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Professor of anthropology emeritus, university of north carolina, chapel hill; 10. 21606/drs. 2018. 679 corpus id: Towards an intersectional feminist framework for design theory and practice @article{costanzachock2018designjt, title={design justice: Society at harvard university, a board member of allied media projects (alliedmedia. org), and the author of numerous articles and two books. Open pdf in browser. Add paper to my library. Proceedings of the design research society 2018. Sanjana shivakumar is currently pursuing a master of design at concordia university, montreal, canada.

Towards an intersectional feminist framework for design theory and practice @article{costanzachock2018designjt, title={design justice: Society at harvard university, a board member of allied media projects (alliedmedia. org), and the author of numerous articles and two books. Open pdf in browser. Add paper to my library. Proceedings of the design research society 2018. Sanjana shivakumar is currently pursuing a master of design at concordia university, montreal, canada. She completed her bachelor of architecture at ramaiah institute of technology, bangalore, india. Her research is framed within the broad domain of design studies, to enable communities through sustainable living and smart interactions. The full text of design justice is open access. 📘 read now 📥 download.

10. 21606/drs. 2018. 679 corpus id: Towards an intersectional feminist framework for design theory and practice @article{costanzachock2018designjt, title={design justice: Society at harvard university, a board member of allied media projects (alliedmedia. org), and the author of numerous articles and two books. Open pdf in browser. Add paper to my library. Proceedings of the design research society 2018. Sanjana shivakumar is currently pursuing a master of design at concordia university, montreal, canada. She completed her bachelor of architecture at ramaiah institute of technology, bangalore, india. Her research is framed within the broad domain of design studies, to enable communities through sustainable living and smart interactions.

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Togethernet: Programming Culture, Building Consent, with Xin Xin & Charlotte Yaqing



Togethernet is an open-source communication software designed around the ethos of transparency and consent.The goal is to transform digital rights policies into an embodied practice through reimagining software infrastructure and user experience. Togethernet is an open-source tool built for people who work under the broad umbrella of art and technology and invites users to contribute remix and pluralize the source code and guidelines in an effort to create a truly horizontal tool reflecting the needs of its users. It provides a glimpse into the potential for a new kind of grassroots software development that centers digital rights and community building from the outset.

Xin Xin is an interdisciplinary artist and organizer working at the intersection of technology labor and identity. Xin co-founded voidLab a LA-based intersectional feminist collective dedicated to women trans and queer folks. They were the Director and Lead Organizer for Processing Community Day 2019 a worldwide initiative celebrating art code and diversity and they currently serve on the advisory board for the Processing Foundation. Their work has been exhibited and screened at Ars Electronica DIS Gene Siskel Film Center Machine Project and they are an Eyebeam fellow. Xin received their M.F.A from UCLA Design Media Arts and teaches at the Parsons School of Design as an Assistant Professor of Interaction and Media Design.

Charlotte Yaqing. I'm the software developer for togethernet and an engineer living in NYC. I care about community and how technology can facilitate a more equitable world. In my free time I like to play music, learn new things, and watch Fast and Furious movies.

Further Readings
Consentful Tech Zine, Una Lee & Dann Toliver
andalsotoo.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Building-Consentful-Tech-Zine-SPREADS.pdf
Privacy Framework Comparisons (Dec. 2018), Center For Democracy & Technology
drive.google.com/file/d/1vPVSrtsu6OABDZqIrzaMrpakQRu5a4Yo/view?usp=sharing
The Consent Checklist, Meg-John Barker
rewriting-the-rules.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Consent-Checklist-1.pdf
Design Justice Network Principles, Design Justice Network
designjustice.org/read-the-principles
Ask: Building Consent Culture, Kitty Stryker
thorntreepress.com/ask/
Dark Patterns, Alexander Darlington and Harry Brignull
darkpatterns.org/

github.com/together-support/togethernet

“Descolonização do Design” com Nuno Coelho



“Descolonização do Design” com Nuno Coelho
Apresentação e moderação: Miguel Macedo e Célia Ferreira

Esta aula aberta esteve inserida na unidade curricular de Design e Política lecionada no curso de Design Gráfico e Multimédia na Esad.Cr que propõe uma problematização da relação entre política e design gráfico desenvolvendo uma prática questionadora da acção/participação ética, social e política do designer e do design na contemporaneidade.

O designer e investigador Nuno Coelho criou e dinamizou um debate com os alunos e audiência sobre questões ligadas à descriminação, racismo e como a linguagem lusotropicalista e as imagens e narrativas (pós)-coloniais são dominantes ainda nos dias de hoje em Portugal. Falou também do design como produto cultural que projecta muitas vezes um imaginário carregado de representações estigmatizadoras, de estereótipos e de preconceitos.

