Henrik Åhman is Senior Lecturer at the Department of Informatics and Media, Uppsala University. His research focuses on discourses on technology, in particular how research perspectives in Human-Computer Interaction and Interaction Design reflect dominant narratives in relation to notions of modernization and secularization. He is also interested in how media technology is used as both an arena and a resource for processing philosophical and existential questions.
- Åhman, H. (2017). Conceptualizing the self: A critical analysis of the self as a discursive trend in Human-Computer Interaction research. Human Technology, Jyväskylä: Open Science Centre. 13(2): 149-179 / More information / Download full text
- Åhman, H. (2016). The aesthetic turn: Exploring the religious dimensions of digital technology.Approaching Religion, 6(2): 156-163 / More information
- Åhman, H. (2016). Interaction as existential practice: An explorative study of Mark C. Taylor’s philosophical project and its potential consequences for Human-Computer Interaction. Diss. / More information
- Persson, H., Åhman, H., Yngling, A., Gulliksen, J. (2015). Universal design, inclusive design, accessible design, design for all: different concepts—one goal? On the concept of accessibility—historical, methodological and philosophical aspects. Universal Access in the Information Society, 14(4): 505-526 / More information
- Åhman, H. (2013). Social sustainability - society at the intersection of development and maintenance. Local Environment: the International Journal of Justice and Sustainability, Taylor & Francis. 18(10): 1153-1166 / More information