Sai Shruthi Chivukula
Position This article represents my reflection on feminism and design. Its goal is to provoke your own feminist position on design and help you to navigate this space through understanding the feminist values embedded in design. Does writing this article mean that I am a feminist scholar? Could I come across as a "feminist killjoy"? Or a scholar in the process of "becoming"? Do I write it because I believe in everyday feminism? Or because I love to voice the power of design that embeds feminist values? The answer is, in part, all of these, but mostly the latter:…
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