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July Conference: Multiplying Standpoints and Participatory Feminism

Fembot Unconference: Multiplying Standpoints and Participatory Feminism July 18-19, 2013 White Stag, Portland, Oregon This event is free and open to UO faculty members, students, as well as the general public.   The Fembot Collective, and its peer-reviewed journal Ada, value and feature intersectionality in terms of content, membership, editorial practices, and organizational structure. This unconference addresses issues related to…

Writing Women into Wikipedia

Please join CSWS, the Fembot Project, and the ASUO Women’s Center at two events that will celebrate International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month by teaching and encouraging our community members to become Wikipedians and by adding women to Wikipedia’s content. Friday, March 8, 3-5 pm, Knight Library Browsing Room: Sarah Stierch, who trained as a fellow at the Wikimedia Foundation,…

unconference hashtag

We’re only days away from our very first Fembot unconference. If you won’t be able to join us in Portland this weekend, follow along and participate in the conversation via Twitter at #fembotjam!  

Fembot Jam Session 1: an Unconference on Feminist Multimodal Publishing and Collaboration

White Stag Building: Papé Forum Portland, Oregon 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 include: To think collectively and critically about the features…

Mark Your Calendars: March 23 at 2:30pm

Image courtesy of Miss Representation The Fembot Collective and CSWS are hosting a screening of the documentary, Miss Representation on March 23rd at 2:30pm in Lillis 282! If you can’t be there in body, join us on Twitter under the #msrep hashtag.   The film, by Jennifer Siebel Newsom, is: “Like drawing back a curtain to let bright light stream in, Miss Representation (90 min; TV-14 DL) uncovers a…