“Out of the Attic and into the Stacks: The Feminism in LIS Unconference” at UW-M – and Why We Desperately Need It

This Friday, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's School of Information Studies (SOIS), along with co-conveners School of Library and Information Studies (SLIS), UW-Madison, and the Graduate School of Library and Information Science (GSLIS) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, will come together to present, "Out of the Attic and into the Stacks: Feminism in LIS,"… Continue reading “Out of the Attic and into the Stacks: The Feminism in LIS Unconference” at UW-M – and Why We Desperately Need It

From AoIR 12: Cheeseheads, Rise Up!

I'm in Seattle right now, enjoying the great ambiance that is the annual conference of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR). This is my third year at AoIR (the conference is in its 12th), and it's always a pleasure to come to this conference, both for the people and for the insightful and exciting research… Continue reading From AoIR 12: Cheeseheads, Rise Up!

Bodies and Technologies in Resistance: The Wisconsin Union Protests, from the Ground

Since February 12th, I have been involved in participating in and documenting the protests against Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker's "budget repair bill," underway at the State Capitol in Madison, WI.  As an academic engaged with issues of both labor as well as critical media scholarship, I have been keenly aware of the peculiar situation of… Continue reading Bodies and Technologies in Resistance: The Wisconsin Union Protests, from the Ground