OLIVER L.
HAIMSON,
Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

PUBLICATIONS

2023

Oliver L. Haimson, Kai Nham, Hibby Thach, and Aloe DeGuia. 2023. How Transgender People and Communities Were Involved in Trans Technology Design Processes. In Proceedings of the 2023 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '23).
[open-access link] [PDF] [video]

Lauren Wilcox, Renee Shelby, Rajesh Veeraraghavan, Oliver L. Haimson, Gabi Erickson, Michael Turken, and Beka Gulotta. 2023. Infrastructuring Care Ecologies: How Trans and Non-Binary People Meet Health and Well-Being Needs through Technology. In Proceedings of the 2023 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '23).
[link] [PDF] [video]

Josh Guberman and Oliver L. Haimson. 2023. Not Robots; Cyborgs — Furthering Anti-Ableist Research in Human-Computer Interaction. First Monday (special issue on This feature has been disabled: Critical intersections of disability and information studies).
[open-access link]



2022

Ben Zefeng Zhang, Oliver L. Haimson, and Michaelanne Thomas. 2022. The Chinese Diaspora and The Attempted WeChat Ban: Platform Precarity, Anticipated Impacts, and Infrastructural Migration. Proceedings of the ACM Human Computer Interaction (PACM HCI), (CSCW 2022), forthcoming.
[link] [PDF] [video]

Ben Zefeng Zhang, Tianxiao Liu, Shanley Corvite, Nazanin Andalibi, and Oliver L. Haimson. 2022. Separate Online Networks During Life Transitions: Support, Identity, and Challenges in Social Media and Online Communities. Proceedings of the ACM Human Computer Interaction (PACM HCI), (CSCW 2022), forthcoming.
[link] [PDF] [video]

Shanley Corvite, Ben Zefeng Zhang, and Oliver L. Haimson. 2022. Social Media's Role During Identity Changes Related to Major Life Events. Proceedings of the ACM Human Computer Interaction (PACM HCI), (CSCW 2022), forthcoming.
[link] [PDF] [video]

Hibby Thach, Samuel Mayworm, Daniel Delmonaco, and Oliver L. Haimson. 2022. (In)visible moderation: A digital ethnography of marginalized users and content moderation on Twitch and Reddit. New Media & Society.
[link] [PDF] [press]

Daniel Delmonaco and Oliver L. Haimson. 2022. "Nothing That I was Specifically Looking For": LGBTQ+ Youth and Intentional Sexual Health Information Seeking. Journal of LGBT Youth.
[link] [PDF] [press]

Oliver L. Haimson and Megh Marathe. 2022. Uncovering Personal Histories: A Technology-Mediated Approach to Eliciting Reflection on Identity Transitions. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI) (special issue on (Re)Connecting History to the Theory and Praxis of HCI), forthcoming.
[link] [PDF] [video]

Daniel Delmonaco, Shannon Li, Christian Paneda, Luna Hughson, Elliot Popoff, Laura Jadwin-Cakmak, Gary W. Harper, and Oliver L. Haimson. 2022. Information Needs for an Online Resource for LGBTQ+ Young People: Mental Health, Sexual Health, and Navigating Services. Currents: Journal of Diversity Scholarship for Social Change (special issue on Mental Health among Marginalized Communities).
[link] [PDF]



2021

Oliver L. Haimson, Daniel Delmonaco, Peipei Nie, and Andrea Wegner. 2021. Disproportionate Removals and Differing Content Moderation Experiences for Conservative, Transgender, and Black Social Media Users: Marginalization and Moderation Gray Areas Proceedings of the ACM Human Computer Interaction (PACM HCI) (CSCW 2021).
Honorable Mention Award
Recognition for Contribution to Diversity & Inclusion
[open-access link] [PDF] [video] [summary]

Oliver L. Haimson, Tianxiao Liu, Ben Zefeng Zhang, and Shanley Corvite. 2021. The Online Authenticity Paradox: What Being "Authentic" on Social Media Means, and Barriers to Achieving It. Proceedings of the ACM Human Computer Interaction (PACM HCI) (CSCW 2021).
[link] [PDF] [video]

Shakira L. Smith, Oliver L. Haimson, Claire Fitzsimmons, and Nikki Echarte Brown (a community report by the Salty Algorithmic Bias Collective). 2021. Censorship of Marginalized Communities on Instagram. Salty.
[link]

