FemTechNet Video Dialogues

  1. A conversation on feminism, technology, and the body taped at the University of Michigan on January 23, 2014.

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  2. FemTechNet presents a live question and answer session, taped in September of 2013, on the life and work of Beatriz da Costa. For further discussion of the artist's work, please see the first part of this two-part video series. Special thanks to Donna Haraway, Catherine Lord, and Alexandra Juhasz.

    Filmed at the Laguna Art Museum.

    Video production by Susie Ferrell, AJ Strout, Arne Strout, and Alden Weaver.

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  4. FemTechNet presents the abbreviated version of the Feminims, Technology, and Place video dialogue which was originally a live stream event held at Pitzer College on November 14, 2013 as part of the DOCC 2013 initiative.

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  5. FemTechNet presents a live discussion, taped in September of 2013, on the life and work of Beatriz da Costa. Special thanks to Donna Haraway, Catherine Lord, and Alexandra Juhasz.

    Filmed at the Laguna Art Museum.

    Video production by Susie Ferrell, AJ Strout, Arne Strout, and Alden Weaver.

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FemTechNet Video Dialogues

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FemTechNet is a network of feminist scholars, students and artists working together to facilitate an open, distributed, collaborative learning initiative. These "Video Dialogues" are official FemTechNet learning objects for the purpose of educating, informing,


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FemTechNet is a network of feminist scholars, students and artists working together to facilitate an open, distributed, collaborative learning initiative. These "Video Dialogues" are official FemTechNet learning objects for the purpose of educating, informing, and promoting research in the humanities and social sciences.

For transcripts and captioned versions of these videos, please visit: ats-streaming.cites.illinois.edu/digitalmedia/download/femtechnet/embeds.html

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