FemTechNet Video Dialogues

  1. A conversation between current Dorothy H. Hirshon "Director in Residence" Lynn Hershman Leeson and B. Ruby Rich on the topic of "archive" as it relates to feminism and technology. Dean Anne Balsamo will moderate.

    This event is part of the Video Dialogue Series produced by FemTechNet for the 2013 DOCC (Distributed Online Collaborative Course): Dialogues in Feminism and Technology. The 2013 DOCC is an experiment in an alternative approach to organizing online learning based on feminist pedagogies. It runs from September to November 2013. More than 30 instructors from 17 institutions will participate in this collaborative learning experiment.

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  2. The School of Media Studies at the New School presents the 9th week of DOCC 2013: Dialogues on Feminism and Technology. Anne Balsamo moderates a discussion on the topic of Feminism, Technology and Infrastructures with Lucy Suchman and Katherine Gibson Graham.
    Producer
    Anne Balsamo
    Production Manager
    Rosalie McManis
    Director
    Rebecca Scheckman
    Camera
    Alex Schein
    Jonathan Castro
    Rebecca Scheckman
    Sound
    Alex Schein
    Editor
    Rebecca Scheckman
    Transcription
    ANPtranscriptions.com

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  3. FemTechNet presents a Video Dialogue on the topic of "Place." This video was a live stream dialogue at Pitzer College on November 14, 2013 as part of the DOCC 2013 initiative.

    For transcript of this video dialog, visit:
    ats-streaming.cites.illinois.edu/digitalmedia/download/femtechnet/PlaceTranscript.txt

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  4. FemTechNet presents a video dialogue on Feminism, Technology and Systems featuring Brenda Laurel and Janet Murray, moderated by Anne Balsamo. Taped September, 2013 at OCAD University.

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  5. FemTechNet presents a video dialogue on the topic of bodies. Moderated by T.L. Cowan, featuring artists Skawennati and Heather Cassils.

    For more information and to follow the work of these artists, visit:
    skawennati.com
    heathercassils.com

    Or watch the artist presentations brought to you by FemTechNet
    Skawennati at vimeo.com/77379737
    Heather Cassils at vimeo.com/77556222

    For transcript of this video dialog, visit:
    ats-streaming.cites.illinois.edu/digitalmedia/download/femtechnet/BodiesTranscript.txt

    Feminism, Technology, and Bodies
    a FemTechNet production

    Recorded at The New School

    Executive Producer
    Anne Balsamo

    Produced by
    Veronica Paredes
    T.L. Cowan

    Production Manager
    Rosalie McManis

    Directed by
    Alex Schein
    Rebecca Sheckman

    Camera
    Alex Schein
    Jonathan Castro
    Benedetta Valabreg

    Post Production Design
    AJ Strout

    FemTechNet Logo Score by
    Aaron Strout

    Technical Consultant
    A.G. Strout

    Special Thanks to
    Alex Juhasz
    Roberto Montes
    Jasmine Rault

    Co-Sponsored by
    The New School of Media Studies at
    The New School

    Supported by
    The Insight Development Grant from
    the Social Sciences and Humanities Research
    Council of Canada

    © FemTechNet 2013

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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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