I wrote a post over at ActiveHistory.ca about feminism and technology at the Berkshire Conference of Women’s Historians.
The Berks starts this week and, as part of my work for the media committee, I felt compelled to think a little bit about the history of feminism and technology. Feminists have sometimes felt uneasy about technology, but have found lots of creative ways to harness various forms of “technoscience” in their activism.
There are lots of digital/technical/scientific things happening at the Berks. If you’re going (or thinking about it) check out this information on the Digital Lab and the Wikipedia Hack-a-thon.
And, if you’re interested in technology/digital/social media, join me at the Twitterstorians meet-up Thursday night. Details here.
After the conference I’ll return to Fifteen for XV with a post on sports feminism and the Canadian government.