Yes, we’re very excited to share more good news about the upcoming Feminist Infrastructures and Technocultures (IT) assembly in April: the department of Communication, the Science Studies program, and the Critical Gender Studies program — all at UCSD — will be co-sponsoring the event. Yay!
More details about the program, as well as logical information such as hotel details, to come soon.
UCFemTechNet, funded by the UC Humanities Research Institute (UCHRI), is happy to announce collaboration with the UCSB Center for Information Technology and Society. CITS will be helping us put on the April 19, 2013 Assembly held at UCSD. Thank you for helping us make this happen!
And stay tuned here or on our Facebook page for more details. Reach out to us at email@example.com if you or your organization is interested in getting involved in the initiative and/or assembly.
**Save the date**
April 19, 2013
Feminist Infrastructures and Technocultures: Cross-Disciplinary Legacies and Futures
at University of California, San Diego
Feminist Infrastructures and Technocultures (IT): Cross-Disciplinary Legacies and Futures is an assembly of UC scholars working across STS (science and technology studies), film and media studies, sci-art, digital humanities, informatics, and critical media practice. Feminist IT invites attention to infrastructural design and promotes experimentation for future networks and collaboration in scholarly and media-based technocultural practice across the campuses. Panel sessions, performances, screenings, presentations and experimentations will explore what forms and alliances are possible and necessary for the productive advancement of new work in the current remediated forms of feminist practice on and with technology. Details about how to get involved in the assembly will circulate shortly. Flier is attached.
**UCFemTechNet is a UC-wide interdisciplinary working group supported by the UC Humanities Research Institute**
Web page: https://quote.ucsd.edu/ucfemtechnet