Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Lin, Cindy. Feminism and Technology in Southeast Asia. In Topics in Feminism II: Thought, Structures, Culture. Routledge Global History of Feminism. Forthcoming 2020. 

Hardy, J. 2019. Queer Information Literacies: Social and Technological Circulation in the Rural Midwestern United States. Information, Communication & Society. Online First, 1-16.

Nakamura, Lisa, Irina Aristarkhova, Iván Chaa López, Anna Watkins Fisher, Meryem Kamil, Cindy Lin, Silvia Lindtner and Tung-hui Hu (Precarity Lab). Digital Precarity Manifesto. In Social Text 37no. 4 (2019).

Pena, Mary, Cindy Lin, Nina Jackson Levin, Prash Naidu, Miranda Garcia, Roxana Maria Aras, Salman Hussain, Cintia Huitzil, Janaki Phillips. “Making Sensory Ethnography and Sensorial Formats in Re-View”. Entanglements Journal: Experiments in Multimodal Ethnography. 2018.

Lindtner, Silvia, and Cindy Lin. “Making and its promises.” CoDesign 13, no. 2 (2017): 70-82.

Bardzell, Jeffrey, Shaowen Bardzell, Cindy Lin, Silvia Lindtner, and Austin Toombs. “HCI’s Making Agendas.” Foundations and Trends® in Human–Computer Interaction 11, no. 3 (2017): 126-200.

Fonda-Bonardi, A. 2017. “ ‘Sustainable’ reframed: How China’s cities and  companies are moving from data to decisions, from trees to forests, and from pixels to platforms, and how they can play with technologists and data artists.” Technoetic Arts, 15(3), 297-310.

Lindtner, S. 2017. Laboratory of the Precarious: Prototyping Entrepreneurial Living in Shenzhen. WSQ, Special Issue: Precarious Work (eds: Cole & Hattam).

Lindtner, S. & Lin, C. 2017. Making and its promises. CoDesign, 1-13.

Kaziunas, E., Lindtner, S., Ackerman, & M., Lee, J. 2017. Lived Data: Tinkering with Bodies, Code, and Care Work. In Special Issue of the HCI Journal “The Examined Life: Personal Use of Personal Data.”

Lin, Cindy, and Andrew Moon. “Negotiating Time: Design as Historical Practice.” PORTAL Journal of Multidisciplinary International Studies 13, no. 2 (2016).

Cai, Tracy Yingcui, Eccles, R., Fonda-Bonardi, A., Guo, P. 2016. “Environmental Disclosure in China.” Solutions Journal, 7(2), 58-62.

Avle, S. & Adunbi, O. 2015. ‘Whose freedom? Which information? – Discourses on Freedom of Information policies’. Journal of Information Policy, Vol. 5 (2015), pp. 179-203 [pdf]

Lindtner, S. 2015. Hacking with Chinese Characteristics: The Promises of the Maker Movement against China’s Manufacturing Culture. Science, Technology & Human Values (ST&HV), 1-26. [pdf]

Avle, S. 2014.’Articulating and enacting development: Skilled returnees in Ghana’s ICT industry’. Information Technologies & International Development 10 (4), 1-13. [pdf]

Lindtner, S. 2014. Hackerspaces and Internet of Things in China: How Makers are reinventing Industrial Production, Innovation & the Self. Journal of China Information, Special Issue on “Political Contestation in Chinese Digital Spaces” (ed. Guobin Yang), Vol. 28, No. 2, 145-167. [pdf]

Williams, A., Lindtner, S., Anderson, K., Dourish, P. 2013. Multi-sited Design: An Analytical Lens for Transnational HCI. Human-Computer Interaction, Vol. 29:1, 78-108. [pdf]

Avle, S. 2012. ‘Flux mondiaux médias et démocraties en développement: Le cas du Ghana’. Afrique Contemporaine 2011/4 (n° 240), 93-107 [Translation of Global Flows]. [pdf]

Lindtner, S. and Li, David, 2012. Created in China. The Makings of China’s Hackerspace Community. In Interactions, XIX.6 November + December 2012, pp. 18. [pdf]

Avle, S. 2011. ‘Global flows, media, and developing democracies: The Ghanaian case’. Journal of African Media Studies 3:1, 7-23. [pdf]

Lindtner, S. and Dourish, P. 2011. The Promise of Play: A New Approach towards Productive Play. Games and Culture Journal, 6 (5), 453 – 478. [pdf]

Lindtner, S., Chen, J., Hayes, G., Dourish, P. 2011. Towards a Frameworks of Publics: Re-encountering Media Sharing and its User. ACM Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction, 18 (2), 23pp. [pdf]

Refereed Conference Proceedings

Hardy, J., Veinot, T., and Wyche, S. Rural HCI Research: Definitions, distinctions, methods, and opportunities. Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction, CSCW 2019.

