Eglash, R. and Bennett, A. (2022). Antiracism for Freethinkers: Cultivating a Mindset for Curiosity and Scientific Inquiry in the Context of Racial Equity and Social Justice. TechTrends66(6). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11528-022-00815-9A
Eglash, R., Bennett, A., Cooke, L., Babbitt, W., & Lachney, M. (2021). Counter-hegemonic computing: Toward computer science education for value generation and emancipation. ACM Transactions on Computing Education (TOCE), 21(4), 1-30.
Michael Lachney, Ron Eglash, Audrey Bennett, William Babbitt, Lakisha Foy, Matt Drazin & Kathryn M. Rich (2021): pH empowered: community participation in culturally responsive computing education, Learning, Media and Technology, DOI: 10.1080/17439884.2021.1891421
Eglash, R., Bennett, A., Lachney, M., & Babbitt, W. (2020, April). Race-positive design: A generative approach to decolonizing computing. In Human factors in computing systems.
Eglash, R., Bennett, A., Babbitt, W., Lachney, M., Reinhardt, M., & Hammond‐Sowah, D. (2020). Decolonizing posthumanism: Indigenous material agency in generative STEM. British Journal of Educational Technology, 51(4), 1334-1353.
Eglash, R., Lachney, M., Babbitt, W. et al. Decolonizing education with Anishinaabe arcs: generative STEM as a path to indigenous futurity. Education Tech Research Dev (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11423-019-09728-6
Lachney, M., Babbitt, W., Bennett, A., & Eglash, R. “A Voice to Talk About it”: Cosmetologists as STEM Experts in Educational Technology Design and Implementation. European Journal of Open, Distance and E-Learning, Vol. 22 No. 2. (2019), pp. 41–55. https://doi.org/10.2478/eurodl-2019-0009
Lachney, M., Babbitt, W., Bennett, A., & Eglash R. "Generative computing: African-American cosmetology as a link between computing education and community wealth. Interactive Learning Environments (2019). https://doi.org/10.1080/10494820.2019.1636087
Davis, J., Lachney, M., Zatz, Z., Babbitt, W., & Eglash, R. A Cultural Computing Curriculum. In Proceedings of the 50th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science. Symposium conducted at the meeting of ACM (2019). https://doi.org/10.1145/3287324.3287439
Drazan, Loyla, Horne, Eglash. "From Sports to Science: Using Basketball Analytics to Broaden the Appeal of Math and Science Among Youth." Conference: MIT-Sloan Sports Analytics Conference, March 2017.
Eglash, R., Babbitt, W., Bennett, A., Bennett, K., Callahan, B., Davis, J., et al. “Culturally Situated Design Tools: Generative Justice as a Foundation for STEM Diversity.” In Yolanda Rankin, Y. and Thomas, J. Moving Students of Color from Consumers to Producers of Technology. Hershey, Pennsylvania: IGC Global, December 2016.
Lachney, M. "Culturally Responsive Computing as Brokerage: Toward Asset Building With Education-Based Social Movements." Learning Media and Technology, August 2016
Lachney, M., Appiah, J., Bennett, A., Eglash, R. "Modeling in Ethnocomputing: Replacing Bi-Directional Flows With Recursive Emergence." International Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 6(1):219-243, May 2016.
Lachney, Babbitt, and Eglash: "Software Design in the Construction Genre of Learning Technology: Alternatives to the Content Agnostic Approach." Computational Culture, Issue Five, January 2016.
Babbitt, Lachney, Bulley, and Eglash: "Adinkra Mathematics: A Study of Ethnocomputing in Ghana." REMIE - Multidisciplinary Journal of Educational Research, 5(2), June 2015.
Poirier, L., Eglash, R, and Babbitt, B. "Adinkra Symbols." Math Is a Verb: Activities and Lessons from Cultures Around the World, by Jim Barta, Ron Eglash, Cathy Barkley. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, December 2014.
Bennett, A. and Eglash, R. "C-SELF (Computer Science Education from Life): Broadening Participation through Design Agency." International Journal of Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies, 8(4), 34-49, October-December 2013.
Eglash, R, Gilbert, J, Taylor, V, and Geier S. "Culturally Responsive Computing in Urban After-School Contexts: Two Approaches." Urban Education, 48(5):629-656, September 2013.
Bill Babbitt, Dan Lyles, and Ron Eglash. “From Ethnomathematics to Ethnocomputing: Indigenous Algorithms in Traditional Context and Contemporary Simulation.” Alternative Forms of Knowing in Mathematics: Celebrations of Diversity of Mathematical Practices, eds. Swapna Mukhopadhyay and Wolff- Michael Roth, Rotterdam: Sense Publishers 2012, pp. 205-220.
Eglash, R., Krishnamoorthy, M., Sanchez, J., and Woodbridge, A. "Fractal simulations of African Design in Pre-College Computing Education." ACM Transactions on Computing Education, v11 n3 Article 17 Oct 2011.
Eglash, R and Bennett, A. "Teaching with Hidden Capital: Agency in Children’s Computational Explorations of Cornrow Hairstyles." Children, Youth and Environments, 19(1):58-74, 2009.
Eglash, R. "Ethnocomputing with Native American Design." In L. E. Dyson, S. Grant, & M. Hendriks (Eds.), Information Technology and Indigenous People, IGI-Global 2007, pp. 210–219.