Research

Peer-Reviewed Archived Publications

2018

  • Social Media for Earthquake Response: Unpacking its Limitations with Care
    Marisol Wong-Villacres, Cristina Velasquez, and Neha Kumar
    CSCW
  • Care as a Resource for Underserved Learning Environments
    Naveena Karusala, Aditya Vishwanath, Arkadeep Kumar, Aman Mangal, and Neha Kumar
    CSCW
  • “Is Twitter meant for celebrities only?” A Qualitative Study of Twitter Use in India
    Neha Kumar
    In Abigail De Kosnik & Keith Feldman (eds.), #identity: Hashtagging Race, Gender, Sex, and Nation. University of Michigan Press. Forthcoming.
  • #ifafricawasabar: Participation on Twitter across African Borders
    Naveena Karusala, Trevor Perrier, and Neha Kumar
    In Abigail De Kosnik & Keith Feldman (eds.), #identity: Hashtagging Race, Gender, Sex, and Nation. University of Michigan Press. Forthcoming.

2017

2016

2015

2004-2014

Peer-Reviewed Workshop Papers and Abstracts 

2017

  • Taking a Feminist Approach to Feminist Futures
    Naveena Karusala, Michael Muller, and Neha Kumar
    CSCW Workshop on Imagining Intersectional Futures
  • Twitter as an Across-Border Social Media Platform: Who is Participating?
    Naveena Karusala, Trevor Perrier, and Neha Kumar
    CHI Symposium on HCI Across Borders
  • Designing for Use and Non-Use: The Case of Neighborhood Clinics
    Azra Ismail, Naveena Karusala, and Neha Kumar
    CHI Symposium on HCI Across Borders
  • Crossing Disciplinary Borders to Address Challenges of HIV Outreach
    Samyukta Sherugar, Rajesh Chandwani, and Neha Kumar
    CHI Symposium on HCI Across Borders
  • Virtual Reality for Many Kinds of Learning
    Aditya Vishwanath and Neha Kumar
    CHI Symposium on HCI Across Borders
  • A Tale of Two (Smart) Cities: Atlanta (USA) and Cox’s Bazar (Bangladesh) 
    Mehrab Bin Morshed, Jay Chen, and Neha Kumar
    CHI Symposium on HCI Across Borders
  • Designing Technologies for Non-Dominant Communities to Cross Social-Cultural Borders
    Marisol Wong-Villacres, Betsy DiSalvo, and Neha Kumar
    CHI Symposium on HCI Across Borders
  • Social Computing & Development
    Michaelanne Dye, Amy Bruckman, and Neha Kumar
    CHI Symposium on HCI Across Borders
  • ICT for an Inclusive Ecology of Parental Engagement: An Assets-Based Approach
    Marisol Wong-Villacres, Neha Kumar, and Betsy DiSalvo
    IDC Workshop on Equity and Inclusivity

2016

  • Targeting Sustainable Development Goal #5 Towards Gender Equality
    Neha Kumar, Syed Ishtiaque Ahmed, Nova Ahmed, Faheem Hussain, and Aditi Dhar
    ICTD Open Session
  • Agricultural Knowledge Management in Rural China: Learning from Existing Approaches in India
    Rui Zhou, Jasmine Hentschel, and Neha Kumar
    CHI Workshop on HCI Across Borders
  • Zero-Rating Plans Across Borders
    Mehrab Bin Morshed and Neha Kumar
    CHI Workshop on HCI Across Borders
  • Online Learning Across Diverse Low-Resource Indian Contexts
    Aditya Vishwanath, Arkadeep Kumar, and Neha Kumar
    CHI Workshop on HCI Across Borders

2015

  • Balancing the Local and Global
    Neha Kumar
    Participatory Progress on the Digital Divide
  • Being Gender-Aware in ICTD Research
    Neha Kumar and Nicola Dell
    ICTD Open Session
  • Ten Years of Facebook
    Brady Robards, Sian Lincoln, Neha Kumar, Alice Marwick, and Ben Light
    Association of Internet Researchers

2014

  • The ‘Mobility’ of Indian Youth
    Neha Kumar
    Madison South Asia Conference

2012

  • Mobile Media and Piracy in India
    Neha Kumar and Tapan Parikh
    Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK and Commonwealth