Journal Articles (Peer-Reviewed)
J2. Adriana Alvarado Garcia, Alyson L. Young, and Lynn Dombrowski. 2017. On Making Data Actionable: How Activists Use Imperfect Data to Foster Social Change For Human Rights Violations in Mexico. Proc. ACM Hum.-Comput. Interact. 1, 19. 2 (November 2017), 20 pages. DOI: 10.1145/3134654
J1 Dombrowski, L., Hayes, G. R., Mazmanian, M., & Voida, A. (2014). E-Government Intermediaries and the Challenges of Access and Trust. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, 21(2), Article 13.
Referred Conference Papers (Peer-Reviewed)
C15. Hanlin Li, Erin Brady, & Lynn Dombrowski (accepted). Working Toward Empowering a Community: How Immigrant-Focused Nonprofit Organizations Use Twitter during Political Conflicts. To appear at Group 2018.
C14. Chaolan Lin, Travis Faas, Lynn Dombrowski, & Erin Brady (2017). Beyond Cute: Exploring User Types and Design Opportunities of Virtual Reality Pet Games. ACM VRST ’17. November 8-10, 2017, Gothenburg, Sweden.
C13. Lynn Dombrowski, Adriana Alvarado Garcia, and Jessica Despard (2017). Low-Wage Precarious Workers’ Sociotechnical Practices Working Towards Addressing Wage Theft. ACM CHI 2017. [CHI Honorable Mention Award; Nomination Rate: top 5%]
C12. Luiz Cavalcanti, Alita Pinto, Jed Brubaker, and Lynn Dombrowski (2017). Media, Meaning, and Context Loss in Ephemeral Communication Platforms: A Qualitative Investigation on Snapchat. Proc. ACM CSCW 2017.
C11. Oliver L. Haimson, Jed R. Brubaker, Lynn Dombrowski, Gillian R. Hayes. (2016). Self-Presentation, Digital Footprints, and the Social Complexities of Disclosure During Gender Transition on Facebook. Trans*Studies 2016 Conference.
C11 Oliver L. Haimson, Jed R. Brubaker, Lynn Dombrowski, Gillian R. Hayes. (Accepted, To Appear 2016). Self-Presentation, Digital Footprints, and the Social Complexities of Disclosure During Gender Transition on Facebook. To appear at Trans*Studies 2016 Conference.
C10 Lynn Dombrowski, Ellie Harmon, and Sarah Fox. (2016). Social Justice-Oriented Interaction Design: Outlining Key Design Strategies and Commitments. Proc. DIS 2016. Brisbane, Australia. [DIS Best Paper Award] [nomination rate: 1%; Acceptance rate: 25%]
C9 Kathryn Ringland, Christine Wolf, Heather Faucett, Lynn Dombrowski, & Gillian R. Hayes. “Will I always be not social?”: Re-Conceptualizing Sociality in the Context of a Minecraft Community for Autism. Proc. CHI 2016. San Jose, CA. May 7-12, 2016.
C8 Oliver Haimson, Jed R. Brubaker, Lynn Dombrowski, Gillian R. Hayes. Digital Footprints and Changing Networks During Online Identity Transitions. Proc. CHI 2016. San Jose, CA. May 7-12, 2016. [CHI Honorable Mention Award]
C7 Haimson, O. L., Brubaker, J. R., Dombrowski, L., & Hayes G. R., (2015). Disclosure, Stress, and Support During Gender Transition on Facebook. CSCW 2015. [CSCW Honorable Mention]
C6 Ringland, K., Wolf, C., Dombrowski, L., & Hayes G. R., (2015). Making “Safe”: Community-Centered Practices in a Virtual World Dedicated to Children with Autism. CSCW 2015.
C5 Penzenstadler et al., (accepted) ICT4S 2029: What will be the systems supporting sustainability in 15 years? Accepted to 2nd Int. Conf. on ICT for Sustainability. [ICT4S Best Paper Award Nominee]
C4 Voida, A., Dombrowski, L., Hayes, G. R., & Mazmanian, M., (2014), Shared Values/Conflicting Logics: Working Around E-Government Systems. To appear in Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2014). Toronto, ON, Canada, April 26–May 1. New York: ACM Press. [CHI Honorable Mention Award] [nomination rate: 5%; Acceptance rate: 22.8%]
C3 Brubaker, J., Dombrowski, L., Gilbert, M. A., Kusumakaulika, N., & Hayes, G. (2014). Stewarding a Legacy: Responsibilities and Relationships in the Management of Post-Mortem Data. To appear in Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2014). Toronto, ON, Canada, April 26–May 1. New York: ACM Press. [Acceptance rate: 22.8%]
C2 Dombrowski, L., Brubaker, J., Hirano, S., Mazmanian, M., & Hayes, G. R. (2013). It takes a network to get dinner: Designing location-based systems to address local food needs. Proc. UbiComp 2013. 519-528, 2013. [Acceptance Rate: 23%] [Best Paper Award]
C1 Dombrowski, L., Voida, A., Hayes, G. R., & Mazmanian, M., (2012). The labor practices of service mediation: a study of the work practices of food assistance outreach. Proc CHI 2012. ACM, New York, NY, USA, 1977-1986. [Acceptance Rate: 23%]
Conference Presentations (Lightly Peer-Reviewed)
CPR1 Dombrowski, L. (2014). Exploring Sociotechnical Food Justice: How are concepts of justice operationalized in the design process? Generative Justice Conference, Troy, NY, Hosted by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), June 28, 2014
Invited, Popular Press
IPP1. Lynn Dombrowski. Socially Just Design and Engendering Social Change. Invited for Interactions Magazine. July-August 2017 Issue.
W2. Ankita Raturi, Juliet Norton, Bill Tomlinson, Eli Blevis, & Lynn Dombrowski. (2017) Designing Sustainable Food Systems #foodCHI. Workshop at CHI 2017 in Denver, Colorado, U.S.A.
W1. Sarah Fox, Mariam Asad, Katherine Lo, Jill Dimond, Lynn Dombrowski, & Shaowen Bardzell. (2016). Exploring Social Justice, Design, and HCI. Workshop at CHI 2016 in San Jose, California, U.S.A., [Website: http://bit.ly/1n4sXdW]
Naja L. Holten Møller, Irina Shklovski, M. Six Silberman, Lynn Dombrowski, and Airi Lampinen. Constructive-Critical Thinking in CSCW: The Changing Workplace and its Technologies. To appear in ECSCW’17.