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Kentaro Toyama is W.K. Kellogg Professor of Community Information at the University of Michigan School of Information and a fellow of the Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values at MIT. He is the author of Geek Heresy: Rescuing Social Change from the Cult of Technology .
Opening KeyNote 2: 9:15 Am - 9:45 Am EST
Speaker: Nida Kirmani
Nida Kirmani is Associate Professor of Sociology in the Mushtaq Ahmad Gurmani School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the Lahore University of Management Sciences. She is also Faculty Director of the Saida Waheed Gender Initiative. Nida has published widely on issues related to gender, Islam, women’s movements, development and urban studies in India and Pakistan
Co-Designing with the Iman in a Haram Digital World: Drawing on the Quran and Sunnah to Support People’s Privacy and Information Practices
Karen E. Fisher, Eiad Yafi, Salah Aldin Falioun, Khadijah Saeed Khan
Usable Security and Privacy in Muslim Communities
Elham Al Qahtani, Yousra Javed, Heather Lipford, Mohamed Shehab
Designing E-health with Muslim women who have experienced Miscarriage
Mona Y. Alqassim, Helen Patin, Marta K. Wolters
Faith in well-being-HCI: A study on Islamic-Parareligious Practices in Bangladeshi Rural-Well Being
Sharifa Sultana, Tanjina Tamanna, Rokeya Akter, Zinnat Sultana, Syed Ishtiaque Ahmed
Online Social Media, Image Culture, and Marginalization of Muslim Women
Nusrat Jahan Mim, Syed Ishtiaque Ahmed
Purdah as Privacy: Understanding Privacy in Bangladeshi Islamic Communities
Mohammad Rashidujjaman Rifat, S M Taiabul Haque, Mahiratul Zannat Nabia, Mahdi Nasrullah Al-Ameen, Ashad Kabir, Syed Ishtiaque Ahmed
Performance Ethnography & Islam: Abstracting Thoughts in Performance
Nova Ahmed, Syed Ishtiaque Ahmed, Zebun Nasreen Ahmed, Shammy Akter, Lubna Marium
Perceptions and Constructions of Islam: Reflecting upon Religion from Working with Imazighen in rural Morocco
Sarah Rueller, Konstantin Aal
On the Divide of conceptulazing Islam: Which Islam is represented?
Designing for domestic abuse in Muslim Communities
Hawra Rabaan, Lynn Dombrowski
Hijabi, Proxies, and difference
Promoting Usability and UX Design for More Inclusivity of Muslim Residents and Refugees within Non-Muslim Communities
Research Agenda Discussion: (11:30 Am - 12:45 Pm)
Draft Future Agendas and Action Plans
Moderator: Ishtiaque Ahmed
Zoom links will be emailed to registered participants so Please fill up the form here to register Google Forms
Maryam Mustafa is an Assistant Professor at the Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan. She earned her PhD from the Technical University of Braunschweig in Germany. Mustafa’s current area of research focuses on the gendered design of technologies to promote equitable access for women in Pakistan. She has been working to understand design for maternal health, mental health and connectedness within patriarchal, low-income, low-literate communities in Pakistan.
The workshop will be conducted over one day. In the introduction, we will organize an ice-breaking activity so that participants have a chance to share their personal profiles and expertise. Next, the motivations behind creating an IslamicHCI community will be discussed in round tables, where workshop participants will collaboratively define IslamicHCI and share their thoughts. Selected submissions will be presented covering the three proposed themes to contextualize the discussions. Established HCI researchers will be invited to join the discussions and activities. In groups, participants will brainstorm and draft future research agendas and define action plans. At the end of the workshop, each group will share their agenda for IslamicHCI and receive feedback from peers. Following the workshop, we will share these suggested agendas as well as a group action plans for future research on the workshop website.
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