The Antiracism & Technology Design Research Seminar Series hosts speakers from around the world who center issues of race, intersectionality, design, technology, and sociotechnical systems in their work.
We consider the practice of technology design across scale and process in concert with theories of antiracism and intersectionality.
The seminar builds a community of scholars engaged in these topics and creates epistemic space for cross-disciplinary conversations on the intersections of technology, race, and social equity.
The seminar is part of the Space Enabled Research Group's Antiracism & Technology Design Research Project, which aims to support the creation and sustenance of equity across intersectional racial groups with the development, design, and distribution of technology across scale.
To apply to attend this research seminar series, please e-mail Dr. Katlyn Turner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To nominate speakers to the series please fill out this form.