- African-American Women in Technology
The African-American Women in Technology organization (AAWIT) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the education, support and advancement of African-American women in the field of Information Technology. AAWIT encourages, promotes and serves the in
- Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology
We are women technologists. We use technology to connect our communities. We create technology because it is who we are — intelligent, creative and driven. We lead with compassion and a belief in inclusion. We develop competitive products and find solutio
- Anonymity and contingency, by Lee Knuttila
''First Monday,'' Volume 16, Number 10 - 3 October 2011
- APCWSP: APC Women’s Networking Support Programme
Key Projects: Take Back the Tech genderIT (Gender and Info Tech) GEM (Gender evaluation methodology)
This is the official web site of subRosa, a collective of interdisciplinary feminist artists committed to combining art, social activism and politics to explore and critique the intersections of information and bio technologies on women’s bodies, lives an
- Digital Sistas
- Fembot Collective
Fembot is a collaborative of faculty, graduate students and librarians promoting research on gender, new media and technology. The Fembot community spans North America and Asia and encourages interdisciplinary and international participation.
- Feminist Cyberspaces: A Teaching Resource Wiki
This is a wiki about feminist teaching with technology.
- Feminist Practices and Politics of Technology
Training activities targeted towards increasing and enhancing the capacity of women's organizations and women's rights activists in using ICTs strategically, creatively and appropriately for their work.
- Feminist science & technology studies: A patchwork of moving subjectivities
An interview with Geoffrey Bowker, Sandra Harding, Anne Marie Mol, Susan Leigh Star and Banu Subramaniam