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Joan Njagi

and under-resourced communities with limited access to technology ( Hart and Mitchell 2015 ; The Women’s Rights Association Programme for Progressive Communication (WRPAPC) 2012). Making reference to the internet, for instance, WRPAPC (2012) argues

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Terms of Silence

Weaknesses in Corporate and Law Enforcement Responses to Cyberviolence against Girls

Suzanne Dunn, Julie S. Lalonde, and Jane Bailey

that other young girls were out there, railing against the patriarchy too. The Internet has always been a place where I’ve gone to engage as a feminist and find community, but it has also become a place where I face resistance and attacks. Institutional

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constitute an act of reconciliation and signal a desire for inclusion, as it has for Harki sons and daughters. Keywords : Harkis, memory wars, Internet, Algerian War, collective memory Scott Gunther , How and Why “Bobos” Became French “Bobo” is short for

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Maria Hupfield

to line up with the city’s. The image is recognizable as a Brooklyn rooftop at sunrise with the Freedom Tower, New York, in the background. Surrounded by cell phone/Internet transmitters, the human body becomes a beacon transmitting an

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Matthew Zarnowiecki

Internet, and particularly by hypertextuality, for reconceiving not only the book of Shakespeare’s sonnets, but also the ways we read, interpret, and respond to them. After searching through the available online editions, I was mostly disappointed by what I

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Decolonizing Cambridge University

A Participant Observer’s View

Keith Hart

, nor are the benefits of a humanist education predictable. Occasionally I get email messages from former students thanking me for my lectures; before the internet, I wouldn’t have had even that. Living with the unknowable consequences of personal

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Tweens as Technofeminists

Exploring Girlhood Identity in Technology Camp

Jen England and Robert Cannella

women online by telling them to “just log off” (2016: n.p.) the Internet so that it could remain a male-dominated space. To help girls make sense of these competing narratives, summer camps focusing on the nexus of girlhood identity and digital

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Chloe Krystyna Garcia and Ayesha Vemuri

public sphere of Internet media” (13). Straightforward, accessible, and informal, YouTube has also become a popular communication tool for young women and girls to share experiences of sexual violence, and protest oppressive social structures. Using this

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Anastasia Todd

. Through an analysis of Poynter’s YouTube comment sections, I investigate what Adi Kuntsman (2012) calls the “affective fabric of everyday internet engagement,” or the deeply felt and embodied “everyday sociality of connections, ruptures, words, emotions

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Akkadia Ford

Club is a feature-length film (117 minutes) classified as a “Biography/Drama/History” on the Internet Movie Database ( IMDb 2013a ). It relies on traditional Hollywood genre conventions, fictional narrative structures, and filming styles to convey the