This paper takes the sonification (the translation into sound) of data from sterilization recommendations made under eugenic laws in the United States as a case study in navigating the terrain between a commitment to caring for and with impacted communities and the potential affordances and perils of using sensitive collections as data. The author discusses ways that feminist care ethics and collections as data research intersect in a digital humanities project.
"Listening, Care, and Collections as Data,"
Journal of Critical Digital Librarianship: Vol. 1
, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.lsu.edu/jcdl/vol1/iss1/4