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Norman Makoto Su <[log in to unmask]>
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Norman Makoto Su <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 11 Feb 2019 17:11:05 -0600
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Due to multiple requests, we have extended the position papers deadline for
our workshop on “Exploring the Intersection of Philosophy and HCI” to
February 19 (3PM EST).

On Mon, Jan 28, 2019 at 9:43 PM Norman Makoto Su <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> **This is a friendly reminder that submissions to our CHI 2019 workshop
> are due February 12th.**
> Apologies in advance for cross-posting.
> Philosophy has provided a vital perspective for HCI on how we navigate,
> experience, understand, and judge the world around us and its artifacts.
> Lately, HCI scholars have also sought to use philosophy’s program of
> answering what it means to live a "good" life to investigate the ethical
> and moral implications of the technologies we design. As philosophy in its
> many forms continues to open up new influences and our relations with
> technology broaden, we believe it is timely to have a meta-discussion about
> what links philosophy and HCI. As we understand it, philosophy’s strength
> lies in its diversity, depth, and interpretive flexibility.
> The goal of this one-day workshop (Saturday May 4th, 2019) will be to
> sustain this thread by bringing together HCI scholars who have been drawn
> to philosophy to develop a shared agenda on how to understand it and carry
> it forward. Attendees will discuss their experiences with
> philosophically-informed research, epistemological and practical concerns
> when pairing philosophy with traditional HCI methods, and how philosophy
> can help us understand and design for users.
> We invite interested researchers to submit a 2-4 page (excluding
> references) position paper in the CHI Extended Abstracts format (
> that addresses the
> key topic(s) of the workshop, listed on the workshop website (link below).
> The paper should also include a short author biography that includes
> current research or potential goals of research.
> Submissions (PDF format) should be sent to [log in to unmask] by February
> 12th, 2019 (3:00PM EST) and will be reviewed based on relevancy to the
> workshop. At least one co-author of each accepted submission should attend
> the workshop.
> Full details of the workshop can be found at:
> Organizers:
> Norman Makoto Su, Indiana University Bloomington, USA
> Victor Kaptelinin, Umeå University, Sweden
> Jeffrey Bardzell, Indiana University Bloomington, USA
> Shaowen Bardzell, Indiana University Bloomington, USA
> Jed Brubaker, CU Boulder, USA
> Ann Light, University of Sussex, UK
> Dag Svanæs, NTNU, Norway and IT-University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Norman Makoto Su, PhD
Human-Computer Interaction Design
Assistant Professor of Informatics
Indiana University Bloomington
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