DIGITAL 610 - Advanced Digital Studies Seminar
Winter 2023, Section 001 - Intersectional Perspectives on Digital Culture & Technology
Instruction Mode: Section 001 is  In Person (see other Sections below)
Subject: Digital Studies (DIGITAL)
Department: LSA Digital Studies Institute
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May not be repeated for credit.
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Start/End Date:
Full Term 1/4/23 - 4/18/23 (see other Sections below)
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Intersectional feminist perspectives and the liberation ideologies they birthed, apply to all oppressed people groups and orientation identities. Intersectional feminist perspectives actively work to frame and reframe feminism as a larger context in which bodies (Black, Brown, First Nations, Latinx, Indigenous, Asian, and any body within these and other marginalized people groups) own agency and are deserving of political representation and freedom. This course requires previous engagement with intersectional feminist theory and critical race theory as we will collectively work to map and expand these foundational ideologies to existing and emerging issues in digital and algorithmic culture. Together we will question how digital technologies limit or enhance agency; how algorithmic culture influences our perceptions of each other; and how digital media influence popular culture narratives on race, gender, class, sexuality, and other identity categories.

Course Requirements:

  • Discussion Posts (20%)
  • Group Facilitation (30%)
  • Final Paper (50%)

Class Format:



DIGITAL 610 - Advanced Digital Studies Seminar
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001 (SEM)
 In Person
TuTh 8:30AM - 10:00AM
1/4/23 - 4/18/23
002 (SEM)
MW 4:00PM - 5:30PM
1/4/23 - 4/18/23

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