For the spring 2017 semester I will be offering a new graduate seminar that explores the intersection of technology and gender. In part this will develop my long-term interest in the history of women in computing, but will also include the emerging literature on masculinity and computing and queer computing.

The syllabus for the course can be found here, but I have also made public a Github repository that includes an extensive bibliography. Feel free to clone or fork. I would like this to be maintained and extended to serve as a useful resource for other scholars and students working in this field.

In addition, you might find useful this list of women and gender non-conforming people writing about technology.