/ PUBLICATIONS

Books
Adversarial Design, Cambridge: MIT Press, 2012.

Edited Books
Participatory Design and the Learning Sciences. Eds. Betsy DiSalvo, Jason Yip, Elizabeth Bonsginore, and Carl DiSalvo. London: Routledge, 2017.

Book Chapters
DiSalvo, Carl. “The Irony of Drones for Foraging: Exploring the Work of Speculative Interventions.” Design Anthropological Futures. Eds., Rachel Charlotte Smith, Kasper Tang Vangkilde, Mette Gislev Kjaersgaard, Ton Otto, Joachim Halse, and Thomas Binder. Bloomsbury Press. 2016: 139-154.

DiSalvo, Carl. “The Growbot Garden Project as DIY Speculation through Design.” DIY Citizenship: Critical Making and Social Media. Eds. Matt Ratto and Megan Bohler. Cambridge: MIT Press. 2014: 237-248.

DiSalvo, Carl, Andrew Clement, and Volkmar Pipek. “Participatory Design For, With, and By Communities.” International Handbook of Participatory Design. Eds. Jesper Simonsen and Toni Robertson. Oxford: Routledge. 2012: 182-209.

DiSalvo, Carl, and Jonathan Lukens. “Nonanthropocentrism and the Nonhuman in Design: Possibilities for Designing New Forms of Engagement With and Through Technology.” From Social Butterfly to Engaged Citizen. Eds. Marcus Foth, Laura Forlano, Christine Satchell, and Martin Gibbs. Cambridge: MIT Press. 2012, 421-435.

Journal Publications
DiSalvo, Carl. “Design and Prefigurative Politics.” The Journal of Design Strategies, Vol 8., No. 1 (2016): 29-35.

Lodato, Thomas and Carl DiSalvo. “Issue-Oriented Hackathons as Material Participation.” New Media and Society. Vol 18, No. 4 (2016): 539-557.

Brynjarsdóttir Holmer, Hronn, Carl DiSalvo, Phoebe Sengers, and Thomas Lodato. “Constructing and Constraining Participation in Participatory Arts and HCI.” International Journal of Human-Computer Studies. Vol. 74 (2015): 107-123.

DiSalvo, Carl. “Critical Making as Materializing the Politics of Design.” The Information Society. Vol. 30, No. 2 (2014): 96-105.

DiSalvo, Carl. “One Practice Among Many: An Ecology of Practices in Sustainable HCI” in “Commentaries on the Special Issue on Practice-Oriented Approaches to Sustainable HCI.” ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI). Vol. 20, No. 4 (2013): 26.1-27.7.

Le Dantec, Christopher A., and Carl DiSalvo. “Infrastructuring and the Formation of Publics in Participatory Design.” Social Studies of Science. Vol. 43, No. 2 (2013): 241-264.

DiSalvo, Carl, Marti Louw, David Holstius, Illah Nourbakhsh, and Ayca Akin. “Toward a Public Rhetoric Through Participatory Design: Critical Engagements and Creative Expression in the Neighborhood Networks Project.” Design Issues: Special Issue on Participatory Design. Vol. 28, No. 3 (2012): 48-61.

DiSalvo, Carl. “Spectacles and Tropes: Speculative Design and Contemporary Food Cultures.” Fibreculture: Special Issue on Networked Utopias and Speculative Futures. Issue 20, (2012): 109-122.

Lukens, Jonathan and Carl DiSalvo. “Speculative Design as Technological Fluency.” International Journal of Learning. Vol.3, No. 4 (2011): 23-40.

DiSalvo, Carl, Thomas Lodato, Laura Fries, Beth Schechter, Thomas Barnwell. “The Collective Articulation of Issues as Design Practice.” CoDesign. Vol. 7, No. 3-4 (2011): 185-197.

DiSalvo, Carl. “Design and the Construction of Publics.” Design Issues, Vol. 25, No. 1 (2009): 48-63.

Conference Publications
Pierce, James and Carl DiSalvo. “Addressing Network Anxieties with Alternative Design Metaphors.” Forthcoming in the Proceedings of the 2018 Conference on Human Factors in Computing System.

