Fe­mi­nist HCI Me­thods 2021

CO­VID-19 re­la­ted In­for­ma­ti­on

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic the events will take place online. Only Event 2.5 will take place in person (Hanover, Germany).

You can now sign up for events!

Me­thods, Theo­ries, and Ta­king Ac­tion through Gen­der and Fe­mi­nis­ms in Hu­man-Com­pu­ter In­ter­ac­tion (HCI)

The newly structured workshop "Methods, Theories, and Taking Action through Gender and Feminism in HCI" will now take place as a series of five events throughout the Summer and Autumn of 2021. Four of these will be virtual events, with a fifth one taking place in person.

We invite those who are interested in feminist Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and gender-related digital technologies to discuss questions of feminisms and technologies. The event will be structured around a series of interactive activities to reflect and build on methods, theories and practical aspects of HCI. We welcome people from a variety of disciplines (but especially Early Career Researchers) to bring their experience and knowledge to contribute to discussions. We hope that the event will be a way of building an international community around gender, feminist and technology areas in Europe, and to reflect critically on our role as researchers in this field.

Presenters and discussion leaders have already been selected for these events, but due to the newly online format of three of these events, we will be able to welcome more attendees to our events than previously anticipated.

All papers from those presenting work at the workshop will be published in the EUSSET Digital Library.

Methods, Theories, and Taking Action through Gender and Feminisms in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI): Mehr Infos

Events

Event 1: De­fi­ning Fe­mi­nist and Gen­der HCI

This will be a virtual event comprising a keynote presentation and series of round-table discussions, including Q&A. It will set the stage for what we mean by feminisms and gender, and why these concepts are important to consider in Human-Computer Interaction, Design and beyond.
Keynote speaker: Alexandra To

Details

September 08, 2021
13:30 BST / 14:30 CEST / 08:30 EDT
Online

Event 1: Defining Feminist and Gender HCI: Programm

Event 2: Ways of Prac­tice in Fe­mi­nist and Gen­der HCI

This will be a virtual event comprising a keynote presentation and breakout roundtables on topics related to 'doing' feminist and gender-oriented HCI. We shall be engaging with practice, practising and practitioners in this research area to identify how feminist theory can be formed from practice, and practice draw from feminist theory.
Keynote speaker: Prof. Margaret Burnett

Details

September 15, 2021
13:30 BST / 14:30 CEST / 08:30 EDT
Online

Event 2: Ways of Practice in Feminist and Gender HCI: Programm

Event 2.5: Lo­cal Hub Co-working

This will be a distributed in-person event, taking place in Germany and co-organised with attendants of events 1 and 2.

Details

September 22, 2021
12:00 CEST
Herrenhausen Palast in Hanover, Germany

Event 2.5: Local Hub Co-working: Programm

Event 3: Learning Me­thods

This will be a virtual event comprising a keynote presentation and a series of breakout groups. Attendees of this event will be provided with a pre-prepared challenge by event presenters in a series of interactive sessions to help attendees pragmatically engage with the research method they developed.
Keynote speaker: Dr. Michael Muller

Details

September 29, 2021
13:30 BST / 14:30 CEST / 08:30 EDT
Online

Event 3: Learning Methods: Programm

Event 4: Es­ta­blish a Peer-Men­to­ring Sche­me + Fa­ci­li­ta­ting Re­se­arch Col­la­bo­ra­ti­ons

This will be a virtual event comprising a series of breakout groups. In this final workshop we hope to turn the relationships that attendees have formed with each other into peer-mentoring relationships and even new potential research collaborations.

Details

October 06, 2021
13:30 BST / 14:30 CEST / 08:30 EDT
Online

Event 4: Establish a Peer-Mentoring Scheme + Facilitating Research Collaborations: Programm

Or­ga­nisers and Con­tact

The workshop is organized by Gender/Diversity in Informatics Systems (GeDIS) Research Group at the University of Kassel and fempower.tech based at Northumbria University and Newcastle University both in Newcastle, UK.

Email Rosanna Bellini with any questions about the events.

Or­ga­niser & Fun­ding Lo­gos with em­bed­ded URLs

Or­ga­nisers

gedis
fempower.tech

Fun­ded by

VolkswagenStiftung