In this article we discuss how the Girlhood Remixed Technology
Camp (GRTC) empowers tween girls to challenge sexist and misogynistic media
portrayals of girlhood by constructing their own digital identities. Drawing from
campers’ projects and blogs, we foreground two important outcomes of the
camp: the development of technological, critical, and rhetorical literacies as girls
pursued their own technology-related goals; and the crafting of powerful, positive
articulations of girlhood through girls’ production of new media and technologies.
We conclude with further considerations for the development of girls’ technology