Images of women in computing


Writing on the blog Difference EnginesLilly Irani has proposed the crowdsourcing of “an archive of non-men in computing in a way that also challenges the boundaries of what is considered computing?”  This is an excellent idea, and as a small token of support I am posting below a few representative images from my own research.   They are meant to capture the range of representations of women as users, producers, beneficiaries, and victims of computing.


This is obviously only a small start.  No commentary for the moment.  Stay tuned…

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