Here is the info graphic, hot off the press, for the DOCC 2013, the pedagogy project that FemTechNet is producing for Fall 2013.
Image produced by Tony Germano for Anne Balsamo, 2012. Use with permission under a CC BY-NC-SA license.
By Chelsea B.
Portland, Oregon; White Stag Building: Papé Forum
Saturday & Sunday, 9-5 pm; 9-10 February 2013
Slightly over a year after Fembot launched its first feature, Laundry Day, members of the collective will meet in Portland, Oregon, for a two-day unconference to discuss Fembot’s past, present, and future. Goals for this event […]
FemTechNet is a network of hundreds of international scholars and artists who work on or with technology in a variety of fields including STS, Media and Visual Studies, Art, Women’s, Queer and Ethnic Studies. Activated by Alexandra Juhasz and Anne Balsamo, the network will design, implement, and teach the first DOCC (Distributed Online Collaborative Course), a feminist rethinking […]
“In an interview that complements my my earlier interview with Juhasz, Balsamo reflected on the efforts involved in creating expansive networked projects that engage many participants in different contexts and roles. The FemTechNet project — […]
*Wikipedia editing parties*
– WikiProject Feminism: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:WikiProject_Feminism, which would be a fabulous place to get started – the “wikiprojects” are simply hubs for editors who are interested in working on the same topics to get together and coordinate.
– Editing parties should typically be about a half day or longer and begin with an […]
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