I have published in Associated Computing Machinery (ACM) venues like Human-Computer Interaction and Computer-Supported Cooperative Work, in addition to writing journalistic and public facing pieces. I have organized panels and presented at different conferences across information science, feminist studies, anthropology, science and technology studies. I am an active member of some incredible anti-caste communities with whom I have the privilege of organizing, theorizing and imagining Dalit futures. I am also a creative writer and I’m always looking to collaborate and expand my scholarship to new venues and spaces!


Workshop papers

Caste, Capital And Computing: Locating Relations of Caste and Gender within the Political Economy of Computing
Interactive Tabletops Aren’t Going To Situate Themselves
Against the Odds - Feminist Theory and Practice in India

Conference papers

Surpanakha Studying Up, Down and Sideways
Traveling Inequalities - Politics of Aspirations in ICT4Development work

Organized panels

Media & Press

Invited talks

Panelist for the Workshop on Interdisciplinary Research and Writing organized by C.A.R.E

Invited talk in School of Interactive Arts and Technology, Simon Fraser University

Invited talk in Dept. of Media and Information, Michigan State University

Invited talk in School of Information, University of Toronto

Invited talk in Dept. of Gender, Women’s and Sexuality Studies, University of Washington

Keynote speaker for the online course on The Digital Everyday organized by Point of View
Moderator in the Anti-Caste Histories and Solidarities Lectures by Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung
Panelist at the Ayyankali Conference organized by Nalanda Labs
Consultation and Talk at IBM Quantum
Speaker at Muktiparv organized by Digital Nalanda

Other writing