Third World Majority as Feminist Online Space

Third World Majority as Feminist Online Space photo

In the pathway that follows, I will map how this publication, and the archive it enlivens, evidence core terms, methods, and strategies that might make a digital experience “feminist.” While engaging here, my findings about online feminist spaces have been affirmed, challenged and expanded. This archive has allowed me to think about our editors’ guiding questions, interrogating “the possibilities and limitations of digital media for popular education, social and economic justice movement building, critical theory, and academic scholarship.”




Published in From Third Cinema to Media Justice, 2016

Thenmozhi Soundararajan and Kara Keeling, eds

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Topics: Activist Media |  Critical Internet Studies |  Feminist Media |  Works from 2019 | 

Alexandra Juhasz