by Alisha Martindale, Graduate Assistant, Women’s Studies Program
The Southern Connecticut State University Women’s Studies Program announces its 22nd Annual Conference “#FeministIn(ter)ventions: Women, Community, Technology,” to be held on the SCSU campus Friday and Saturday, April 15 and 16, 2016.
The conference aims to provide a critical site of collective inquiry into the intersections of women (and girls), community, and technology. In what ways have women and girls worked with technology, broadly defined, for the advancement of communities and/or shaping and building movements? We invite proposals that investigate the past, present, and future of the intersections of women, community, and technology and showcase feminist in(ter)ventions with technology. How have women and girls participated (or not) in the fields of technology? In what ways does this inquiry intersect with the studies of gender, race, class, and sexuality?
Call for Proposals Suggested Conference Themed Topics:
- Women & the Media Girls Who Code/Black Girls Code
- Feminist Apps/Feminist Ethics & Technology
- Feminism, Environment, and Technology
- Women, Sustainability, and Technology
- Gender, Class, and Technology/Gender, Sexuality, and Technology Feminist Values and STEM
- Gender and STEM Ethics/Women in STEM
- Women in the History of STEM/Women Making History & STEM Reproductive Technologies and Feminist Concerns
- Feminist Pedagogy and Technology
- Women, Social Media/Technology, and Academia
- Online (In)Visibility of Bodies Feminism and Big Data
- Feminist Knowledge and Media Technology
Info: (203) 392-6133 or see SCSU Women’s Studies Website for details: www.southernct.edu/academics/schools/arts/departments/womensstudies/annualconference/index.html.
E-mail proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The proposal submission deadline is December 4.