presentations

Hoagland, G., Paredes, V., & Wu, H. (2017, August). Getting a Sense of the Place: Navigating FemTechNet’s Critical Race and Ethnic Studies Workbook. Working and Doing Session presented at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science, Boston, MA.

Wu, H., & Irish, S. (2017, April). Maintaining difference: Experience from FemTechNet. Paper presented at the Maintainers II: Labor, Technology, and Social Order, New Jersey, NY.

Philips, A., Agloro, A., Burton, R., Lucena, J., Wu, H., Williams, K., & Nguyen, J. (2017, March). Supporting queer students as game makers & in game studies in the age of Trump. Workshop presented at the 2017 Queerness and Games Conference, Los Angeles, CA.

Wu, H. (2017, March). Developing criticality: An action research on critical play. Paper presented at the Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers Session at the 2017 National Art Education Association Convention, New York, NY.

Wu, H. (2017, March). Know your meme: (Re)Producing memes with middle school students. Pecha Kucha presentation at the 2017 National Art Education Association Convention, New York, NY.

Paredes, V., & Wu, H. (2016, April). Mapping FemTechNet Landscape. Paper presented at the Signal/Noise: A FemTechNet Conference on Feminist Pedagogy, Technology, Transdisciplinarity, Ann Arbor, MI.

Wu, H. (2016, March). Art education in Fab Labs: New sites for media arts. Paper presented at the 2016 National Art Education Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Wu, H. (2016, March). Critical play in game-based art pedagogy. Paper presented at the 2016 National Art Education Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Wu, H. (2016, March). Playing video games critically. Paper presented at the 1st Art Education Research Institute Symposium, Chicago, IL.

Wu, H. (2015, July). Problematizing games and learning: The ideal trajectory and cultural ideologies. Paper presented at the 11th International Conference on Games+ Learning+ Society, Madison, WI.

Wu, H. (2015, June). Critical play? Gaming the rules of gender, race, and class. Paper presented at the Women’s Resource Center’s Gender Seminar Series, Champaign, IL.

Wu, H., & Prieto-Nanez, F. (2015, May). On co-creating syllabi and collaborative design for inter-disciplinary research and instruction. Paper presented at the 2015 Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory Conference, East Lansing, MI.

Wu, H. (2015, May). Learning with/in video game cultures. Paper presented at the 2015 Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory Conference, East Lansing, MI.

Wu, H. (2015, April). #GamerGate: Sexism, Racism + Gamer Culture. Paper presented at Women’s Resource Center’s Hot Topic, Champaign, IL.

Wu, H. (2015, March). Video game prosumers: Case study of Minecraft affinity groups. Paper presented at the 2015 National Art Education Association Convention, New Orleans, LA.

Denmead, T., O’Conner, J., & Wu, H. (2015, March). Mining and crafting: A preservice arts inquiry. Paper presented at the 2015 National Art Education Association Convention, New Orleans, LA.

Denmead, T., O’Conner, J., & Wu, H. (2015, March). Launching the Everyday Arts Lab. Paper presented at the 2015 Public Engagement Colloquium, Champaign, IL.

Wu, H. (2015, February). How can we design community arts workshops that encourage critical play of video games among youth? Paper presented at the 2015 Chicago Curriculum Studies Student Symposium, Chicago, IL.

Wu, H. (2014, November). Video game culture: A critical and art education interpretation. Paper presented at the 2014 Illinois Art Education Association Conference, Lisle, IL.

Wu, H. (2014, July). The construction of Taiwanese aesthetics through art and humanities textbooks. Paper presented at the 34th World Congress of the International Society for Education through Art, Melbourne, Australia.

Wu, H. (2013, May). A method for social change: A dialog between contemporary art practices and sociological theories. Paper presented at the Contemporary Art Practice as Pedagogy Symposium, Champaign, IL.

Wu, H. (2013, February). What is the dominant aesthetics in Taiwan presented through the national art and humanities textbooks? Paper presented at the 2013 Chicago Curriculum Studies Student Symposium, Chicago, IL.

Wu, H. (2010, July). Being self-exploited: A case study of Taiwanese auditors’ work experience in accounting firms. Paper presented at the 2010 Kyoto University and National Taiwan University Joint Workshop of Young Sociologists, Taipei, Taiwan.

Wu, H. (2009, February). May’s story: An overseas worker as a culture creator. Paper presented at the Conference on Globalization and Intercultural Experience in East Asia, Seoul, South Korea.