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CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
Recent work in HCI has shed light on structural issues of inequality in computing. Building on this work, this study analyzes the relatively understudied phenomenon of caste in computing. Contrary to common rhetorics of 'castelessness,' we show how computing worlds in India and Indian diasporic communities continue to be shaped and infected by caste relations. We study how, when and where Dalits (formerly 'untouchables') encounter caste in computing. We show how they artfully navigate thesedoi:10.1145/3491102.3502059 fatcat:qgl2jlywanbcpdldqyz3rzy75a