signal/noise: collected student works from a feminist docc is a peer-reviewed publication that circulates the extraordinary work done by students participating in courses affiliated with FemTechNet. The work published in signal/noise spans many genres including essays, presentations, games and videos, and represents new interdisciplinary feminist scholarship and creation being done across many fields including Science & Technology Studies (STS), Media and Visual Studies, Art, Gender and Queer and Ethnic Studies.


volume 1, issue 1

Skylar Maguire
Domestic Violence 101
Katie McLennan
Expanding A Network of Accessible Feminist Technology Information
Verónica Pelayo and Mina Tari
The Feminized Digital Body: (On Consent and Gender Policing)
Ryan Khosravi
Situating Glitches: Networks of Knowledge Production
Juliana Luchkiw
Alec White



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signal/noise take-down policy: an author of a published project may at any time contact the editors to request to have their work removed from signal/noise. 

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