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Angelika Strohmayer <[log in to unmask]>
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Angelika Strohmayer <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 27 Apr 2020 07:51:21 +0000
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Hello colleagues,

You are invited to attend a series of panel discussions of accepted CHI papers organised by<>

As you may know,<> have been hosting a series of events and activities at CHI since 2017 - we have called these the #CHIversity campaign. Since CHI was cancelled this year, we are hosting a series of panels where authors are able to bring their papers to an international audience interested in feminist HCI, and into conversation with others.

Panels will take place every Tuesday afternoon for the next 5 weeks, and include 3-4 papers each and will last approximately 1h (though the discussion last a little longer)

28 April – 3pm BST

  *   Marika Cifor, Patricia Garcia – Gendered by design: a duoethnographic study of personal fitness tracking systems
  *   Weiwen Leung – Race, gender and beauty: The effect of information provision on online hiring biases
  *   Sijia Xiao – Random, Messy, Funny, Raw: Finstas as intimate reconfiguration of social media
  *   Aakash Gautam – Crafting, Communality, and Computing: Building on Existing Strengths To Support a Vulnerable Population

5 May – 2pm BST

  *   Anupriya Tuli – ‘It’s a girl thing’: Examining challenges and opportunities around menstrual health education in India
  *   Michael Ahmadi – Feminist Living Labs as research infrastructures for HCI: the case of a video game company
  *   Josef Nguyen – Challenges of designing consent: Consent mechanics in video games as models of interactive user agency

12 May – 2pm BST

  *   Oliver Haimson – Designing Trans Technology: Defining Challenges and Envisioning Community-Centered Solutions
  *   Ashley Marie Walker – ‘More gay’ fits better: Intracommunity power dynamics and harms in online LGBTQ+ spaces
  *   Cynthia L Bennett – The care work of access
  *   Emory Edwards – Three tensions between personas and complex disability identities

19 May – 2pm BST

  *   Anupriya Tuli – Menstrual (Im)Mobilities and Safe Spaces
  *   Nadia Campo Woytuk – Touching and Being in Touch with the Menstruating Body
  *   Nicola Wendt – Civic Empowerment through digitalisation: The case of Greenlandic women
  *   Shruthi Sai Chivukula – Bardzell’s ‘Feminist HCI’ legacy: Analyzing citational patterns

26 May – 2pm BST

  *   Aloha Hufana Ambe – An oldy’s lament: Poem of resistance and resilience of the ‘othered’ in technology colonisation
  *   Rua Williams – ‘I am just terrified of my future’ Epistemic violence in disability related technology research
  *   Katta Spiel – Agency of autistic children in technology research — A critical literature review
  *   Maryam Mustafa – Patriarchy, maternal health and spiritual healing: Designing maternal health interventions in Pakistan

For more information on how to join the sessions, please visit:

If you would like to find out more about<>, you can have a look at our website (, follow us on Twitter (@fempowertech), or e-mail Angelika directly ([log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>), and please let us know if you’d like a join link to the mailing list. We are running a series of weekly virtual events to build community during this time of uncertainty, so get in touch or follow our twitter account to find out more about how to join.

And if you would like to share your own paper in, or want to nominate a colleague or students for a future panel, please get in touch with Angelika.

Best wishes,
Angelika, Julia, and the rest of<>

Dr Angelika Strohmayer (she/her)
Lecturer in School of Design
Northumbria University
Founding member of<> (@fempowertech)

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