INFO 5620 - Race and Technology Course uri icon



  • This course is designed with the understanding that race and racial inequality have been central to how societies and societal systems of power have been shaped and reshaped over time. Students will critically examine how race is created by and through sociotechnical systems. Students will explore how the design, implementation, and use of digital platforms and their data continue to perpetuate and embody white, cisgender, heteronormative systems of power. This course will cover a wide range of foundational and emergent scholarship�giving voice to Scholars of Color�providing students with a foundation through which they can continue to critique and explore sociotechnical and other societal arrangements more broadly. Degree credit not granted for this course and INFO 4620.


  • Semaan, Bryan  
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2023 / Spring 2024