Nota: As 3h deste vídeo inclui uma palestra de 1h seguida de uma conversa de 2h.

--------------- Conteúdos deste video ----------------

0:00 - Introdução
2:29 - Palestra
1:05:00 - Conversa

Referências mencionadas durante a conversa:

Ken Garland (1964)
Disponível em:
designishistory.com/1960/first-things-first/

First Things First Manifesto 2000
Tibor Kalman et al (1999)
Disponível em:
eyemagazine.com/feature/article/first-things-first-manifesto-2000

First Things First Manifesto 2020
Marc O’Brien et al (2020)
Disponível em:
firstthingsfirst2020.org

A Manifesto for Decolonising Design
Danah Abdulla et al (2019)
Disponível em:
bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/19055

África® – Representações raciais nas marcas comerciais registadas em Portugal nas primeiras décadas do século XX
Nuno Coelho (2016)
Disponível em:
ces.uc.pt/publicacoes/cescontexto/ficheiros/cescontexto_debates_xiv.pdf
(p. 52-63)

O design que o design não vê
Mário Moura
Disponível no livro “O design que o design não vê”:
orfeunegro.org/products/o-design-que-o-design-nao-ve

Grada Kilomba
Memórias da Plantação – Episódios de Racismo Quotidiano (editora Orfeu Negro)

Sasha Costanza Chock
design-justice.pubpub.org/ +  vimeo.com/354276956

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Pathways Through The Portal: A Field Scan of Emerging Technologies in the Public Interest



Join us as we present Civic Hall's newest report: Pathways Through the Portal: A Field Scan of Emerging Technologies in the Public Interest. Allow our research team to walk you through their seven key findings, which we believe offer cause for both caution and optimism.

Research Team: Diana Nucera, Berhan Taye, Sasha Costanza-Chock, Micah Sifry, and Matt Stempeck

Join us for our next event: bit.ly/3094PNq

Learn more on our event page eventbrite.com/e/118050898415?aff=youtube
Download the report bit.ly/emtech-report
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This report was produced with the support of the Patrick J. McGovern Foundation mcgovern.org/

MA Internet Equalities Series: Methods for Equitable Tech Development with Caroline Sinders



In this live webinar, Dr Charlotte Webb will host a live conversation with Caroline Sinders, machine learning designer/user researcher, artist, and digital anthropologist, to talk about 'Methods for Equitable Tech Development', one of the units that students will have the chance to study as part of this new course.

bit.ly/MAInternetEqualities

00:00 - Title Card
00:10 - Introduction
01:00 - Introducing Caroline Sinders
01:43 - About the Methods for Equitable Technology Development unit
06:04 - Live conversation with Charlotte and Caroline
52:24 - End Card

About the course
MA Internet Equalities explores how power relations are organised, embedded and perpetuated in internet technologies and how they can be reorganised or challenged through critical, creative and activist practice. The course will equip students from a range of disciplinary backgrounds with the skills to understand and implement applied equality in technology development. Internet equalities is defined as socio-technical systems which explicitly oppose discrimination on the grounds of race, class, gender, gender identity, sexuality, age, belief and ability.

About the CCI
UAL’s new Creative Computing Institute (CCI) is an innovative new research-led teaching hub working at the intersection of computer science and the creative arts. Located at Camberwell College of Arts, the CCI offers innovative new courses, research opportunities and a public platform to explore the collaboration between computer science and creative practice.

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Culture and Ethics



This short video introduces the discussion in the next three videos by considering how ethics and culture intersect, how change develops in cultures, and how design plays a role in ethics. Part of the online course Ethics, Analytics and the Duty of Care ethics.mooc.ca

Susan Crawford - Tech for Governance: Community-Driven Innovation | DML2013



Susan Crawford, chair of the "Tech for Governance: Community-Driven Innovation" track of DML2013, discusses her observations of 'millennials' and how they're tackling community challenges.

(04:11) "[DML2013] is a quite a moment for these subjects. We've got little, bright, shiny objects of experiments taking place all around the world [...] we haven't yet gotten traction with the broad public, but it's going to happen soon. [...] There's a tipping point coming--a real breaking point."

The 2013 DML conference will be held March 14-16, 2013 in Chicago, Illinois. The conference is supported by the MacArthur Foundation and organized by the Digital Media and Learning Research Hub located at the University of California's systemwide Humanities Research Institute at UC Irvine.

More details about the DML2013 Conference and the Call For Workshop/Panel/Paper Proposals can be found at the conference website: dml2013.dmlhub.net.

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