Justin Buss, Hayden Le, and Oliver L. Haimson. 2021. Transgender identity management across social media platforms. Media, Culture & Society.
[link] [PDF]

Taika Augustaitis, Leland Merrill, Kristi E. Gamarel, and Oliver L. Haimson. 2021. Online Transgender Health Information Seeking: Facilitators, Barriers, and Future Directions. In Proceedings of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '21).
[open-access link] [PDF] [video]

Oliver L. Haimson. 2021. Online Communities. In The SAGE Encyclopedia of Trans Studies. SAGE Publications, Inc.
[link] [PDF]

Oliver L. Haimson, AJ Carter, Shanley Corvite, Brookelyn Wheeler, Lingbo Wang, Tianxiao Liu, and Alexxus Lige. 2021. The Major Life Events Taxonomy: Social Readjustment, Social Media Information Sharing, and Online Network Separation During Times of Life Transition. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST).
[open-access link] [PDF] [taxonomy]

Sarita Schoenebeck, Oliver L. Haimson, and Lisa Nakamura. 2021. Drawing from Justice Theories to Support Targets of Online Harassment. New Media & Society.
[link] [PDF] [press]



2020

Oliver L. Haimson, Justin Buss, Zu Weinger, Denny L. Starks, Dykee Gorrell, and Briar Sweetbriar Baron. 2020. Trans Time: Safety, Privacy, and Content Warnings on a Transgender-Specific Social Media Site. Proceedings of the ACM Human Computer Interaction (PACM HCI) (CSCW 2020).
[link] [PDF] [video]

Tianxiao Liu, Jasmine Glover, and Oliver L. Haimson. 2020. Reasons for Sharing With Separate Social Media Audiences During Life Transitions. Extended Abstracts of the 2020 CSCW Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing.
[link] [PDF]

Daniel Delmonaco, Gabriela Marcu, and Oliver L. Haimson. 2020. Search Engines and the Sex Education Information Practices of LGBTQ+ Youth. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIST).
[link]

Daniel Delmonaco, Oliver L. Haimson, and Gabriela Marcu. 2020. Community-Based Development of LGBTQ+ Health Information Resources. Proceedings of Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE).
[link]

Thomas J Billard, Traci B. Abbott, Oliver L. Haimson, Kelsey N. Whipple, Stephenson Brooks Whitestone, and Erique Zhang. 2020. Rethinking (and Retheorizing) Transgender Media Representation: A Roundtable Discussion. International Journal of Communication.
[link] [PDF]

Oliver L. Haimson, Dykee Gorrell, Denny L. Starks, and Zu Weinger. 2020. Designing Trans Technology: Defining Challenges and Envisioning Community-Centered Solutions. ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.
Best Paper Award
[link] [PDF] [blog] [video] [video] [images]

Oliver L. Haimson and Tiffany C. Veinot. 2020. Coming Out to Doctors, Coming Out to 'Everyone': Understanding the Average Sequence of Transgender Identity Disclosures Using Social Media Data. Transgender Health.
[open-access link] [PDF]

Oliver L. Haimson. 2020. Challenging "Getting Better" Social Media Narratives With Intersectional Transgender Lived Experiences. Social Media + Society.
[open-access link] [PDF]



2019

Koustuv Saha, Sang Chan Kim, Manikanta D. Reddy, Albert J. Carter, Eva Sharma, Oliver L. Haimson, and Munmun De Choudhury. 2019. The Language of LGBTQ+ Minority Stress Experiences on Social Media. Proceedings of the ACM Human Computer Interaction (PACM HCI) (CSCW 2019).
[link] [PDF]

Oliver L. Haimson, Avery Dame-Griff, Elias Capello, and Zahari Richter. 2019. Tumblr was a Trans Technology: The Meaning, Importance, History, and Future of Trans Technologies. Feminist Media Studies.
[open-access link] [PDF] [blog]

Katta Spiel, Oliver L. Haimson, and Danielle Lottridge. 2019. How to Do Better with Gender on Surveys: A Guide for HCI Researchers. ACM Interactions Magazine.
[link] [PDF] [blog]

Denny Starks, Tawanna Dillahunt, and Oliver L. Haimson. 2019. Designing Technology to Support Safety for Transgender Women & Non-Binary People of Color. Designing Interactive Systems (DIS) Companion Publication.
[link] [PDF]

