"Publishing with care" can be understood to have three different but related meanings concerning the publication, the author, and the community. All of these meanings correspond to unique—obviously interrelated—challenges.
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.
CDMI invites you to a two-hour professional seminar to discuss how to get published in academic journals with the journal editors of Feminist Media Studies, Digital Humanities Quarterly, and Social Media & Society.
To understand the complexities surrounding boundary-defying digital platforms, digital practices, and academic institutions, we aim to foreground digital research methodologies. We ask: what could critical digital methods entail?