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#FemTechNet Ethnic Studies Committee: Recommended Panels for #2014ASA

#2014ASA is almost upon us, and I’m incredibly excited by the breadth of scholarship ahead of us this weekend. I’ve been tasked with pulling together a set of recommended panels for the FemTechNet Ethnic Studies Committee. This is coming a bit late, but see the schedule below. Hope to see you all in Los Angeles – and if not, watch the #2014ASA hashtag for realtime conference Tweeting. #2014ASA is almost upon us, and I’m incredibly excited by the breadth of scholarship ahead of us this weekend. I’ve been tasked with… Read more #FemTechNet Ethnic Studies Committee: Recommended Panels for #2014ASA

Conference Update: #caDH, GDC, HASTAC, ASA

It’s been another busy conference season this year, facilitated by the time and funding of the Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship, the UCSB Department of English Graduate Student Travel Grant, the Virginia Commonwealth University MATX Program, and the International Game Developers Association. I hope to write up a proper review of the VCU Critical Approaches to Digital Humanities Symposium soon, which took place last weekend in Richmond, Virginia, and was a small and generative symposium organized by David Golumbia (VCU) and Jennifer Rhee (VCU/Emory) For now, I would encourage anyone who… Read more Conference Update: #caDH, GDC, HASTAC, ASA

Lecture Notes: Kim Hall, “Toward a Queer Crip Feminist Politics of Food,” at UCSB

Storify by Amanda Phillips Mon, Apr 22 2013 23:52:54 April 22, 2013 University of California, Santa Barbara This is an unabridged version of my lecture notes from “Toward a Queer Crip Feminist Politics of Food.” Apologies for inaccuracies/omissions/misattribution – Hall’s talk was incredibly rich and I struggled to keep up with condensing everything to 140 characters at some points! Amanda Phillips@NazcaTheMad Getting ready to live tweet a lecture by Kim Hall, “Toward a Queer Crip Feminist Politics of Food,” at UCSB. Filter #QCFF if desired. Mon, Apr 22 2013 17:04:05… Read more Lecture Notes: Kim Hall, “Toward a Queer Crip Feminist Politics of Food,” at UCSB