Noli turbare circulos meos: Don’t mess with my settings

Nancy Mauro-Flude

Abstract


This discussion outlines the distinguishing characteristics of feminist technology and questions the ways in which many fourth wave feminists relate (or resist) their foremothers. The raison d’être put forth advocates that cyberfeminists must focus on the path of awareness over identity. The intention is not to propose a definitive interpretation, but to enable a constant shifting of positions, roles, pronouns, selves, discourses and fictions that continually intersect when engaged with feminist approaches and application of technology.

Keywords


feminist technology, digital literacy circles, fourth wave feminism, cyberfeminism, gender

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25038/am.v0i8.101

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