NWSA Panel on Transnational Feminist Anger in Digital Activism
We are putting together a panel for the 2020 National Women’s Studies Association Conference that considers transnational feminist anger as expressed through digital activism in a variety of contexts. Kenna Neitch, PhD candidate at Texas Tech University, looks at how sexual violence-related hashtags have been discussed on Twitter in four Central American countries. Britt Starr, PhD candidate at the University of Maryland, theorizes a transnational youth solidarity rhetoric deployed by several young women climate activists from around the globe who use social media to build political power from the disenfranchised position of youth.
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