Oliver L. Haimson. 2019. Mapping Gender Transition Sentiment Patterns via Social Media Data: Toward Decreasing Transgender Mental Health Disparities. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA) (special issue on Health Informatics and Health Equity: Improving Our Reach and Impact).
[open-access link] [PDF] [blog]

Blake W. Hawkins, Nazanin Andalibi, and Oliver L. Haimson. 2019. Helpful Information to Whom? An Intersectional Critique of the ‘It Gets Better Project'. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIST).
[link]



2018

Oliver L. Haimson. 2018. Social Media as Social Transition Machinery. Proceedings of the ACM Human Computer Interaction (PACM HCI) (CSCW 2018).
Honorable Mention Award
[link] [PDF] [blog]

Nazanin Andalibi, Oliver L. Haimson, Munmun De Choudhury, and Andrea Forte. 2018. Social Support, Reciprocity, and Anonymity in Responses to Sexual Abuse Disclosures on Social Media. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI).
[link] [PDF]

Mia Fischer, Oliver L. Haimson, Carmen Rios, Adrienne Shaw, Mitali Thakor, Jen Jack Gieseking, and Daniel Cockayne. 2018. A Conversation: Queer Digital Media Resources and Research. First Monday (special issue on Queer Internet Studies).
[open-access link]

Oliver L. Haimson. 2018. The Social Complexities of Transgender Identity Disclosure on Social Media. Doctoral dissertation. University of California, Irvine.
[link]

Blake W. Hawkins and Oliver L. Haimson. 2018. Building an Online Community of Care: Tumblr Use by Transgender Individuals. Proceedings of GEWINN / Gender & IT Conference.
[link]

Samantha Jaroszewski, Danielle Lottridge, Oliver L. Haimson, and Katie Quehl. 2018. “Genderfluid” or “Attack Helicopter”: Responsible HCI Research Practice with Non-Binary Gender Variation in Online Communities. ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.
[link] [PDF]



2017

Oliver L. Haimson. 2017. Digital and Physical Barriers to Changing Identities. XRDS: Crossroads, The ACM Magazine for Students.
[link] [PDF]

Mark S. Baldwin, Gillian R. Hayes, Jennifer Mankoff, Oliver L. Haimson, and Scott E. Hudson. 2017. The Tangible Desktop: A Multimodal Approach to Nonvisual Computing. ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing (TACCESS).
[link] [PDF]

Oliver L. Haimson, Nazanin Andalibi, Munmun De Choudhury, and Gillian R. Hayes. 2017. Relationship Breakup Disclosures and Media Ideologies on Facebook. New Media and Society.
[link] [PDF]

Oliver L. Haimson and Gillian R. Hayes. 2017. ICWSM Conference on Web and Social Media.
[link] [PDF] [blog]

Oliver L. Haimson and John C. Tang. 2017. What Makes Live Events Engaging on Facebook Live, Periscope, and Snapchat. ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.
[link] [PDF] [blog]

Eugenia Ha Rim Rho, Oliver L. Haimson, Nazanin Andalibi, Melissa Mazmanian, and Gillian R. Hayes. 2017. Class Confessions: Restorative Properties in Online Experiences of Socioeconomic Stigma. ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.
[link] [PDF]



2016

Rena Bivens and Oliver L. Haimson. Baking Gender Into Social Media Design: How Platforms Shape Categories for Users and Advertisers. 2016. Social Media + Society (special issue on Making Digital Cultures of Gender and Sexuality with Social Media).
[open-access link] [PDF] [blog]

Michael Madaio, Shang-Tse Chen, Oliver L. Haimson, Wenwen Zhang, Xiang Cheng, Matthew Hinds-Aldrich, Duen Horng (Polo) Chau, and Bistra Dilikina. 2016. Firebird: Predicting Fire Risk and Prioritizing Fire Inspections in Atlanta. ACM SIGKDD Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining.
Best Student Paper Runner-Up Award
[link] [PDF] [site]

Oliver L. Haimson and Anna Lauren Hoffmann. 2016. Constructing and Enforcing "Authentic" Identity Online: Facebook, Real Names, and Non-Normative Identities. First Monday (special issue on A Decade of Web 2.0: Reflections, Critical Perspectives, and Beyond).
[open-access link]

Oliver L. Haimson, Jed R. Brubaker, Lynn Dombrowski, and Gillian R. Hayes. 2016. Digital Footprints and Changing Networks During Online Identity Transitions. ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.
Honorable Mention Award
[link] [PDF]

