Insights

Books

(In Contract). FemWork: Pathways to Inclusive Labor. (Payal Arora, Usha Raman, & René König). Open Access book with Amsterdam University Press.

(In review). Can researchers be apolitical? (René König , Payal Arora, & Usha Raman.) In Mirko Tobias Schäfer, co-founder of the Utrecht Data School and Tracey P. Lauriault, Associate Professor at Carleton University (Eds) ‘Making a Difference: Novel Research Methods in the Datafied Society.’ Amsterdam University Press: Open access book.  

Research Papers

(In review). Can researchers be apolitical? (René König , Payal Arora, & Usha Raman.) Chapter in ‘Making a Difference: Novel Research Methods in the Datafied Society.’ Amsterdam University Press: Open access book.  

(In review): Workshops as co-designed practice (Siddharth Peter de Souza, Siddhi Gupta, Chinar Mehta, Payal Arora and Usha Raman) Design Issues

(Forth): Collectivisation by design: Shaping the future of work through a feminist framework (Mehta, C, Arora, P; Raman, U.): Chapter in The SAGE Handbook of Human-Machine Communication

(Forth): Feminist approaches to designing location-based platforms in India (Bansal, P & Arora, P): Chapter in Palgrave: Platformization and Informality

(2022): Fair Work, Feminist Design and Women’s Labor Collectives (Arora, P; & Raman, U.): Chapter in M.Graham and F. Ferrari ‘Digital Work in the Planetary Market’ MIT Press (open access)

(2021): Agency and servitude in platform labour (Sai Amulya Komarraju, Arora, P; Raman, U.): Special Issue ‘Reclaiming the human in machine cultures’ Media Culture & Society Journal

(2021): Special Issue on ‘Cross-cultural feminist technologies’ (blog) & full essay with Rumman Chowdhury, director of the Machine Learning Ethics, Transparency, and Accountability team at Twitter) Global PerspectivesUC Press

(2020): Feminist solidarity through mapping (Fem Map): (Juliana Guarany with Siddharth Peter de Souza) Chapter in ‘Crowdsourcing, Constructing & Collaborating: Methods and Social Impacts of Mapping the World Today’

(2020): Unchain the human in the Global Value Chain (Arora, P): Chapter in The Great Redesign