Tag: academia

Uncategorized

FemTechNet Critical Race & Ethnic Studies Pedagogy Workbook

Screenshot of splash page for FTN Pedagogy workbook,

I’m just back from the annual Cultural Studies Association conference in Riverside, CA, and I’m excited to share the announcement I made at the panel, “FemTechNet: Transforming what and who counts in digital education”, where I spoke alongside Alexandra Juhasz (Pitzer College), Elizabeth Losh (UCSD), and Ivette Bayo Urban (U Washington). My presentation (for the most …

Uncategorized

#NWSA2014 Panel Sneak Peak

Transgression, Gender Disturbance, & Feminist Sci-Fi Futures Title Slide

Here’s a hint of what’s to come for our panel tomorrow morning. For more info check out my previous NWSA post with our original proposal. For those at #NWSA2014, we’re session 478 at 9:15 at PRCC 202-C. More to come in a post-conference follow-up. Image credit: “Cyborg” by REDANTA is licensed CC BY-SA 3.0

Uncategorized

ASA Proposal: “Teaching Los Angeles: Innovative strategies, possible pitfalls”

Teaching Los Angles Cover

I just got word that our proposal for the American Studies Association 2014  was accepted! The conference theme will be: “The Fun and the Fury: New Dialectics of Pleasure and Pain In the Post-American Century,” and the conference itself will take place November 6-9, 2014 at the Westin Bonaventure in Los Angeles, CA. The proposal is …

Uncategorized

AAAS 2014 Roundtable Proposal: “Refracted Perspectives: Bridging Asian American and Asian Studies Through Interdisciplinary Scholarship”

Update, April 16, 2014: Our roundtable will be Session S30, and will convene on Saturday, April 19, 11:30am-12:45pm (Sausalito). I’ve also just learned that Anthony Kim will be unable to attend, but we otherwise look forward to dialoging with you all. I’m happy to announce that a proposal I worked on for the annual meeting of the Association …

Uncategorized

Upcoming Talk: ASA 2013, “Voces Móviles and the Precarity of Work and Play in Online/Offline Spaces”

Next weekend I’ll be in Washington, D.C. for the annual meeting of the American Studies Association. One of my favorite conferences, this year I’m especially excited, since I’ll be on a kick-ass panel of digital media scholars, including Daniel Greene, Laura Portwood-Stacer, Lisa Nakamura, and Tara McPherson will be responding. Our panel, Session # 307, “Identity …