Lin, Cindy Kaiying, Silvia Lindtner, and Stefanie Wuschitz. 2019. “Hacking Difference in Indonesia: The Ambivalences of Designing for Alternative Futures.” In Proceedings of the 2019 ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS ’19). ACM, 1571-1582.

Hardy, J. 2019. How the Design of Social Technology Fails Rural America. Companion of the 2019 ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems, 189-193. Best Provocation Award.

Hardy, J. and Vargas, S. 2019. Participatory Design and the Future of Rural LGBTQ Communities. Companion of the 2019 ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems, 195-199.

Feinberg, M., Fox, S, Hardy, J., Steinhardt, S., and Vaghela, P. At the Intersection of Culture and Method: Designing Feminist Action. Companion of the 2019 ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems, 365-368.

Hardy, J. et al. (13 authors, equal authorship). 2019. Queer(ing) HCI: Moving Forward in Theory and Practice. Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems.

Hardy, J., Dailey, D., Wyche, S., and Su, N.M. 2018. Rural Computing: Beyond access and infrastructure. Companion of the 2018 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing, 463-470.

Avle, S., Lindtner, S., & Williams, K. 2017. How methods make designers. [To appear in Proc. of SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI ’17)

Kaziunas, E., Ackerman, M., Lindtner, S., & Lee, J. 2017. Caring Through Data: Attending to the Social and Emotional Experiences of Health Dataification. IN Proc. of ACM CSCW 2017. [pdf]

Hardy, J. & Lindtner, S. 2017. Constructing a Desiring User: Discourse, Rurality, and Design in Location-based Social Networks. In Proc. of ACM CSCW 2017. CSCW Best Papers Honorable Mention.  [pdf]

Ammari, T., Schoenebeck, S., & Lindtner, S. 2017. The Crafting of DIY Fatherhood. In Proc. of ACM CSCW 2017.

Dolejšová, Markéta, and Cindy Lin Kaiying. 2016. “Squat & Grow: Designing Smart Human-Food Interactions in Singapore.” In Proceedings of the SEACHI 2016 ACM Workshop on Smart Cities for Better Living with HCI and UX, pp. 24-27.

Lin, C. L., & Lindtner, S.. 2016. Legitimacy, boundary objects & participation in transnational DIY biology. In Proceedings of the 14th Participatory Design Conference: Full papers-Volume 1 (pp. 171-180). ACM [pdf]

Lindtner, S.,  Bardzell,  S & Bardzell, J. 2016. Reconstituting the Utopian Vision of Making: HCI after Technosolutionism. In Proc. of the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI’16, pp. 1390 – 1402. Recipient of SIGCHI best of CHI Paper Honorable Mention Award. [pdf]

Avle, S.Lindtner, S. 2016. Design(ing) ‘here’ and ‘there’: Tech Entrepreneurs, Global Markets, and Reflexivity in Design Processes. In Proc. of the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors of Computing Systems, CHI’16, pp. 2233- 2245. [pdf] 

Kaiying, Cindy Lin, Daniela Alina Plewe, and Carsten Röcker. “The Ambience of Ambient Intelligence: An Asian Approach to Ambient Systems?.” Procedia Manufacturing 3 (2015): 2155-2161.

Lindtner, S., Greenspan, A., Li, D. 2015. Designed in Shenzhen: Shanzhai Manufacturers and Maker Entrepreneurs. Aarhus Series on Human Centered Computing, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 1, p. 12. [pdf]

Sun, Y.,  Lindtner, S., Ding, X., Lu, T., Gu, N. 2015. Reliving the Past & Making a Harmonious Society Today: A Study of Elderly Electronic Hackers in China. In Proc. of the 18th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing (CSCW 2015), pp. 44-45. Recipient of Best Paper Award. [pdf]

Lindtner, S., Hertz, G., and Dourish, P. 2014 Emerging Sites of HCI Innovation: Hackerspaces, Hardware Start-ups & Incubators, Prof. of ACM Conference Human Factors in Computing Systems CHI’14 (Toronto, Canada), pp. 439-448. Recipient of SIGCHI Best of CHI Paper Award [pdf]

Yuling Sun, Xianghua Ding, Silvia Lindtner, Tun Lu, and Ning Gu. 2014. Being senior and ICT: a study of seniors using ICT in China. Proceedings of the 32nd annual ACM conference on Human factors in computing systems (CHI’14), Toronto, Canada, pp. 3933-3942.

