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Feminist Dialogues in Technology

A Distributed, Online Open Learning Experiment Linking undergraduate students at Pitzer College and Bowling Green State University with Graduate Students at USC and UCSD

Mary Traester, Author

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Theory and practice merge, as we direct you to a preferred critical engagement with this compilation of texts.

  • Each author's text is available via the Main menu, and is comprised of multiple parts. (I.e. da Costa's text includes "Da Costa Researching the Limit" to "da Costa Part 5" and "Notes"). Initially, please read each text in the allocated sequence. 
  •  Critically engage the text while utilizing the multimedia annotations, making sure to comment (1-3 sentences) on each part of the correlative text. Please note you may comment either on specific annotations (e.g. by clicking on the note Haraway 1, and commenting on the page that opens), or you may comment on the entire page (e.g. Haraway Part 1 by clicking "comment on this page" at bottom).
  • If you have any questions, concerns, or general feedback, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. We'd love to hear your thoughts! //
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