In the context of a flurry of activities coalescing around digital geographies, this session track brings together papers that trace the enduring contours and new directions of feminist theory, politics, and praxis for geographies concerned with the digital. This session highlights interventions that proceed from, utilize, and advance feminist epistemologies, methodologies, theory, critical praxis, and activism.
|Presenter||Ayona Datta*, King's College London, Nabeela Ahmed, King's College London, ‘Seeing’ the smart safe city: Cartographies of infrastructural violence in India’s urban age||20||8:00 AM|
|Presenter||Jillian Crandall*, , Transactionary Publics and Crypto-Economic Geographies in Puerto Rico||20||8:20 AM|
|Presenter||Meghan Kelly*, University of Wisconsin–Madison, Angela Jones, United Way of Dane County, Linda Ketcham, Madison-Area Urban Ministries, Catherine D'Ignazio, Emerson College, Tanya Buckingham, University of Wisconsin–Madison, Robert E Roth, University of Wisconsin–Madison, Feminist Mapmaking in Practice: Applying feminist concepts to mapping workshops for enhanced community engagement||20||8:40 AM|
|Presenter||Vevila Dornelles*, University of Reading - UK, To play in peace? – Gendered relations and spatial practices of homosocial space formation in online gaming||20||9:00 AM|
|Discussant||Sarah Barns University of Western Sydney||20||9:20 AM|
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