What kinds of small-world-facing methods do we need to make big-world-facing (whole wide world/world wide web) projects? In this presentation we discuss the ways that we have developed relationship-based processes and protocols for trans- feminist and queer artists, audiences, activists and researchers, in our digital research environment, the Cabaret Commons.
Grand Horizon Ballroom, Covel Commons, UCLA
330 De Neve Dr, Los Angeles, CA, United States
This year’s conference theme, "Transforming Research: Feminist Methods for Times of Crisis and Possibility," will center inquiries, reflections, and imaginations of feminist, decolonial research methods and practice across fields and disciplines.
Book talk with Ignacio Siles (Universidad de Costa Rica) on Living with Algorithms: Agency and User Culture in Costa Rica (MIT Press). The book analyzes user dynamics in the global south across three algorithmic platforms: Netflix, Spotify, and TikTok.
Book talk with Sahana Udupa (University of Munich) and Ethiraj Gabriel Dattatreyan (New York University) on Digital Unsettling: Decoloniality and Dispossession in the Age of Social Media (NYU Press). The book is a critical exploration of digitalization that puts contemporary “decolonizing” movements into conversation with theorizations of digital communication.