Publications and Contributions

  • Instructor's Manual
    Research Methods for Informatics Undergraduate Students: A Lab Workbook (2023)
    Authors: Clarita Lefthand-Begay, Jesse Brisbois, Julie Emory, W.E. King, Kunsang Choden Lama, Claire Indermaur McDonald, Nataliya Muzyka, Punya Prakash Shetty, Turam Purty, Aditya Singh, Zening Qu
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    ‘I Hope We Leave More of a Record’: Radical Queer Care Within and for the AIDS INFO BBS’s Caregivers Mailing List (2023)
    Feminist Media Histories, 9(1), pp. 78-97 Authors: Marika Cifor, Claire McDonald
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    Describing, Organizing, and Maintaining Video Game Development Artifacts (2020)
    Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST) Authors: Jin Ha Lee, Claire McDonald, Marc Schmalz, A. Monheim, Stephen Keating, Kelsey Lewin, Frank Cifaldi
  • Conference Paper
    Call Us by Our Name(s): Shifting Representations of the Transgender Community in Classificatory Practice.
    Knowledge Organization at the Interface: Proceedings of the Sixteenth International ISKO Conference, 2020 Aalborg, Denmark, pp. 284-292. Author: Claire McDonald


  • 'But one must have the facts to back this up': Knowledge circulation practices in the HIV/AIDS crisis (2023)
    Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) - Honolulu, HI
  • “Viewpoints (both subjective and objective)”: Developing and perceiving expertises in AIDS INFO BBS’ Open Forum (2023)
    American Studies Association Annual Meeting - Montreal, CN
  • "Transgender questions, transgender answers": Comparing in-community knowledges by/for transgender people with institutional research about transgender people. (2022)
    4S/ESOCIETE - Cholula, MX
  • Driven by Tribal Water Values: Strengthening Access to Sustainable and Safe Drinking Water in Partnership with the Akiak Native Community (2022)
    Climate Justice for All: Climate Justice through an Equity Lens Poster Exhibit, - Seattle, WA
  • Hundreds, thousands, and counting: Death tolls as rhetorical devices during the HIV/AIDS and COVID-19 crises. (2021)
    Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S) - Toronto