(forthcoming) Steinhardt, S.B. Recipes for Technoutopia: On Hospitality, Hope and Infrastructure as Experimental Performance. Rogers, Halpern, Hannah, de Ridder-Vignone (Eds.) Handbook of Art, Science and Technology. Routledge Press. (in press). Presented at the 2019 Annual Meeting for the Society of the Social Study of Science (4S) in New Orleans, September 2019. invited presenter at the…
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Mowed Over: Community Governance of Public Space. Maintainers III.
Moderator of panel “Mowed Over: Community Governance of Public Space” at Maintainers III: Policy, Practice and Care conference October 7-9 in Washington, D.C. More information available here. The goal of this workshop is to create a conversation among policy makers, activists and researchers about the different ways communities take on maintenance and stewardship responsibilities for…
NSF Workshop: Making the Future of Work Work
Attendee of the NSF Workshop “Making the Future of Work Work” at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, June 4-6, 2019. Organizers: Silvia Lindtner, Cindy Lin, Shaowen Bardzell, Jeffrey Bardzell, Paul Dourish More information here: Workshop: Making the ‘Future of Work’ work
Designing Feminist Action: At the Intersection of Culture and Method. DIS ’19
Workshop at Designing Interactive Systems (DIS) 2019 on June 24, 2019, in San Diego, CA Organizers: Melanie Feinberg, Sarah Fox, Jean Hardy, Stephanie Steinhardt and Palashi Vaghela This one-day workshop will explore the use of design research and computing practice in resisting and reifying inequalities. We invite participants to share how we do, and how…
“What People Talk About When They Talk About Diversity” AAAS
Steinhardt, S.B. What People Talk About When They Talk About Diversity Presenter on the panel “It’s Time for a Feminist Agenda for Science Communication” at the 2019 American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS ‘19) Washington, D.C. – February 14, 2019
NSF Workshop: Neoliberal Fever – Precarity, Hope & Future Making
Attendee at Workshop: Neoliberal Fever – Precarity, Hope & Future Making Sept 28-30, 2017 University of Michigan School of Information Department of Communication Studies Sponsored by National Science Foundation, Division: CISE-IIS-CHS (PI Lindtner). Organizers: Silvia Lindtner Aswin Punathambekar Seyram Avle Cindy Lin Jean Hardy The notion that we live in a moment of precarity and…
On Hospitality and Hope: Where Scientific and Technical Infrastructures Negotiate Their Insiders and Outsiders. 4S ’17.
In this performative brunch, a radical happening, participants sat around a dressed table for a feast as a thought-experiment around the desire to accommodate that rings throughout many modern technological ventures for openness, diversity and participation. Yet, as we see at the table and in our technological endeavors, there is a limit to accommodation and…
Imagining Intersectional Futures: Feminist Approaches in CSCW. CSCW ’17.
Imagining Intersectional Futures: Feminist Approaches in CSCW Sarah Fox Amanda Menking Anna Lauren Hoffman Stephanie Steinhardt Shaowen Bardzell Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW ’17) The aim of this one-day workshop is to explore theoretical and methodological approaches that help us consider issues of gender,…
Breakdown Workshop, Cornell University February 11, 2016
February 11, 2016 This 1-day workshop organized by Lara Houston, postdoctoral researcher in the Cornell Information Science Department with Steve Jackson, explored themes of breakdown, maintenance and repair across the disciplines of sociology, communication and information science.
Breaking Down While Building Up: Design and Decline in Emerging Infrastructures. CHI ’16.
Breaking Down While Building Up: Design and Decline in Emerging Infrastructures Stephanie B. Steinhardt ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI) 2016 | San Jose, CA | May 7-12, 2016 Best Paper Award Honorable Mention This paper asks what we can learn from breaking down systems to understand the development of systems….
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