BLOG POSTS

2018, February. "An Anthropologist in Tech." Medium (originally published on the Spire Digital blog).

2016, September. Guest blogger for public anthropology blog Anthrodendum (formerly Savage Minds): 

2016, June 6. “Karen Ho: A Profile.” EPIC (Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Conference) Profile Series.

2016, June 29. "Gender and Tech in India: From Numbers to Gender Equality." Platypus, the CASTAC (Committee on the Anthropology of Science, Technology, and Computing) Blog.

(Contributing author) 2013, November 20.  "Conference Chic, or, How to Dress Like an Anthropologist." By Carole McGranahan with Kate Fischer, Rachel Fleming, Willi Lempert, and Marnie Thomson. Savage Minds blog. 

 

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

In preparation. “Gendered Time in Bangalore: Vulnerability, Disappointment, and Temporal Liminality in India’s Tech City.” Manuscript for Ethnos.

In preparation. “City Culture: Friendship, Intimacy, and the Urban Imagination for Professional Women in Bangalore, India.” Manuscript for City & Society.

2018. “‘Work is just for Timepass’: Gendered Inversions of Productive and Non‐productive Time for Women Technology Workers in Bangalore.” Voices: A Publication of the Association for Feminist Anthropology 13(1): 88-98.

2018. “Women and Engendering ‘Non‐Productive’ Time.” Co-author with Elise Andaya. Introduction to Special Issue on Gender and Time. Voices: A Publication of the Association for Feminist Anthropology 13(1): 55-61.

2009. “Creative Economic Development, Sustainability, and Exclusion in Rural Areas.” In special issue “Creative Cities.” Geographical Review 99(1): 61-80.

2004. “Resisting Cultural Standardization: Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann and the Revitalization of Traditional Music in Ireland.”  Journal of Folklore Research 41(2-3): 227-257.

Resources on Feminism, Technology, India (sometimes together)

Why Loiter?, a blog about women in urban India who hang around, and thereby claim public space

Feminism in India, an intersectional platform for feminist issues in South Asia

Tropes versus Women, Feminist Frequency's spot-on critiques that are useful for teaching

Logic Magazine, a new take on technology journalism

The Scholar & Feminist Online, a webjournal from the Barnard Center for Research on Women