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Guest Lecture at Whittier College

This talk is associated with the “Numb3rs in Lett3rs & Fi1ms” undergraduate course taught by Professors Mark Kozek (Mathematics) and Rafael Chabrán (Spanish), and is open to the Whittier campus. I’ll be discussing how femininity warps the digitization of subjectivity because of the all the cultural baggage people bring when they invoke it.

THATCamp Feminisms West and #tooFEW

(Cross-posted from UC Humanities Forum) I’m very excited to be attending THATCamp Feminisms West at Scripps College this Friday and Saturday. For those of you unfamiliar with THATCamp (The Humanities and Technology Camp), it was one of the first major “unconference” formats, in which there are no formal paper presentations and the schedule is generally decided by participants. Because the focus is on technology, these events often involve introductions to different tech tools for humanities research, productivity software, intros to coding, and so on. One can also find new media… Read more THATCamp Feminisms West and #tooFEW