Just a reminder that even as folks in the other FSDW groups conclude & post summaries and wrap-ups, we in the fabulous Group #1 are powering on. Our group extends through Friday, 5/31.
We got a bit of a late start, many of our group were still putting their semesters to bed, and we are managing our conversation across global borders and several time zones.
I should also share with you that I've been dealing with a new (& temporary) disability in the form of a badly broken shoulder. While I'll be fine in the long term, in the near term it means that between using one-handed, hunt-and-peck typing, learning voice-activated software and trying to stay awake and coherent on pain meds, everything takes me at least four times as long as it usually does. So, my apologies on all delays caused by me, as 'leader,' and thanks in advance for your patience.
All that said, I did manage to post my piece (along with links to the slides for the visuals) in the shared Google folder. Fair warning: these are basically my typed notes from a talk I gave, so this "paper" is in very rough, very draft-y form. The sort of feedback I'd find most useful would be broad strokes suggestions about how to flesh out my argument, especially around feminist activism as digital labor and around race, affect and white feminism. I'd also appreciate suggestions about what sort of journals might publish something like this.
I believe that just leaves Lara to post hers and we will have completed the "sharing our work" portion of the workshop.
I'm still working my way through feedback to Shilyh, Viv, & Kara. Thanks again for your patience with my slowness.