“For those coming to data justice, ethics, and fairness, from statistics, data science, or computational sciences generally, this book will feel ground-breaking as it radically reimagines these concepts. For those with a background of, for example, Black feminist studies, the background work that the book leans on is not novel. Nonetheless, synthesising theories and ideas from various disciplines is challenging – interdisciplinary work is an uphill climb – and Data Feminism manages this eloquently.”
Abeba Birhane, a PhD Candidate at the University College Dublin & Lero, has reviewed our book for The British Psychological Society! Thanks Abeba!