Nazanin Andalibi, Oliver L. Haimson, Munmun De Choudhury, and Andrea Forte. 2016. Understanding Social Media Disclosures of Sexual Abuse Through the Lenses of Support Seeking and Anonymity. ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.
[link] [PDF]

John Schomberg, Oliver L. Haimson, Gillian R. Hayes, and Hoda Anton-Culver. 2016. Supplementing Public Health Inspection via Social Media. PLoS ONE.
[open-access link] [PDF]

Corrin Morgan, Aaron Noble, Erica Alexander, Jerome Watts, and Oliver L. Haimson. 2016. #ReproHealth: A State-Based Investigation of Reproductive Health Rights Policy and Social Media Activity. iConference.
[link] [PDF]

Jessica Pater, Oliver L. Haimson, Nazanin Andalibi, and Elizabeth Mynatt. 2016. “Hunger Hurts but Starving Works:” Characterizing the Presentation of Eating Disorders Online. ACM CSCW Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing. [link] [PDF]



2015

Mobile Video Modeling for Employment Interviews for Individuals with Autism
Gillian R. Hayes, V. Erick Custodio, Oliver L. Haimson, Kathy Nguyen, Kathryn E. Ringland, Rachel Rose Ulgado, Aaron Waterhouse, Rachel Weiner
Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation 43(3), October 2015
[link]

Evaluating a Collaborative iPad Game’s Impact on Social Relationships for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
LouAnne E. Boyd, Kathryn E. Ringland, Oliver L. Haimson, Helen Fernandez, Maria Bistarkey, Gillian R. Hayes
ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing (TACCESS) 7(1), June 2015
[link] [PDF]

Online Inspiration and Exploration for Identity Reinvention
Oliver L. Haimson, Anne E. Bowser, Edward F. Melcer, Elizabeth F. Churchill
ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, May 2015, p. 3809-3818
(acceptance rate: 23%)
[link] [PDF]

On Vintage Values: The Experience of Secondhand Fashion Reacquisition
Anne E. Bowser, Oliver L. Haimson, Edward F. Melcer, Elizabeth F. Churchill
ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, May 2015, p. 897-906
(acceptance rate: 23%)
[link] [PDF]

User Response to Facebook’s Custom Gender Options (short paper, lightly peer-reviewed)
Oliver L. Haimson, Jed R. Brubaker, Courtney Loder, Lynn Dombrowski, Gillian R. Hayes
iConference, March 2015
[PDF]

Disclosure, Stress, and Support During Gender Transition on Facebook
Oliver L. Haimson, Jed R. Brubaker, Lynn Dombrowski, Gillian R. Hayes
ACM CSCW Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing, March 2015, p. 1176-1190
Honorable Mention Award
(acceptance rate: 28%)
[link] [PDF]



2014

DDF Seeks Same: Sexual Health-Related Language in Online Personal Ads For Men Who Have Sex With Men
Oliver L. Haimson, Jed R. Brubaker, Gillian R. Hayes
ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, April 2014, p. 1615-1624
(acceptance rate: 23%)
[link] [PDF]

Using Depression Analytics to Reduce Stigma via Social Media: BlueFriends (short paper, lightly peer-reviewed)
Oliver L. Haimson, Kathryn E. Ringland, Simone Lanette, Christine T. Wolf
iConference (Social Media Expo), March 2014
[link] [PDF]



2013

Information Occupation: Using Information Science to Explore Occupy Wall Street (short paper, lightly peer-reviewed)
Oliver L. Haimson, Josh Cartagena
iConference, February 2013
[link] [PDF]



Workshops and Panels Co-Organized

Life Transitions and Social Technologies: Research and Design for Times of Life Change
Oliver L. Haimson, Bryan Semaan, Brianna Dym, Joey Chiao-Yin Hsiao, Daniel Herron, Wendy Moncur
Workshop at CSCW, November 2019
[link] [PDF] [site]

HCI and Sensitive Life Experiences
Daniel Herron, Nazanin Andalibi, Oliver L. Haimson, Wendy Moncur, Elise van den Hoven
Workshop at NordiCHI, October 2016
[link] [PDF]

Being Queer in Computing Environments
Gopi Kannabiran, Steve Chenoweth, Oliver L. Haimson, Kyle Overton
Birds of a Feather session at ACM Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing Conference, September 2016

Between the Lines: Reevaluating the Online/Offline Binary
Sarah Vieweg, Oliver L. Haimson, Michael Massimi, Kenton O'Hara, Elizabeth F. Churchill
Workshop at CHI, April 2015
[link] [PDF]

