

Appropriating Technology: Vernacular Science and Social Power

  1. Eglash, R. "When Self-organization Meets Appropriation: Collective Technological Flexibility and Social Power," presented at 4S, 2011.

Social Studies of Cybernetics

  1. Eglash, R. "When Self-organization Meets Appropriation: Collective Technological Flexibility and Social Power," talk at SSSS, Cleveland OH, 2011.
  2. Eglash, R. "Cultural Cybernetics: the Mutual Construction of People and Machines," presented at Society for Social Studies of Science, Vienna, 2000.
  3. Eglash, R. "Conference Report: Embracing Complexity," MIT August 2-4 1998." Technoscience 11-3 Fall 1998.

Social Studies of Science

  1. Eglash, R. "Visualizing Translation; Visualization as Translation: Recursion and Visual Analysis in STS," presented at the Society for Social Studies of Science, Paris, 2004.
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