Burning down the house: Using Woolf’s Three Guineas as a template for a manifesto against gendered cyberviolence, part I

This post was originally published on in(parent)thesis  June 16, 2015 by linabranter I attended a symposium about a month ago for stakeholders of a Status of Women grant to brainstorm strategies with which to “eliminate and prevent cyberviolence”. I know. Kind of a herculean task, don’t you think? Might as well ask, how do I

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FemHack: Right in our Backyard!

Who knew? I came across this article today entitled, “FemHack- Feminism and Hacking Converge in a Montreal Tech Collective” by Christina Haralanova and Sophie Toupin while doing a bit of research on feminist design hacks for cyberviolence. I was pleasantly surprised to see this happening in Montreal and am very interested to see where it

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Minding the Gaps: Identifying strategies to address gender-based (cyber)violence

YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND THIS INVITATION-ONLY EVENT Please register ASAP to keep your free spot Email Eric Craven at dlp@atwaterlibrary.ca   Minding the Gaps: Identifying strategies to address gender-based (cyber)violence An Invitational Symposium—Saturday, May 2, 2015, 9:30am – 4:00pm organized by the Atwater Library and Computer Center co-hosted by the Participatory Cultures Lab, McGill