Exploring Gender, Race, and Sexuality with Social Media Data
Oliver L. Haimson, Amanda Menking, Jordan Eschler, Ingrid Erickson, Gillian R. Hayes
Workshop at iConference, March 2015
[link] [PDF]

Facebooking in "Face:" Complex Identities Meet Simple Databases
Mark Handel, Rena Bivens, Jed R. Brubaker, Oliver L. Haimson, Jessa Lingel, Svetlana Yarosh
Panel at CSCW, March 2015
[link] [PDF]



Workshop Papers (Lightly Peer-Reviewed)

The Chinese Diaspora: Overlapping Life Transitions, Barriers, and HCI
Ben Zefeng Zhang, Michaelanne Dye, Oliver L. Haimson
CHI workshop on Migration and Mobility in HCI: Rethinking Boundaries, Methods, and Impact, May 2021
[PDF]

Gender Inclusivity at SIGCHI
Oliver L. Haimson
CHInclusion Workshop, May 2019
[PDF]

It Gets Better, But it Takes More Than a YouTube Video: Reconsidering Online Mental Health Campaigns
Blake W. Hawkins, Oliver L. Haimson, Nazanin Andalibi
CHI Symposium on Computing and Mental Health, April 2018
[PDF]

Creating Online Places of Care: The Experiences of Transgender People Using Tumblr to Maintain Positive Mental Health
Blake W. Hawkins, Oliver L. Haimson
CHI Design for Sexual Wellbeing workshop, April 2018
[PDF]

Opportunities and Challenges for Transgender People in Digital Spaces
Oliver L. Haimson
iConference Workshop on Vulnerable Communities in the Digital Age, March 2017
[PDF]

Ethical Obligations When Asking Research Participants to View Unpredictable Content
Oliver L. Haimson, John C. Tang
ACM Group Ethics Workshop, November 2016
[PDF]

Anonymity, Pseudonymity, and Gender Categorization as Social Justice Issues in HCI
Oliver L. Haimson, Nazanin Andalibi
CHI Workshop on Exploring Social Justice, Design, and HCI, May 2016
[PDF]

Social Signaling on Facebook After Relationship Dissolution
Oliver L. Haimson, Nazanin Andalibi
CSCW Workshop on Unpacking Social Signaling Theory for Social Computing Systems Analysis and Design, February 2016
[PDF]

Identifying and Prioritizing Fire Inspections: A Case Study of Predicting Fire Risk in Atlanta
Michael Madaio, Oliver L. Haimson, Wenwen Zhang, Xiang Cheng, Matthew Hinds-Aldrich, Duen Horng (Polo) Chau, Bistra Dilikina
Bloomberg Data for Good Exchange, September 2015
[PDF]

Toward Trans Inclusion in Feminist HCI
Oliver L. Haimson, Gillian R. Hayes
CSCW Workshop on Feminism and Feminist Approaches in Social Computing, March 2015
[PDF]

Marginalized Populations and Research Ethics Online
Oliver L. Haimson, Kathryn E. Ringland, Gillian R. Hayes
CSCW Workshop on Ethics for Studying Sociotechnical Systems in a Big Data World, March 2015
[PDF]

Understanding Gender Transition on Social Media to Design Technology for Changing Identities
Oliver L. Haimson, Gillian R. Hayes
CHI Workshop on Designing Technology for Major Life Events, April 2014
[PDF]



Informally-Published Written Work

Comments to Oversight Board, Gender Identity and Nudity
Kendra Albert and Oliver L. Haimson
August 2022
[link]

Social Media Sites are Censoring Transgender, Black, and Conservative Users – But for Very Different Reasons
Oliver L. Haimson
Salty, October 2021
[link]

Making Space for Them, Her, Him, and "Prefer not to Disclose" in Group Settings: Why Pronoun-Sharing is Important but Must Remain Optional
Oliver L. Haimson, Lee Airton
National Center for Institutional Diversity, June 2019
[link]

HCI Guidelines for Gender Equity and Inclusivity
Morgan Klaus Scheuerman, Katta Spiel, Oliver L. Haimson, Foad Hamidi, Stacy M. Branham
May 2019
[link]

Why "Standing in Your Identity Corner" Doesn’t Work: Against Forced Disclosure of Marginalized Identities as Casual Icebreakers
Oliver L. Haimson
National Center for Institutional Diversity, October 2018
[link]

