Hacking the Black/White Binary

Issue #6

    • Introduction: Hacking the Black/White Binary
    • The Voice on the Line: A Reflection on Creating the Feminist Phone Intervention
    • A Look In Our Lives: Mary J. Blige’s My Life, The 4991 Series, and Black Women’s Narratives as Working Cultural Memories
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Queer Feminist Media Praxis

Issue #5

    • Make, Share, Care: Social Media and LGBTQ Youth Engagement
    • “Weird” Sex: Identity, Censorship, and China’s Women Sex Bloggers
    • iEarth
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Publication & Its Discontents: Peer Review, Publishing, and the Politics of the Open

Issue #4

    • DHThis: An Experiment in Crowdsourcing Review in the Digital Humanities
    • Rethinking Peer Review in the Age of Digital Humanities
    • The Blind Shall See! The Question of Anonymity in Journal Peer Review
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Feminist Science Fiction

Issue #3

    • Excerpts from Reading Frankenstein: Mary Shelley As 21st Century Artificial Life Scientist
    • Emmy Noether, Maria Goeppert Mayer, and their Cyborgian Counterparts: Triangulating Mathematical-Theoretical Physics, Feminist Science Studies, and Feminist Science Fiction
    • From Lab to Living Room: Transhumanist Imaginaries of Consumer Brain Wave Monitors
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Feminist Game Studies

Issue #2

    • “C’mon! Make me a man!”: Persona 4, Digital Bodies, and Queer Potentiality
    • Self-Saving Princess: Feminism and Post-Play Narrative Modding
    • Casual Games, Time Management, and the Work of Affect
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Conversations Across the Field

Issue #1

    • Introduction: Conversations Across the Field
    • An Idea Whose Time is Here: FemTechNet – A Distributed Online Collaborative Course (DOCC)
    • Through the Darkness: Musings on New Media
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Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology
ISSN 2325-0496