Publications

The Computing Ethics Narratives project is an interdisciplinary collaboration that integrates applied ethics into undergraduate computing curriculum using narratives from a wide variety of sources such as film and television, literature, news, podcasts, blogs, and more.

Bullock, B.*, Nascimento, F, & Doore, S.A. (2021). Computing Ethics Narratives: Teaching Computing Ethics and the Impact of Predictive Algorithms. Proceedings of the 52st ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education. ACM SIGCSE 2021. Virtual Meeting. March 13-20.

Slager, K.*, Nunez, R.*, Short,W.*, & Doore, S.A. (2021) Computing Ethics Starts on Day One. Proceedings of the 52st ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education. ACM SIGCSE 2021. Virtual Meeting. March 13-20.

Doore, S.A. & Nascimento, F. (2021). Workshop: Creating Inclusive Worlds: Lesson Development with Computing Ethics Narratives for Future Technologists. MozFest 2021. Virtual Meeting. March 8-19.

Doore, S. A., Fiesler, C., Kirkpatrick, M. S., Peck, E., & Sahami, M. (2020, February). Assignments that Blend Ethics and Technology. In Proceedings of the 51st ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (pp. 475-476). (panel)

Nascimento, Fernando. 2020. “Technologies, Narratives, and Practical Wisdom.” Études Ricoeuriennes / Ricoeur Studies. https://doi.org/10.5195/errs.2019.481.

Nascimento, F. (2019) Society for Ricoeur Studies. Ethics, technologies, and narratives. Montreal. Canada. McGill University, October 10-12.

Nascimento, F., Chown, E., Majercick, S. (2019). The Rise of Artificial Intelligence. Maine Public Radio. Maine Calling, Jun 17, 2019.

Bowdoin Press Release(s): “Bowdoin Selected for Pioneering Computer Science Ethics Challenge,” Bowdoin College News, 2019; “Pioneering Cinema Studies Project Takes Off During Pandemic,” Bowdoin College News, 2021.