Feminist Knowledge Production in Digital Communities

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Feminist writers discuss what the new digital landscape means for them—how to deal with a constant barrage of critiques and suggestions, how race and gender impact the ways communities form online, the ethics of live-tweeting academic conferences, and more. From #twittergate to the necessary limitations of identity in digital networks, these academics and journalists take a fresh look at the complicated practice of performing feminist labor online. Panelists include Brittney Cooper, Gail Drakes, Dana Goldstein, Courtney Martin, and Renina Jarmon in this discussion moderated by Jonathan Beller.

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