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  1. Apr 2024
    1. nder conditions where only certain kinds of technologies, sociotechnical knowledge, design practices, and skills are recognized and promoted by larger institutional, cultural, political, and economic regimes, many design practices never receive resources or recognition. Another way to look at it is that design justice recognizes that many important sociotechnical practices are designed, developed, and shared through constant, small-scale interactions within the space of the home, the family, kinship networks, and within communities

      ¿Dónde tiene lugar las tecnologías? Muchas veces no hay reconocimiento y recursos. Por ejemplo, los molinos de agua en la sabana cundiboyacense. ¿Cómo es esta experiencia?

    2. elson, Thuy Linh Nguyen Tu, and Alicia Headlam Hines, in their edited volume Technicolor: Race, Technology, and Everyday Life (2001) reminds us, subaltern design sites may be focused on normatively “high-tech” tools and practices such as computers and software development, but also may focus on “everday” technologies

      El centro en las tecnologías cotidianas o del día a día: https://archive.org/details/technicolorracet0000unse/page/n223/mode/2up

    3. I call subaltern design sites have always existed.

      ¿Cómo hacer una historia de lo subalterno desde las tecnologías que han desarrollado que pasan por el diseño y por métodos de investigación propios?

  2. Jan 2023