Ethical Use of Visual Social Media Content in Research Publications
Oliver L. Haimson, Nazanin Andalibi, Jessica Pater
Australasian Human Research Ethics Consultancy Services (AHRECS) Research Ethics Monthly blog, December 2016
[link]

A Predictive Model for Fire Risk in Atlanta
Oliver L. Haimson
Data Science for Social Good – Atlanta blog, July 2015
[link]

Revisiting the Online/Offline Binary: Conceptualizing Factors Influencing Self-disclosure
Nazanin Andalibi, Oliver L. Haimson
Complicating the On/Offline Binary blog, June 2015
[link]

Hello from the DSSG-ATL Fire team!
Oliver L. Haimson
Data Science for Social Good – Atlanta blog, May 2015
[link]

Book Review: Allucquère Rosanne Stone’s The War of Desire and Technology at the Close of the Mechanical Age, Twenty Years On
Oliver L. Haimson
The Geek Anthropologist, May 2015
[link]



Media Coverage

After Two Weeks, Elon Musk’s Twitter Is Already in a Right-Wing Death Spiral
JD Shadel
Them, November 2022
[link]

Tumblr is bringing back nudity, reversing the infamous 2018 porn ban
Jonny Walfisz
euronews.culture, November 2022
[link]

Gen Z Is on a Never-Ending Search for Online Authenticity
Sofia Barnett
Daily Beast, September 2022
[link]

The Plight of the Former Fanfiction Author
Casey Fiesler
Slate, August 2022
[link]

Moderating online content increases accountability, but can harm some platform users
Jared Wadley
Michigan News, July 2022
[link]

Social media filters are helping people explore their gender identity
Elizabeth Anne Brown
MIT Technology Review, June 2022
[link]

Profiles in IT: Oliver Haimson—Researcher & advocate
D. Stephanie Dacola
Michigan IT, October 2021
[link]

What is the Future of Gender?
Rose Eveleth
Flash Forward podcast, September 2021
[link]

A History of AI Bias: Achieving Algorithmic Justice for the LGBTQ Community
Payal Dhar
Dell Technologies Perspectives, June 2021
[link]

Exploring Gender Transition and Disclosure in Social Technology
Erica Colaianne
Michigan Minds podcast, June 2021
[link]

Publicly shaming harassers may be popular but it doesn’t bring justice
Laurel Thomas
Michigan News; Phys.org; Futurity; China.org.cn, March 2020
[link] [link] [link] [link]

LGBTQ+ Youth Prefer to Seek Mental Health Help Digitally
Emily Dreyfuss
WIRED, June 2019
[link]

Actually, We Should Not All Use They/Them Pronouns: A response to a recent Scientific American essay
Alex Hanna, Nikki L Stevens, Os Keyes, Maliha Ahmed
Scientific American, May 2019
[link]

What Tumblr's Porn Ban Really Means
Steven W. Thrasher
The Atlantic, December 2018
[link]

Asking People to Google Their Questions About the LGBTQ Community is Appealing - But Risky
Heather Dockray
Mashable, August 2018
[link]

Can Algorithms Predict House Fires?
Jonathan Jay
Data-Smart City Solutions, March 2017
[link]

Embracing Analytics: How Communities Around the Country are Utilizing Data Analytics to Predict a Host of Risk Factors and Reduce Fires
Jesse Roman
National Fire Protection Association Journal, May 2016
[link]

Thinking Deep Thoughts, Helping Others, and Traveling the World: The Perks of a Career in Research
Hannah Hiles
i3 Alert Newsletter, April 2016
[link]

How Male Rape Survivors are Finding Help Online: Researchers Find That Men Use Throwaway Reddit Accounts to Disclose Sexual Abuse — Some for the Very First Time
Tracy Clark-Flory and Leigh Cuen
Vocativ.com, February 2016
[link]

Sexual Assault Survivors, Especially Men, Find Refuge in Online Anonymity: Drexel Study Examines Anonymous Posts About Abuse on Reddit
Sharon Lurye
PhillyVoice.com, February 2016
[link]

Survivors of Sexual Abuse Find Support in Online Anonymity
Traci Pedersen
PsychCentral.com, February 2016
[link]

When Computing Equals Social Good
Georgia Tech College of Computing, July 2015
[link]

Facebook is Now Allowing Users to Identify as Any Gender They Want
Jorge Rivas
Fusion.net, February 2015
[link]