Judith Carlisle, PhD

Adjunct Faculty
MA Yoga Studies, Master of Divinity
AB: English Literature - Occidental College, MS: Management Information Systems - University of Arizona, PhD: Management Information Systems - University of Arizona, MA: Yoga Studies - Loyola Marymount University
MA Yoga Studies, Master of Divinity
Power, Privilege, and Diversity

After a 20-year career as a professor of information systems and computer science, Judith Carlisle received the MA in Yoga Studies from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. Her current work explores the pursuit of social justice through the contemplative-practices and also how these traditions can help build a more positive relationship to the reality of death and the process of dying.


Peer-Reviewed Conference Presentations and Publications / / 1. Carlisle, Judith, 2019. “”Pockets of Place and the Right to Space: Transcendence through Ha?ha-Yoga and AI”” 17th Annual Dharma Academy of North American (DANAM) Conference, 2019. 22-23 November 2019, San Diego, California. / / 2. Carlisle, Judith, 2015. “”Continuing the DIKW Conversation,”” Midwest America’s Conference on Information Systems, Pittsburg, Kansas, / / 3. Carlisle, Judith Pinn, 2011. “”A contribution to the development of a philosophical foundation for the data information knowledge wisdom hierarchy,”” Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems, Detroit, Michigan. / / 4. Kraft, Theresa A. and Judith Carlisle, 2010. “”Computer ethics: a slow fade from black and white to shades of gray,”” Information Systems Educators Conference 2010 ISECON Proceedings, vol. 27, no 1331, Nashville Tennessee. / / 5. Carlisle, Judith Pinn, 2010. “”Semantic modeling using theta-roles: a natural language processing-based approach to conceptual representation,”” Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems, Lima, Peru. / / 6. Carlisle, Judith Pinn, 2007. “”A look into the relationship between knowledge management and the knowledge hierarchies.”” Proceedings of the 40th meeting of the annual Hawaii International conference of System Sciences (HICSS), Kona, Hawaii. / / 7. Carlisle, Judith Pinn, 2006. “”Escaping the veil of Maya: wisdom and the organization.”” Proceedings of the 39th annual Hawaii International conference of System Sciences (HICSS), Kuai, Hawaii. / / 8. Carlisle, Judith Pinn, 2002. “”Vagueness in language and information systems.”” Proceedings of the Americas conference on information systems (AMCIS), Dallas, TX. / / 9. Olson, David L. and Judith P. Carlisle, 2001. “”Hermeneutics in Information Systems,”” Proceedings of the Americas conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), Waltham, MA. / / 10. Carlisle, Judith P., 2000. “”Some comments on the Kurzweil cybernetic poet,”” Proceedings of the Americas conference on information systems (AMCIS), Long Beach, CA. / / 11. Carlisle, Judith P., Scott W. Cunningham, Alan Porter, Anustus Nayak, 1999. “”Related problems of knowledge discovery,”” Proceedings of the thirty-second Annual Hawaii International Conference of System Sciences, Maui, Hawaii. / / 12. Carlisle, Judith Pinn, 1996. “”Ethical responsibilities of the software-dependent organization,”” Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), Phoenix, AZ, pp. 749-751. / / 13. Basu, K., R. Briggs, J. Carlisle, V. Ramesh, 1992. “”Exemplar: improving the college classroom with group support technology,”” Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Information Systems. pp. 276, Dallas, Texas. / / 14. Briggs, R., J. Carlisle, G. Mesher, 1992. “”Electronic meeting systems: breaking the meeting bottleneck,”” International Conference Center, Cuba. / / 15. Carlisle, J.P., Kimberly Alameddine, 1990. “”A study evaluating existing executive information systems products,”” Proceedings of the twenty-third annual Hawaii International conference of System Sciences, vol. 3, pp. 160-169. / / Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications: / / 1. Kraft, Theresa and Judith Carlisle, 2011. “”Computer Ethics: A Slow Fade from Black and White to Shades of Gray,”” Information Systems Education Journal, vol. 9, issue 4, pp 37-54. / / 2. Zhu, Dongua, Alan Porter, Scott Cunningham, Judith Carlisle, Anustup Nayak, 1999. “”A Process for mining science and technology documents databases for the case of knowledge discovery and data mining,”” Cienciaa da Informaca, Vol. 28, no. 1, pp 1-8. / / 3. Carlisle, Judith Pinn, 1999. “”Ethical considerations of the software-dependent organization,”” Journal of Systems and Software, Vol 44, no. 3, Jan, pp. 251-255. / / 4. Aiken, Milam and Judith P. Carlisle, 1992. “”An automated idea consolidation tool for computer supported cooperative work,”” Information and Management, Vol. 23, pp. 373 – 382. /

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