HSCollab Hosts a Vibrant Lives Open Lab

Open Lab Session @ Matthew’s Center iStage (2nd floor): Monday, April 25th, 12pm – 1pm Intended as an informal and interactive session, we invite you to engage, play, and chat. Here’s what we’ll have to play with tomorrow: We will be catering in a light lunch. If you haven’t already RSVPed, please let us (jwernimo@asu.edu) know… More HSCollab Hosts a Vibrant Lives Open Lab

Feminists Retreat

Time is magical. Time to think, talk, and play. Time with movement, sunshine, and one another. Of all the resources that I need in order to do my work, the one I need most is time. In general, I can use more of this magical thing called time. But this post isn’t about lack, it’s… More Feminists Retreat

Ferocious Generosity

A while ago I collected a few items on my blog in preparation to write about openly feminist scholarship and thinking through what I mean when I say I am working toward a “more generous method.” At the time I was reflecting on the idea of “baked in” feminism that I first wrote about in… More Ferocious Generosity

Signal Boost – GG attacks SXSW panels on online safety, harassment, and VR.

Via Arthur Chu and with permission: “As you may know, the South by Southwest (SXSW) festival in Austin uses a crowdsourced approval method for its panels, taking into account online voting to see which proposed panels get approved. (http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/) Three panels proposed for SXSW Interactive — about gaming and interactive media — are being attacked… More Signal Boost – GG attacks SXSW panels on online safety, harassment, and VR.