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Queer STS Forum Issue #3 is here!
Queer STS Forum Issue #3 is here!& the workgroup wishes a Happy Queer-Feminist 2019!
While 2018 takes its last breath, we present the third edition of our Queer-Feminist Science and Technology Studies Forum, in which we aimed at ‘queering diversity’ and searched for the queer and the class in academia and research. Our idea behind this issue was to take a closer look at the – supposed – gap
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Workshop “‚Bodies & Technologies’ – Queere Perspektiven auf Körper und Technologien”, 6.9.2018 in Graz
Workshop “‚Bodies & Technologies’ – Queere Perspektiven auf Körper und Technologien”, 6.9.2018 in Graz
Im Rahmen eine Serie von Workshops anlässlich des 30. Geburtstags des IFZ (www.ifz.at) veranstalten wir einen zum Thema: „‚Bodies & Technologies’ – Queere Perspektiven auf Körper und Technologien“. Zeit und Ort: Donnerstag, 6. September 2018, 17-20 Uhr, IFZ, Schlögelgasse 2, 2. Stock, 8010 Graz In diesem Workshop wollen wir zentrale Forschungsinteressen der Arbeitsgruppe Queer STS
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Queer STS Forum #3: Call for Contributions
Queer STS Forum #3: Call for ContributionsDeadline: April 6, 2018
“Queering Diversity” – In Search of the Queer and the Class in Academia and Research Within the Bologna Process “making our systems more inclusive” is one of the latest main goals, as it was formulated by the ministers of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) in the Yerevan Communiqué of 2015. Despite
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About the queer potential and social justice issues of technology
About the queer potential and social justice issues of technology
Queer STS members Susanne Kink, Thomas Berger and Anita Thaler (from left to right) have been interviewed by colleagues from Technical University of Graz to talk about societal aspects of technology. In the video, we are talking about: the queer potential of the internet (from Donna Haraway’s “A Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and Socialist-Feminism in
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