You’re invited to THATCamp Feminisms South: an “unconference” for scholars, students, faculty, staff, librarians and others interested in the intersection of feminism, the humanities and technology. (THATCamp stands for “The Humanities and Technology Camp.”) The goal is to bring critical conversations about gender and race into the digital humanities. There is no cost to participants, though donations are welcome.
Mark your calendar for March 15-16 at Emory University’s Woodruff Library Research Commons. To register, propose a session, view the Twitter feed or for more details, see http://feminismssouth2013.thatcamp.org/.
Co-sponsored by Agnes Scott’s McCain Library and Women’s Studies Program; we’re buying your lunch! Go play in the sand box!