Publications

Papers

Eglash, R. “An Introduction to Generative Justice.” Teknokultura 13(2), 369-404: Dec 2016.

Eglash, R., Robert, L., Bennett, A., Robinson, K., Lachney, M., & Babbitt, W. (2019, August). AI for a Generative Economy: The Role of Intelligent Systems in Sustaining Unalienated Labor, Environment, and Society. AAAI Fall Symposium Series.

Eglash, R., Robert, L., Bennett, A., Robinson, K., Lachney, M., & Babbitt, W. (2019). Automation for the Artisanal Economy: Enhancing the Economic and Environmental Sustainability of Crafting Professions with Human-Machine CollaborationAI & Society, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00146-019-00915-w.

Lachney, Michael, Eglash, Ron, Bennett, Audrey, and Babbitt, William. Generative Computing: African-American Cosmetology as a Link Between Computing Education and Community Wealth. Interactive Learning Environments, 1-21, July 2019

Eglash, R. “Decolonizing Digital Fabrication: Case Studies in Generative Justice.” in Diez, Tomas (ed), Fab Cities, Distributed Design: Barcelona 2018.

Bennett, A. G., Cassim, F., & van der Merwe, M. (2017). How design education can use generative play to innovate for social change: A case study on the design of South African children’s health education toolkits. International Journal of Design, 11(2), 57-72.

Lokko, M. and Eglash, R. Transforming the poor man’s building block: value creation, translation and circulation for upcycled indigenous building materials. FOLIO: Journal of African Architecture, Vol. 1, May 2017 pp 237-249.

Eglash, R. A Generative Perspective on Engineering: Why the Destructive Force of Artifacts Is Immune to Politics. In Subrahmanian, Eswaran, Odumosu, Toluwalogo, Tsao, Jeff (Eds.) Engineering a Better Future: Interplay between Engineering, Social Sciences, and Innovation.  Springer 2017.

Banks, D. “Anti-Authoritarian Metrics: Recursivity as a strategy for post-capitalism“. Teknokultura 13(2), 405-438, Dec 2016

Araujo, E. Consensus Decision-making as a Research Method for Generative Justice: empirical practices from a money-less economy in Chiapas, Mexico. Teknokultura, 13(2): 439-460, Dec 2016

Kuhn, S. Fiber Arts and Generative JusticeTeknokultura, 13(2): 461-489, Dec 2016.

Kellogg, S. Community based bioremediation: grassroots responses to urban soil contamination

Teknokultura, (13)2: 491-510, Dec 2016.

Dotson, T. and Wilcox, J. Generating Community, Generating Justice? The production and circulation of value in community energy initiativesTeknokultura, 13(2): 511-540, Dec 2016.

Dunbar-Hester, C. “Freedom from Jobs” or learning to love to labor? Diversity advocacy and working imaginaries in Open Technology ProjectsTeknokultura 13(2) 541-566: Dec 2016.

Callahan, B., Hathaway, H., Krishnamoorthy, M. Quantitative Metrics for Generative Justice: Graphing the Value of Diversity.
Teknokultura 13(2) 567-586: Dec 2016.

Bennett, A. Ethnocomputational creativity in STEAM education: A cultural framework for generative justice Teknokultura 13(2) 587-612: Dec 2016.

Lyles, D., Lachney, M., Foster, E., Zatz, Z. Generative Contexts: Generating value between community and educational settings. Teknokultura 13(2) 613-637: Dec 2016.

Eglash, R., Babbitt, W., Bennett, A., Bennett, K., Callahan, B., Davis, J., Drazan, J., et al (2016). “Culturally Situated Design Tools: generative justice as a foundation for STEM diversity”. Pp. 132-151 in Y. A. Rankin and J. O. Thomas (Eds.), Moving students of color from consumers to producers of technology. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Eglash, R. Of Marx and Makers: an Historical Perspective on Generative Justice Teknocultura 16–1, pp. 245-269, July 2016.

Cooke, L. Metatuning: A pedagogical framework for a generative STEM education in game design-based learning Integrated STEM education conference (ISEC), March 5 2016 IEEE

Colin Garvey and Ron Eglash, “Satoyama as Generative Justice: Humanity, Hybridity, and Biodiversity in a Horizontal Social Ecology” Pp.58-68 in
Marhöfer, Elke and Lylov, Mikhail. Shape Shifting, Archive Books, 2015.
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Ron Eglash and Ellen Foster, “On the Politics of Generative Justice: African Traditions and Maker Communities.” Presented at “What Do Science, Technology, and Innovation Mean from Africa? MIT, November 13-15, 2014.

Eglash, R and Garvey, C. “Basins of Attraction for Generative Justice” In Santo Banerjee, Sefika Sule Erçetin, and Ali Tekin (eds)Chaos Theory in Politics. Berlin: Springer, 2014.

Eglash, R. “Generative Justice: the revolution will be self-organized“. Tikkun April 25 2014.

Distinguishing Generative Justice and Distributive Justice” (ppt for talk at the EngineeringSocial Justice, and Peace Conference,Troy, New York, 14-‐16 August 2013).

Eglash, Ron, and David A. Banks. 2014. “Recursive Depth in Generative Spaces: Democratization in Three Dimensions of Technosocial Self-Organization.” The Information Society 30 (2): 106–15. doi:10.1080/01972243.2014.875775.

 

Videos

Designing for Generative Justice (UM Stamps School of Design June 2018)

Decolonizing Digital Fabrication (Fab Cities Summit, Paris June 2018)

Alondra Nelson, keynote for Generative Justice conference RPI June 2014

Conferences
Generative Justice, RPI, Troy NY June 27-29
— original call for papers: http://www.3helix.rpi.edu/?page_id=4073
— links to presentations

Doctoral Dissertations
Generative Contexts by Dan Lyles