Publications for Culturally Situated Design Tools


Eglash, R., Bennett, A., O'Donnell, C., Jennings, S., and Cintorino, M. "Culturally Situated Design Tools: Ethnocomputing from Field Site to Classroom." American Anthropologist, Vol. 108, No. 2. (2006), pp. 347�362.

Eglash, R. Ethnocomputing with Native American Design. In L. E. Dyson, S. Grant, & M. Hendriks (Eds.), Information Technology and Indigenous People (pp. 210�219), IGI-Global 2007.

Eglash, R and Bennett, A. "Teaching with Hidden Capital: Agency in Children’s Computational Explorations of Cornrow Hairstyles." Children, Youth and Environments pp. 58-74, 19 (1) 2009.

Eglash, R., Krishnamoorthy, M., Sanchez, J., and Woodbridge, A. Fractal simulations of African design in pre-college computing education. ACM Transactions on Computing Education, v11 n3 Article 17 Oct 2011.

Bill Babbitt, Dan Lyles, and Ron Eglash. “From Ethnomathematics to Ethnocomputing: Indigenous algorithms in traditional context and contemporary simulation.”

Eglash, R, Gilbert, J, Taylor, V, and Geier S. "Culturally Responsive Computing in Urban After-School Contexts: Two Approaches."

Bennett, A. and Eglash, R. "C-SELF (Computer Science Education from Life): Broadening Participation through Design Agency"

Poirier, L., Eglash, R, and Babbitt, B. "Adinkra Symbols"

Babbitt, Lachney, Bulley, and Eglash: "Adinkra Mathematics: A study of ethnocomputing in Ghana"

Lachney, Babbitt, and Eglash: "Software design in the Construction Genre of Learning Technology: Alternatives to the Content Agnostic Approach"

Lachney, M., Appiah, J., Bennett, A., Eglash, R., Modeling in Ethnocomputing: replacing bi-directional flows with recursive emergence

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