IDH Victories: 2018-2022
Placing students in the Local, National, and International Conversation on Digital Ethics
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IDH Media Appearances:
Television, Print, and Podcasts
IDH Education Division
IDH Research Division
Student Academic Conferences
Faculty and Affiliate Publications
Faculty and Affiliate Conferences
IDH Civic Engagement Division
PR and Advocacy Clients
Community Education and Coalition Building
Juried Art Installations
Freeman, T., McKain, A., and Hall, S., A Primer on Digital and Data Science Ethics, Neb. Law., Sept/Oct 2022, at 11. [Link]
HEC Paris Insights, Regulating Artificial Intelligence - Is Global Consensus Possible? Based on the talks from the "Transatlantic Dialogue on Humanity and AI Regulation” conference, Forbes, Sep 9, 2022.
“Creighton Prof to Talk Digital Literacy at SXSW EDU” with Thomas Freeman. The Daily Record. 2022
“Rhetorically Predicting a First Amendment Right to Negotiation After Janus.” With Thomas Freeman and Destynie Sewell. William And Mary Business Law Review. 2020.
“The Art of EMF Science: Aesthetics, Ethics, and Post-Digital Health Advocacy.” With Steven Pederson and the Institute for Aesthetic Advocacy. PostHuman: New Media Art 2020. CICA Press, 2020.
“As Technology Evolves, So Does the Practice of Law (and So Must Attorneys). With Thomas Freeman. Nebraska Lawyer Magazine. July/August 2019.
“The Future of Collective Bargaining: Rhetorically Predicting a First Amendment Right to Negotiation.” With Thomas Freeman and Destynie Sewell. 2019 Proceedings of the Midwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business. Forthcoming in 2020.
“What About Cynthia: A Case Study Exploring Corporate Fiduciary Duties and Social Responsibility.” With Thomas Freeman. Business and Professional Ethics Journal. Forthcoming in 2020.
“Free Speech in Post-Digital America.” Editor. With The Institute for Digital Humanity and the Institute for Aesthetic Advocacy. Hennepin County Library. September 2019.
“I Want to Party With You Cowboy: Stephen Colbert and Campaign 2016’s Aesthetic Logic of Truthiness.” With Thomas Lawson. In Julie Webber-Collins, Ed. The Joke is On Us: Political Comedy in (Late) Neoliberal Times. Lexington Press, 2019.
Conference Presentations, Invited Talks, and Competitive Workshops
“What Would Jesus Program?” Rhetoric Society of America. Portland, OR. May 2020.
“Cellular Home Invasion: Public Art As Rhetorical Intervention in Scientific Debates On EMF Health Effects.” With Allison Baker and the Institute for Aesthetic Advocacy. Portland, OR. May 2020.
“Make Them Bake Cake? In the Wake of Masterpiece Cakeshop, Which Religious Activities Are Protected Expression Under the First Amendment and Protected from Discrimination Laws?” With Tom Freeman and Daniel Schneider. Midwest Business Administrative Association/Midwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business Joint Conference. Chicago, IL. March 2020.
“Racist Robots: A Visual Primer on Understanding Algorithmic Bias.” With Tom Freeman
and Dan Schneider. Midwest Business Administrative Association/Midwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business Joint Conference. Chicago, IL. March 2020.
“Rhetoric Versus the Robots II: The Ethics of Algorithmic Unreliability.” International
Society for the Study of Narrative. New Orleans, LA. March 2020.
“The Right to Speak, Bake, or Film…or Not…Which Activities are Protected Expression
Under the First Amendment?” With Thomas Freeman. Huber Hurst Research Seminar in Business Law and Ethics. Gainsville, FL. January 2020.
“Rhetoric Versus the Robots: Mapping the Legal and Ethical Dimensions of Algorithmic
Discrimination.” Consortium for the Study of Religion, Ethics and Society at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business. Bloomington, IN. November 2019.
“Privacy 3.0: Using Narrative Theory to Navigate Legal, Corporate, and Community Debates on Algorithmic Ethics.” With Thomas Freeman. Law and Ethics of Big Data
Conference at Washington and Lee School of Law. Lexington, VA. April 2019.
“Internet Security and Cyberbullying Prevention Workshop.” Little Earth Native
Community. Minneapolis, MN. April 2019.
“Why Isn’t There Social Media Forgiveness?” Interview. Breaking the News. NBC.
KARE-11, Minneapolis: 13 September 2018. Television.
Public Art Advocacy: Juried, Invited, and Grant-Funded
“Medical Unreliability and Sick Girl Theory.” Curated Cross-Cultural Art Exchange. With
Allison Baker, the Institute for Digital Humanity, and the Institute for Aesthetic Advocacy. St. Cloud Zine Fest. St. Cloud, MN. February 2020.
“Post-Digital Free Speech.” Curated Cross-Cultural Art Exchange. With Allison Baker,
the Institute for Digital Humanity, and the Institute for Aesthetic Advocacy. Twin Cities Zine Fest. Minneapolis, MN. September 2019.
“What Is Algorithmic Discrimination?” Video. With the Institute for Digital Humanity. Anti-Defamation League. December 2019.
“Cellular Home Invasion.” Solo Museum Exhibition. Czong Institute for Contemporary
Art. Seoul, South Korea. May 2019.
“China’s Social Credit Score System.” Video. With the Institute for Digital Humanity. April 2019.
“Algorithmic Employer Discrimination.” Video. With the Institute for Digital Humanity. April 2019.
“Sad Girls and Hopeful Women.” Curated Cross-Cultural Art Exchange. With Allison Baker, the Institute for Digital Humanity, and the Institute for Aesthetic Advocacy. Hamline University Open Studios. St. Paul, MN. December 2018.