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excerpt from adrienne maree brown's Emergent Strategies (2017)
Excerpt from adrienne maree brown's Emergent Strategies (2017). Image by Rachel Plattus.

Alicia Peaker (Associate Director of the Digital Humanities Center) spoke to Joscelyn Jurich from the Center of Engaged Pedagogy (CEP) about Black feminist approaches to the ecological impacts of the digital, the materiality of the internet and the importance of recognizing technology's subjectivities. This interview is part of the CEP's Materiality and Embodiment Series, for which the CEP spoke to various members of the Barnard community about materiality and embodiment in the digital space. 

Read the conversation between Alicia and Joscelyn in this article.