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 Collaboration. AI & 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 Justice. Teknokultura, 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 initiatives. Teknokultura, 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.
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 Engineering, Social 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.
Generative Contexts by Dan Lyles