Ethnographic Practice in Industry Conference

Computer Human Interaction

Human Computer Interaction Institute

American Anthropological Association

Anthropology and Environment

Society for Visual Anthropology

Selected Presentations

(with Charley Scull) “Ethnographic Thinking for Wicked Problems: Framing Systemic Challenges and Catalyzing Change” Tutorial at Ethnographic Practice in Industry Conference, September 2016

“How Ethnography Informs Design” Future of Fish: Designing the Future of Sustainable Fishing, July 2009

“Hackers as Healers: Finding Inspiration for Sustainable Technology Design” Exposed: A Design Research Exchange, Phoenix, AZ, March 2009

“'My House Made Me Green,’ or ‘Why I’m not a Treehugger'” American Anthropological Association 106th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, November 2008

“Green Networks: Shifting Subjectivities and 'New’ Environmental Values” Students and Educators Environmental Discussions (SEED 2) :: Panelist, San Francisco, CA, April 2008

“Hackers as Healers: Finding Inspiration for Sustainable Technology Design” Computer Human Interaction (CHI), Panelist on “Beyond the Hype: Sustainability and HCI” Florence, IT, April 2008

“Dead, Dying and Disabled Technologies: Finding Inspiration for Sustainable Design” Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meeting :: Panelist on “New Directions in Engaged Anthropology: Technologies, Empowerment, and Sustainability,” Memphis, TN, March 2008

“Bright Green: Social Sustainability and Technology” Sustainable Practices, Interactive Telecommunications Program, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University, April 2007

“From Hippy to Hip: Exploring Domestic Praxis in Green Homes” Networking Ecological Footprints Research Team, Human Computer Interaction Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, February 2007

(with Sue Faulkner) “ ‘Why are you taking my picture?’: Navigating the Cultural Contexts of Visual Procurement” Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Conference, Portland, OR, September 2006

“Network Compatibilities: The Internet and the Earth Liberation Front” American Anthropological Association 104th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC., November 2005