November was a shorter school month, and was mostly filled with doing everything I could to get things ready for spring and wrapped up for fall. I did a lot of writing for assignments and projects, and made a conscious effort to not read more than I needed to and to instead work to integrate what I’d already read.

Below is a list of books and articles I read this month.

Ackerman, S. (2015, July 13). “A national hero”: psychologist who warned of torture collusion gets her due. The Guardian. Retrieved from
Arrigo, J. (2004). A utilitarian argument against torture interrogation of terrorists. Science and Engineering Ethics, 10(3), 543–572.
Bloche, M. G. (2017, August 12). Opinion | When Torture Becomes Science. The New York Times. Retrieved from (2014, May 28). Replace “master/slave” terminology with “primary/replica.” Retrieved November 10, 2017, from
Eidelson, R. (2017, October 13). Perspective | Psychologists are facing consequences for helping with torture. It’s not enough. Washington Post. Retrieved from
Fink, S. (2017a, June 21). Psychologists Open a Window on Brutal C.I.A. Interrogations. The New York Times. Retrieved from
Fink, S. (2017b, June 22). Interrogation, Torture and Personal Responsibility. The New York Times. Retrieved from
Kertzer, D., & Arel, D. (2002). Census and identity : the politics of race, ethnicity, and language in national census. Cambridge, UK ; New York: Cambridge University Press.
Kornblum, J. (2013, September 14). It’s time to eliminate bro-culture from the tech industry. Retrieved November 10, 2017, from
Lambrinidou, Y., Rhoads, W., Roy, S., Heaney, E., Ratajczak, G., & Ratajczak, J. (2014). Ethnography in Engineering Ethics Education: A Pedagogy for Transforma-tional Listening. In 121st American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Conference & Exposition,. Retrieved from
Mian, Z. (2015). Out of the nuclear shadow: Scientists and the struggle against the Bomb. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 71(1), 59–69.
Miller, C. C. (2014, April 5). Technology’s Man Problem. The New York Times. Retrieved from
Nieto-Gomez, R. (2014). Walls, Sensors and Drones: Technology and Surveillance on the US–Mexico Border. In Borders, fences and walls state of insecurity? (pp. 191–211).
Phillips, K. W., & Phillips, K. W. (n.d.). How Diversity Makes Us Smarter.
Psychologists’ Work in National Security Settings and Reaffirmation of the APA Position Against Torture. (n.d.). Retrieved November 4, 2017, from
Rubinson, P. (2011). “Crucified on a Cross of Atoms”: Scientists, Politics, and the Test Ban Treaty. Diplomatic History, 35(2), 283–319.
The Walls in Our Heads - The New York Times. (n.d.). Retrieved November 21, 2017, from
Tong, R. (1993). Feminine and feminist ethics. Belmont, Calif.: Wadsworth Pub. Co.
Wajcman, J. (2004). TechnoFeminism (1 edition). Cambridge ; Malden, MA: Polity.