Tengfei Liu, Xianghua Ding, Silvia Lindtner, Tun Lu, Ning Gu. 2013. The Collective Infrastructural Work of Electricity: Exploring Feedback in a Prepay University Dorm in China. The ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp’13), Zurich, Switzerland, pp. 295-304.

Lindtner, S., Anderson, K., Dourish, P. 2012. Cultural Appropriation: Information Technologies as Sites of Transnational Imaginaiton. To appear in Proc. of the ACM Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Work (CSCW), Seattle, Washington, February, 2012. [pdf]

Lindtner, S. and Szablewicz, M. 2010. In between Wang ba and Elite Entertainment: China’s Many Internets. Chinese Internet Research Conference, Beijing, 2010, best Student Paper Award. [pdf]

Lindtner, S., Mainwaring, S., Dourish, P., Wang, Y. 2009. Situating Productive Play: Online Gaming Practices and Guanxi in China. In Proc. of INTERACT 2009, Uppsala, Sweden[pdf]

Lindtner, S., Nardi, B., Wang, Y., Mainwaring, S., Jing, H., Liang, W. 2008. A Hybrid Cultural Ecology: World of Warcraft in China. In Proc. of CSCW, November 2008, San Diego, California, USA .[pdf]

Lindtner, S. and Nardi, B. 2008. Venice, California and World of Warcraft: Persistence and Ephemerality in Playful Spaces. In Proc. of the Hawaii International Conference of System Sciences[pdf]

Lin, J., Mamykina, L., Lindtner, S., Delajoux, G., Strubs, H. 2006. Fish’n’Steps: encouraging physical activity with an Interactive Computer Game, in Proc. of Ubicomp, 2006, Irvine, CA.

Book Chapters

Avle, S., Quartey, E., & Hutchful, D. (forthcoming)  ‘Research on mobile phone data in the global south: Opportunities and challenges’. In Foucault-Welles & Gonzales-Bailon (eds). Handbook of communication in the networked age. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Greenspan, A., Lindtner, S. & Li, D. 2016. Silicon Markets: Smart Hardware from the Streets. In: Vint Cerf (ed.) The Good Life in Asia’s Digital 21st Century, Digital Asia Hub (CC), pp. 106-109. [pdf]

Avle, S. 2016. ‘“Radio locked on @citi973”: FM radio audiences on Twitter’. In Willems, W. & Mano, W. (eds) Everyday media culture in Africa: Audiences and Users. (161 – 179). London, New York: Routledge.

Avle, S. 2015. ‘Situating Ghana’s new media industry: liberalization and transnational entrepreneurship’. In Halegoua, G. and Aslinger B. (eds) Locating Emerging Media (123-138). London; New York: Routledge

Wuschitz, S. 2015. Kampung Cultures. In: Friesinger G. (Ed.), paraflows .X – DIGITAL MIGRATION. Wien: edition mono/monochrome

Wuschitz, S. 2015Creating mobile media and social change. In: Tornaghi C., Knierbein S.(Eds.), Public space and Relational Perspectives. New Challenges for Architecture and Planning, 2015, SkuOR, Routledge

Wuschitz, S. 2014. Hacking Feminism. In: Friesinger G. & Herwig J. (Eds.), Reverse Engineering. Open – Disect – Rebuild. Paraflows 2012, Transcript Verlag.

Wuschitz, S. 2013Klänge aus dem Moos. In: Kuni V. (Ed.), HOME MADE BIO ELECTRONIC ARTS «Do-it-yourself: Mikroskope, Sensoren, Klangexperimente». Migros-Kulturprozent Christoph Merian Verlag: Basel.

