Source of Publication
Encyclopedia of Postdigital Science and Education
Postdigital feminisms represent an eclectic field of critical scholarship, activism, websites, protests, artistic and popular works, which critique the systemic gender inequalities of the postdigital condition. Just as women are not a homogenous entity, postdigital feminisms respond to varying guises of patriarchy while grounded in contextual issues. This addresses gaps in postdigital theory concerning deep-seated gender biases of technologies, education, and platform patriarchy. Simultaneously, postdigital feminisms develop creative, resistive, and radical challenges to hegemonic visibilities of certain women while obscuring the voices and perspectives of others.
Springer Nature Switzerland
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Postdigital feminism, Genealogies, Activism, Platform patriarchy, Liberation, Intersectionality
Hurley, Zoe, "Postdigital Feminisms" (2023). All Works. 6045.
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