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Attn FSDW Participants: Deadline to Post Intros Extended

Dear FSDW participants:

Please remember that in order to participate in the workshop, you must post an introduction. (See the workshop guidelines and directions for additional information.)  

We are extending the deadline to post intros from 12:00 ET to 3:00 PM ET today so that folks have a little more time to post materials. If you post after that time, you can still participate in the workshop group discussions, but you will not be assigned to a reading group.

Also, remember that you need to post your introduction to the workshop group.  If you post it elsewhere, we may not see it.  For directions on how to post to the group, please see the workshop directions and guidelines.

Thanks everyone and as always, please let me know if you have any questions!

Lori Beth 

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2 comments

I am not sure I am dong this right as it is the second time I have attempted to post an introduction. I am happy to be part of this workshop again and think it is a great initiative. I am located in Cape Town South Africa and am interested in feminist relational ontologies like the ethics of care and new feminist materialisms. My piece is looking at the intersections between Karen Barad's work and political and critical care ethicists such as Joan Tronto, Eva Kittay and Selma Sevenhuijsen.

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I am not sure I am dong this right as it is the second time I have attempted to post an introduction. I am happy to be part of this workshop again and think it is a great initiative. I am located in Cape Town South Africa and am interested in feminist relational ontologies like the ethics of care and new feminist materialisms. My piece is looking at the intersections between Karen Barad's work and political and critical care ethicists such as Joan Tronto, Eva Kittay and Selma Sevenhuijsen.

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