Wuschitz, S., 2013. Female MakersE-Journal p-art-icipate. Kultur aktiv gestalten. E-journal des Programmbereichs Contemporary Arts & Cultural Production, Schwerpunkt Wissenschaft & Kunst, Universität Salzburg in Kooperation mit der Universität Mozarteum. Issue 02/13. Politics and Culural Resistance, Salzburg: University of Salzburg with Mozarteum

Wuschitz, S. 2012Barbie Girl des Grauens. In: Eismann S., Köver C. (Ed.) Mach’s selbst: Do it Yourself für Mädchen. Weinheim Basel: Beltz & Gelberg.

Lindtner, S. and Szablewicz, M. 2011. China’s many Internets: Participation and Sites of Game Play Across a Changing Technology Landscape. Book chapter for the edited Volume: Herold, D. and Marolt, P. (eds) Online Society in China, London & New York: Routledge. [pdf]

Wuschitz, S., 2011. Creating mobile media and social change. In: Tornaghi C. & Knierbein S., (Eds.) Urban cultures and public space: civil society and conflict. Wien: Publisher TBC

Workshop and Position Papers

Lin, Cindy Kaiying. Algorithmic Vision to Notice Differently: Entrusting Software to Protect Trees and Gun Farmers. In Proceedings of DIS ’19: Contesting Borders and Intersections (DIS ’19). ACM, New York, NY, USA.

Pearson, B.A. J & Avle, S. 2016.’Chasing the “Bottom Billion”: Tech companies and the selling of global connectivity.’ International Communication Association (ICA) Conference.

Avle, S. 2015. ‘Networked radio: The role of social media interactivity in radio broadcasts in Ghana’. International Communication Association (ICA) Conference.

Hardy, Jean. 2015. Navigating assumptions in location-based sex app research: Urban & rural use of profile pictures in users of SCRUFF, a location-based social enabler for men who have sex with men. Position paper presented at CSCW 2015 Workshop, “Let’s Talk About Sex (Apps), CSCW.”

Hardy, J & Handel, M. 2014 Heteronormativity in Product Design: It’s not just a Husband, Wife, and 2.4 Kids. Position paper presented at CHI 2014 Workshop, “Perspectives on Gender and Product Design: Are we living in a ‘man-made’ world?”

Wuschitz, S., 2011, Access to Interfaces of Expression: A Workshop with Women Artists in Syria. In: Mörtenböck P. & Mooshammer H. (Eds.), Space RE:solutions: Intervention and Research in Visual Culture. Wien: Transcript Verlag. ISBN 978-3-8376-1847-1

Wuschitz, S. 2011. Przedmieścia, suburbs, předměstí, Vorstädte: międzynarodowy projekt artystyczny; international art project, Zbigniew B. (Ed.), Wydaw. Akademii Sztuk Pięknych, Academy of Fine Arts Krakow, Poland, 271 pages. ISBN 83623212960,98

Wuschitz, S., 2010. Workshop Monte Laa, In: Tornaghi C. & Knierbein S. (Eds.), Öffentliche Räume Favoriten. Playful spatial games. Werkstattbericht. Wien: Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space, vol. 107, pp. 76-77

Other publications

Hardy, J., Phelan, C., Vigil-Hayes, M., Su, N.M., Wyche, S., Sengers, P. 2019. Designing from the Rural. Interactions, July/August 2019.[link]

Hardy, J. 2018. How Rural America is Saving Itself. CityLab, 12/20/2018.[link]

Lin, Cindy Kaiying. “Examining International and Indonesian Responses to H5N1 Influenza “- Cindy Lin. Subjectivities – Issue 1, 2015. 18 July 2015. Web. 25 Jan. 2016.

Wuschitz, S. 2014. Gleichbehandlung in Hacker Spaces: Disruptive und integrative Praktiken. Contraste. Die Monatszeitung für Selbstorganisation, Issue
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Wuschitz, S. 2011. Przedmieścia, suburbs, předměstí, Vorstädte: międzynarodowy projekt artystyczny; international art project, Zbigniew B. (Ed.), Wydaw. Akademii Sztuk Pięknych, Academy of Fine Arts Krakow, Poland, 271 pages. ISBN 83623212960,98

Wuschitz, S. 2010. DIY Technik. In: Eismann, S., Köver, C., Lohaus, S. & Tsomou, M. (Eds.), Missy Magazine. Popkultur für Frauen. Hamburg: Missy Magazin GbR, vol 2 pp. 40-41