Skip to Content

Search: {{$root.lsaSearchQuery.q}}, Page {{$}}


Wednesday, October 1, 2014
12:00 AM
Hatcher Graduate Library, Room 100

Cyberfeminist Creativity

Part of the Dialogues in Feminism, Technology & Culture (a DOCC) course co-taught by Lisa Nakamura and Irina Aristarkhova, with support from the Third Century Initiative Grant, U-M. 

A dialogue between Katherine Behar (Baruch College - CUNY) and Marina Gržinic (Academy of Fine Arts Vienna).

Join us for videotaped student-lead dialogue sessions with invited speakers that build on academic and creative resources for feminist studies of technology and culture. Learn from the interactive experience of not just reading and answering questions, or communicating within our class community, but by being directly exposed to wider national scholarly and creative community. Create your own content through Wikipedia editing, online video production, game-making, and vernacular animation practices like BitStrips and Extranormal. Become more engaged with technology and STEM fields through critical feminist lens, and explore the possibilities and limits of interactive distributed pedagogy.