Handouts and media

Current Materials

Recently Archived (available on request):

  • Canadian Philosophical Association (June 4, 2018): “Building Epistemic Justice: Disability, Epistemic Exclusion, and the Material Built Environment”
  • Canadian Philosophical Association (June 5, 2018): comments on Michael Montess’s “Challenging the Anthropocentrism in the Ethics of Climate Change”
  • Canadian Bioethics Society (May 24, 2018): “Healthism and Exclusion in Population-level Health Nudging Practices”
  • Theorizing the Web (April 27, 2018): “What You See Is What You Gender: Pinkwashing in Digital Architectures”
    • Presentation has been recorded and archived for viewing. Talk begins at the 13:35 marker and ends at 25:55. Click here to access. No transcript is provided in the archived copy though there are auto-generated captions, but I can make presentation materials available on request.

LOOKING FOR SOMETHING? Publications on this page are made available for accessibility. I tend to archive materials rather quickly to save hosting space, and especially when the uploaded content is no longer representative of the current iteration of a given project. If you are looking for an old handout or materials from an event or presentation, please do feel free to email me and request a copy.

CITING and LICENSING: All academic conference materials (including handouts, presentation slides, recordings, or transcripts) currently on this page represent works in progress. You may cite them per typical lecture/conference citing conventions. You may also contact me for prepared drafts of the presented paper for quotation etc purposes, or to see if previous materials have since been published.

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I believe that (i) pedagogical work should be collaborative and shared, that (ii) pedagogical work is scholarly work that is discredited and undervalued by current conceptualizations of what counts as “scholarly”, that (iii) pedagogical work is disproportionately produced by people who are in precarious academic positions and/or are members of marginalized and oppressed identity groups, and that (iv) we should be working to build a culture of citation, sharing, and support around pedagogical work. I believe this Creative Commons license helps work toward some of those goals, and that is why I license my materials under it. If you have any questions or suggestions for better practices, please feel free to contact me.