We recognize and seek to amplify the work of the many intersectional feminist scholars and activists who have preceded us and who are our peers, especially those who are marginalized. Here you will find a curated collection of work that we find particularly inspiring, but that might not be part of any specific qlab initiative.
Colombia, a country on the North-Western corner of South America, has been facing certain critical challenges—after a 50-year civil war, […]
This book seeks to gather provocations, analyses, creative explorations, and/or cases studies of digital feminist practices from a wide range of disciplinary perspectives including, but not limited to, media studies, communication studies, critical and cultural studies, gender and sexuality studies, performance studies, digital humanities, feminist HCI, and feminist STS.
Please submit a 250-350 word abstract, a brief author bio, and any questions to Brianna I. Wiens (email@example.com) by May 30th, 2019. Accepted submissions should be 6000-7000 words and will be due to the editors by November 1, 2019.
Instagram account documenting and amplifying marginalized voices in feminist, trans, queer, bipoc media. Instagram account that provides a data base […]
Research grant exploring how the ‘personal is political’ is enacted as a platform for feminist resistance in film and media […]
A national association representing Canada’s graphic designers has given Mount Royal University information design professor and one of our qConvenors, Milena Radzikowska, its inaugural teaching award.
Many thanks to the organizers, presenters, and participants of W3 Represents, an inspiring day of research presented by women and […]
“Theatre for Relationality” is developing a new approach to audience development that inspires positive social change through collaboration with community […]
Shame is something that is felt so deeply and is so troublesome and is so disruptive to a person’s life that we wanted to show this in a way that in itself is disruptive. Hence our choice of an equally disruptive material: tampons.