Peer-reviewed Publications

Shreeharsh Kelkar.  2017.   Engineering a platform: The construction of interfaces, users, organizational roles, and the division of labor.  New Media and Society.  Ungated version available here.

Blog-posts and Web writing

How might the history of AI help us critique Kosinsky’s “gaydar” study?

How (Not) to Talk about AI.

A Media Ecosystem for an Age of Fracture

Trusting Experts: : Can We Reconcile STS and Social Psychology?

How influential was Alan Turing?

Crowdsourcing the Expert

Speed Bump, Meet Knee Defender.

The Porous Boundaries of Computer Science.

What’s the matter with AI?

Technological Keypoints: How Tennis can help us think about the History of Technology

Performativity, Realism and Social Construction.

Editor-reviewed Publications

Flamenbaum, Rachel, Manduhai Buyandelger, Greg Downey, Orin Starn, Graham Jones, Catalina Laserna, Shreeharsh Kelkar, Carolyn Rouse, and Tom Looser. 2014. “Anthropology in and of MOOCs.” American Anthropologist 116 (4): 829–38. doi:10.1111/aman.12143. [pdf]

Book Review

Shreeharsh Kelkar.  2015. “Delete: A Design History of Computer Vapourware.” Journal of Design History, March. doi:10.1093/jdh/epu039. [pdf]

Computer Science Publications

Shreeharsh Kelkar, Ajita John, Doree Duncan Seligmann (2009).  Some Observations on the “Live” Collaborative Tagging of Audio Conversations in the Enterprise, ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computer Systems (CHI) 2010.  (Acceptance rate: 22%)  [pdf]

Adithya Renduchintala, Shreeharsh Kelkar, Ajita John, Doree Seligmann (2007). Designing for Persistent Audio Conversations in the Enterprise, Conference on Designing for User Experience, Chicago, IL, Nov 5-7.  [pdf]

Doree Duncan Seligmann, Ajita John, Shreeharsh Kelkar (2007).  Why tag conversations? CollaborateCom, White Plains, NY, Nov. 12-15.   (Invited paper)  [pdf]

Shreeharsh Kelkar, Ajita John, Doree Duncan Seligmann (2009).  Visualizing Search Results as Web Conversations, Workshop on Web Search Summarization and Presentation, International Conference on the World Wide Web (WWW), Madrid, Spain, April 20-24.  (Acceptance rate: 9 out of 21). [pdf]

Shreeharsh Kelkar, Ajita John, Doree Duncan Seligmann (2007).  An Activity-based Perspective of Collaborative Tagging, International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM), Boulder, Colorado, March 26-28.  (Acceptance rate: approx. 20%)  [pdf]