I’m so pleased to announce that (after a long slumber) CWW is doing a series of programs with failed projects at Parmer in Brooklyn this October. If you’re interested in participating, please get in touch with email@example.com.
All My Little Words
An exhibition and series of thematic…
To understand more about what’s been going on in the world of online feminist bashing, I spoke with David Futrelle, who has tracked anti-feminism and the Men’s Rights Movement on his blog, We Hunted t…
The fall course schedule for Rupert Giles, Master of Library Science.
I don’t know about you guys, but I could make these things up all day:
"You Can Use Darwin Core For That! : Introduction to Cataloging Plant-Based Potions"
Model Roberta Mancino Photographed by Photographer Shawn Heinrichs
I’ve been all about nature documentaries this summer.
I have a dear friend who’s working at the library in Chattanooga, which is one of the rare states where the budget is increasing, and she’s doing all of this neat stuff with technology: bringing in…
To that end, I would really like more non-librarians to be aware of DPLA
The last couple weeks have seen a frenzy of organized misogynist harassment of female and feminist game producers, critics and commentators by self-identified “gamers.” Women in all fields face constant harassment just for having the audacity to appear online, let alone doing so to critique white supremacist patriarchy, and we do not want to imply in any way that game critics are alone in this. But because of the particular concentration and visibility of this current misogynist campaign, we wanted to highlight, in solidarity with feminist critics and thinkers everywhere, some of the wonderful, complicated and powerful work that has been done against, outside and in spite of gaming’s heteropatriarchal structures. The simplest, easiest thing we can do in the face of these attacks is to spread the work that has sent these gaming man-children into an apoplectic rage. Many of the thinkers and designers on this list disagree, even vociferously, with one another; this list is not meant to represent a singular viewpoint, nor to imply that feminism is in any way univocal. Nor is this by any means an exhaustive or comprehensive list. It is instead meant as a useful and evolving resource.