Handwork and computing are not as separate as you may think | Medea Vox

In this Medea Vox episode, scholars Daniela K. Rosner and Per Linde discuss why women’s design contributions are often excluded in the history of engineering and innovation. They then move on to discuss a project where menstrual product dispensers are placed in public settings – a project that explores collective responsibility for public Internet of Things applications.

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Per Linde is senior lecturer and researcher in Interaction Design at Malmö University. Daniela K. Rosner is assistant professor in Human Centered Design & Engineering at the University of Washington where she studies the social, political, and material circumstances of technology development.

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