Category: CSWS Special Projects

Ms. Fembot 2016: A Digital Initiative for Civic Engagement

[ March 11, 2016 to March 12, 2016. ] Unable to join us in LA? Remote Participation Welcome! We’re amplifying #msfembot2016: A Digital Initiative for Civic Engagement! To join us remotely, register to be added to the contact sheet. Sign and post suggestions for content.

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Registration is now open for our Fembot event in March, #msfembot2016: A Digital Initiative for Civic […]

Two Chosen as Graduate Interns for Fembot

November 10, 2015—The Fembot Collective has selected two University of Oregon graduate students as graduate interns to help work on Fembot projects, with special project funding awarded by the UO Center for the Study of Women in Society (CSWS). Jeremiah Favara and Tara Keegan will travel to Los Angeles in March for the event “Ms. […]

Now Available, Fembot’s ADA, Issue 8: Globalization, Gender and the Digital

From the CSWS Fembot Special Project
We are delighted to announce the publication of Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology, Issue 8, Globalization, Gender and the Digital, edited by Roopika Risam. Please share with your lists, tweet, post, and pin.

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Issue Introduction: Globalization, Gender and the Digital, by Roopika Risam [@roopikarisam]
http://ada.fembotcollective.org/2015/11/issue8-risam
#digitalhumanities, #gender, #globalization, #intersectionality, […]

Now live from Fembot: Ada Issue no. 7, Open Call!

Now live: Ada Issue no. 7, Open Call!
Issue no. 7: Open Call
Edited by Carol Stabile and Radhika Gajjala (CFP), April, 2015
Cover illustration by David McCallum.
CSWS is delighted to announce the publication of Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology, Issue 7, edited by Carol Stabile and Radhika Gajjala, and published online […]

Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology, Issue 6, Hacking the Black/White Binary

January 5, 2015—The Fembot Collective released the latest edition of its online open-access, peer-reviewed journal. Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology, Issue 6: “Hacking the Black/White Binary” was edited by Brittney Cooper and Margaret Rhee.
Fembot is a a CSWS Special Project.
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Fembot’s November 2014 BAD Interview: Asian American Women’s Popular Literature

November 15, 2014—Fembot’s Books Aren’t Dead (BAD) interview for November 2014 is now uploaded on the Fembot website.
In this month’s interview, Kelly Adams (PhD candidate, University of Wisconsin-Madison) talks with Pamela Thoma (associate professor, Washington State University), author of Asian American Women’s Popular Literature: Feminizing Genres and Neoliberal Belonging (Temple University Press, 2014).
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