Virality Forecloses Viewing Context

“Virality,” I think, does not foreclose context, as the mantra states. What it DOES do is foreclose the possibility of generalizing the context in which a viral video is going to be viewed.... 

Cyberfeminism

Cyberfeminism This video was emailed to me by Janet J after my talk at University of Sussex. She was answering the Queer and Feminist Social Media Workshop’s Question: How can we understand the interconnections... 

Thinking about Binaries

Emailed to me during my talk at UCLA from Rita Valente.  
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Freedom to All Women

This image was taken at the “million women rise” march in London earlier this year. A group of volunteers from a women’s refuge made these beautiful tops especially. Emailed to me by... 

Great Satire

Emma Lewis wrote: “Modelling “distributed, non-authoritarian” internet culture by DEMANDING that other people create content for YOUR platform? Great satire on corporate ownership …... 

Is this space feminine?

Submitted to me by Shawn Merz during my talk at UCLA.  
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Maine Shoes

This collage was sent to me by Katia Licea after my talk at Colby.  
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Stylish Feminism

  (shot on a flip camera after my talk at Smith)  
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Dancing Space

Shot on a flipcam after my talk at Colby.  
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The Feminism Question in “Film and Social Change”

To: Linda Juhasz-Wood <ldjuhasz@gmail.com> Hey Linda! Thank you so much for sending this to me! It is so interesting, because I never even thought about how they work under a dictatorial boss. This... 

Stricken Shy

“A video I made of some of the people in the class, as Liena said, stricken shy.” emailed to me by Laura Wexler during my talk at Yale.  
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Sound Bite

(shot on a flip cam after my talk at Smith)  
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Note from the floor

Hand written query from Rutgers participant  
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Fixity and books

  A video made during my talk at Occidental College.  
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Feminist Online Spaces is a project aimed at researching, teaching, talking about and otherwise building-towards online spaces that are defined by feminist and other progressive principles of community, visibility, discourse, and politics. It houses various media conversations and objects about bringing the norms, ideas, structures, legacies, and practices of offline feminist space to the Internet.

Your media and conversation will create both the content and ideas about structure and norms for the site. Your participation is of particular relevance in line with these two founding goals:

  • to move Internet practices from COMMENTING to CONNECTION
  • to move Internet practices from RECEPTION or USE to PRODUCTION or COLLABORATION

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