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Feminist Works

December 13, 2012 – 4:03 pm |

By Julie Levin Russo, Research Associate, Mount Holyoke College / Five College Women’s Studies Research Center
What’s at stake in the turn to “labor” as a keyword in media studies? Several people who have encountered my current project on queer female fan production have asked me that question, and I do …

Cyberfeminism 2.0

March 9, 2012 – 11:30 am |

Fembot members Radhika Gajjala and Yeon Ju Oh just released a new collection of essays that presents a multifaceted view of how cyberfeminism has evolved and continues to complicate political interactions between bodies and the virtual. Get your copy here.

No More Potlucks: no. 20

March 5, 2012 – 10:55 am |

Hey y’all,
Our friends over at No More Potlucks–an online and print-on-demand journal of art, politics, and culture–just released their twentieth issue, Witness!

Here’s a list of the published contributions:
Bored But Not Broken: Occupying Vanier Prison
Mandy Hiscocks
Laura Agustín on Crossing Borders
Karen Herland
“Not All Audio Art is Good, Obviously…”: A Conversation with Nimalan …