It’s that time of year again where lots of people prepare their presentations for the annual ACM conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems – the CHI conference.
This year, I’m presenting a paper titled ‘Technologies for Social Justice: Lessons from Sex Workers at the Front line’ that I co-authored with Jenn Clamen from Stella, l’amie de Maimie (a sex worker rights organisation in Montréal, Canada) and Mary Laing from Northumbria University. You can read the pre-print of the paper here: https://tinyurl.com/StellaPaper and can also have a look at the visual, non-academic report we created based on the project here: https://tinyurl.com/StellaTechReport
If you want to come to my session but want to see the slides on your own laptop rather than the screen at the front, you can download them here: StellaSlidesColours
If you’d rather have them simplified with yellow text on black background (incl. image descriptions), you can have a look at my slides in that colour-combination and format here: StellaSlides-yellowblack
I am presenting in the ‘Social Justice’ session on Monday the 6th of May 2019 in the 11:00-12:20 session (I’m the second paper!) in Hall 2. The amazing Michael Muller is chairing the session and the other papers also look really great!
I also co-authored a paper with the fabulous Rosanna Bellini which she just so happens to be presenting in the same session as me! Right before me! Both papers received Honourable Mention awards, which is also very exciting.