I took part in a very insightful workshop at CHI 2016 on digital fabrication, perspectives came from different backgrounds and research practices. Generally, it was nice to be back at CHI, catching up with old friends, and making new ones.
by Joëlle Bitton, in Ambidextrous Magazine, Issue 10, Fall 2008, Stanford Editor: Amal dal Aziz. (Download PDF)
by Joëlle Bitton, position paper for the workshop “Sexual Interactions: Why We Should Talk About Sex in HCI”, CHI 2006 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Montréal, 22 – 27 April 2006. (Download PDF)
by Joëlle Bitton and Aoife Ní Mhóráin, in Atopia Journal, Issue 4.33 urg/üleistu. Pages 87-92, Atopia Projects, 2005.
by Joëlle Bitton, Stefan Agamanolis, and Matthew Karau, in Proceedings of ISEA 2004, Baltic Sea, 14 – 22 August 2004.
RAW: Conveying minimally-mediated impressions of everyday life with an audio-photographic tool (full paper)
by Joëlle Bitton, Stefan Agamanolis, and Matthew Karau, in Proceedings of CHI 2004 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Vienna, 24 – 29 April 2004, ACM Press. (Download PDF)
by Collective in Ec/arts, n.2, October 2000.
by Joëlle Bitton, DEA Thesis, under the direction of Pascal Griset, University of Sorbonne, Paris IV, 1999.
Abstract “Guyana : Identities and political conflicts in a multi-ethnic society” is a master thesis in Geopolitics about a society that aims to address its ethnic diversity with a historical heritage of colonisation, emancipation and economic identities. For this research, I conducted interviews with the Guyanese diaspora over the Internet. In 1996-97, it was very […]