Response I am delighted to offer a reaction to Sai Shruthi Chivukula's piece, "Feminisms Through Design: A Practical Guide to Implement and Extend Feminism." Chivukula begins her article as a response to my 2010 paper "Feminist HCI: Taking Stock and Outlining and Agenda for Design," including its citation history and some of its diverse impacts. I'd like to begin by speaking more personally about that paper's impacts on me. "Feminist HCI" was my first ever paper accepted to the CHI conference, following more failed attempts than I care to acknowledge here. Today it is my most cited work. To…
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