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Investigating the Role of Critical Disability Studies in HCI

A workshop at CHI 2020

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Here you find accepted submissions, some with a link to a versions, the authors consented to having archived here.

Katrin Angerbauer (University of Stuttgart): “On Tearing up Boxes and the Importance of Different Perspectives

Giulia Barbareschi & Dafne Zuleima Morgado Ramirez (University College London): “Individuality over function: the role of technology in disability identity

Erin Brady (Indiana University – IUPUI): “Harm and Justice in Participatory Accessible Technology Research

Maitraye Das, Katya Borgos-Rodriguez & Anne Marie Piper (Northwestern University): “Rethinking Power and Politics in Accessible Making” — Related CHI Paper Weaving by Touch: A Case Analysis of Accessible Making received an Honorable Mention

Emory Edwards (University of California, Irvine): “Intersectionality, Whiteness, and Transness: Some Considerations for Critical Disability Studies in HCI

Josh Guberman & Luke Kudryashov (University of Michigan): “Beyond Compliance and Able-Normativity: Towards Crip-Conscious Research in HCI

Josh Halstead (CUNY School of Professional Studies): “(Un)knowing disability: Material-discursive intra-actionism designed by design

Deanna Hughes, Leah Beekman & LouAnne Boyd (Chapman University): “Pushing Past Pedagogy: Improving Inclusivity in Research

Amanda Lazar (University of Maryland, College Park): “Dementia as a Disease versus a Disability

Kelly Mack & Sophie Tian (University of Washington): “Why Researchers Working with the Deaf Community Should Learn ASL

Emma McDonnell, Audrey Dejardins & Leah Findlater (University of Washington): “Bridging Accessibility and Disability Studies Research to Speculate Beyond Ability Norms

Gisela Reyes-Cruz, Joel Fisher & Stuart Reeves (University of Nottingham): “New Approaches to Investigate Disability in HCI

Kathryn E. Ringland (Northwestern University) & Annie Forsman-Adams (Washington State Native American Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault): “Sacred by Another Name: Understanding Disability through an Indigenous Studies Lens

Anne Spencer Ross (University of Washington): “A Disability Studies Critique of Developer Tools for App Accessibility

Kristen Shinohara (Rochester Institute of Technology): “Empowering Graduate Students with Disabilities in Computing: Motivation and Direction

Abigale Stangl (University of Texas-Austin): “Reflective Practices as Part of Accessibility Research

Kevin M. Storer & Stacy M. Branham (University of California, Irvine): “Reframing Homes and Families in Accessibility

Anita Ghai (Ambekdar University), Vidhya Yella Reddy (Vision Empower Trust) & Manohar Swaminathan (Microsoft Research): “Assistive technology research and Disability Studies in the Global South: the need for synergy

Emily Q. Wang & Kathryn E. Ringland (Northwestern University): “Paths of Allyship: Communication Preferences and Adapting Qualitative Research Methods with Disabled Bodyminds

Maria Wolters (University of Edinburgh): “But They Mean Well – a Critical Reflection on the Mental Health Data Science Discourse

Momona Yamagami, Katherine M. Steele & Samuel A. Burden (University of Washington): “Disability Studies as a Critical Lens For Investigating Muscle Interfaces