Networked Feminisms

Alison Harvey​York University
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We frequently hear calls for more intersectional feminist work in digital media studies, and Networked Feminisms is a masterclass is how to do that. A rich collection of polyvocal contributions, this book provides both a range of useful concepts for exploring networked communication from a feminist lens as well as practical methodological insights into the study of online communities and hashtag publics. Highly self-reflexive and resistant to safe analysis and simple conclusions, the chapters in this book rigorously and creatively explore online activism addressing exclusions based on race, indigeneity, gender identity, sexuality, ability, and caste.​