DiSalvo, Carl and Tom Jenkins. Fruit Are Heavy: A Prototype Public IoT System to Support Urban Foraging. In Proceedings of the 2017 Conference on Designing Interactive Systems ACM Press (2017): 541-553.

Pierce, James and Carl DiSalvo.Dark Clouds, Io&#!+, and [Crystal Ball Emoji]: Projecting Network Anxieties with Alternative Design Metaphors. In Proceedings of the 2017 Conference on Designing Interactive Systems. ACM Press: 1383-1393.

Jenkins, Tom, Christopher A. Le Dantec, Carl DiSalvo, Thomas Lodato, and Mariam Asad. Object-Oriented Publics. In CHI ’16: Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM Press (2016): 827-839.

Boehner, Kirsten and Carl DiSalvo. Data, Design and Civics: An Exploratory Study of Civic Tech. In CHI ’16: Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM Press (2016): 2970-2981.

DiSalvo, Carl, Tom Jenkins, and Thomas Lodato. Designing Speculative Civics. In CHI ’16: Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM Press (2016): 4979-4990.

Pierce, James, Phoebe Sengers, Tad Hirsch, Carl DiSalvo, Bill Gaver, and Tom Jenkins. Expanding and Refining Design and Criticality in HCI. In CHI ‘15: Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM Press (2015): 2082-2092.

DiSalvo, Carl, Jonathan Lukens, Thomas Lodato, Tom Jenkins, and Tanyoung Kim. Making Public Things: How HCI Design Can Express Matters of Concern. In CHI ‘14: Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM Press (2014): 2397-2406.

Brynjarsdóttir, Hrönn, Maria Håkansson, James Pierce, Eric P. S. Baumer, Carl DiSalvo, and Phoebe Sengers. “Sustainably Unpersuaded: How Persuasion Narrows Our Vision of Sustainability.” CHI ‘12: Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM Press (2012): 947-956.

DiSalvo, Carl, Hrönn Brynjarsdóttir, and Phoebe Sengers. “Mapping the Landscape of Sustainable HCI.” CHI ‘10: Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM Press (2010): 1975-1984.

DiSalvo, Carl. “Design, Democracy, and Agonistic Pluralism.” DRS ‘10: Proceedings of the 2010 Design Research Society Conference. (2010): 1-10 (digital proceedings).

DiSalvo, Carl, and Jonathan Lukens. “Towards a Critical Technological Fluency: The Confluence of Speculative Design and Community Technology Programs.” DAC ‘09: Proceedings of the 2009 Digital and Arts and Culture Conference. (2009): 1-5

DiSalvo, Carl, Marti Louw, Julina Coupland, and MaryAnn Steiner. “Local Issues, Local Uses: Tools for Robotics and Sensing in Community Contexts.” C & C ‘09: Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Creativity and Cognition. ACM Press (2009): 245-254.

DiSalvo, Carl, Kirsten Boehner, Nicholas A. Knouf, and Phoebe Sengers. “Nourishing the Ground for Sustainable HCI: Considerations from Ecologically Engaged Art.” CHI ‘09: Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM Press (2009): 385-394.

DiSalvo, Carl, David Holstius, Illah Nourbakhsh, Ayca Akin, and Marti Louw. “The Neighborhood Networks Project: A Case Study of Critical Engagements and Creative Expression Through Participatory Design.” PDC ‘08: Proceedings of the ACM Participatory Design Conference. ACM Press (2008): 41-50.

Other Publications
DiSalvo, Carl. “Strange Weather: Designing for the Anthropocene,” re:form: A Field Guide to the Designed World. Retrieved February 1, 2015. https://medium.com/re-form/

DiSalvo, Carl. “The Need for Design History in HCI.” interactions 21, 6 (2014): 20-21.

DiSalvo, Carl, Melissa Gregg, and Thomas Lodato. “Building Belonging.” interactions 21, 4 (2014):
58-61.

Gregg, Melissa and Carl DiSalvo. “The Trouble with White Hats.” The New Inquiry. November 21st, 2013. http://thenewinquiry.com/essays/the-trouble-with-white-hats/

DiSalvo, Carl. “Community and Conflict.” interactions 18, 6 (2011): 24-26.