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Tenured Faculty in Racial Justice and Technology

University of Michigan

University of Michigan, School of Information

Application Deadline: October 15, 2023

The University of Michigan, School of Information seeks qualified tenure-track faculty candidates (open rank) to broaden existing scholarship within the school and the U-M community in the area of racial justice in computing, technology, and policy, with a particular emphasis on the domains of data and AI.

Areas of research and teaching may include, but are not limited to: critical data studies, critical algorithm studies, algorithmic inequality, science and technology studies, intersectional analysis of digital labor and precarity, racial capitalism and platform studies, the economics of race and racism, social implications of data-driven systems, technology policy, and the ethics and politics of computing.

We especially welcome scholars who engage with the intersections of racial justice, data, digital technology and critical race/ethnic studies, Black studies, intersectional feminisms, decolonization and postcolonial studies, transregional and global studies, disability studies, Indigenous studies, and trans studies.



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