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The Chain is Open!

Our network explores questions of gender and Digital Humanities from multiple angles (coding, archiving, intersectional theory, public and small group events) and in multiple ways. One of these ways is through writing and other cultural productions: enter The Chain. We wanted to materialise the voices of our members, participants, contributors, and collaborators and as such […]

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Full Stack Feminism project launch

10 December 2021 We are launching our new two-year funded research project, Full Stack Feminism is Digital Humanities funded by UKRl·AHRC and the Irish Research Council (2021-23). The launch event is hybrid and co-located between the Sussex Humanities Lab (Brighton, UK) and at Maynooth University (Ireland). All are welcome. We will introduce both our project team, and […]

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Archiving Bodies event, held on 20th May 2020

This event was organised by the AHRC-IRC funded project, Full Stack Feminism in Digital Humanities, in collaboration with the Digital Repository of Ireland, and featured a number of speakers Jamie A Lee (University of Arizona) and Adela C. Licona (Associate Professor Emeritus, English, University of Arizona), as well as contributions from members of the Full […]

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Setting up the Virtual Machine

by Ranju Upadhyay Rai Conforming with feminist approach in digital humanities, the Full Stack Feminism project team has been exploring/discussing various approaches to making tools and technologies easily available/accessible and sustainable. As part of our effort to understand accessible technologies and ultimately produce an archival toolkit, one of the tasks the team is undertaking is […]

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Artist’s Call

Full Stack Feminism in Digital Humanities is a collaborative UK-Ireland project.  We are looking to select two artists one based in Ireland and one in the UK who will engage with the project over 8 months (mid-January – mid-September ’23).  The two artists will be offered the opportunity to engage with various aspects of the […]

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Archiving Bodies: Digital Archives, Feminist and Queer Praxis

“We can no longer be complicit in the production of the privileged archive.” Powerful words from Jamie A. Lee, speaking at the Archiving Bodies: Digital Archives, Feminist and Queer Praxis seminar organised by Full Stack Feminism in DH (FSFDH) in collaboration with the Digital Repository of Ireland. The seminar was hosted by Maynooth University on […]

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Archiving Bodies: Digital Archives, Feminist and Queer Praxis Setting Up the Virtual Machine

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Live Channel

Our IFTe.network YouTube channel is now live!

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Public Talk - hosted by Irish Museum of Modern Art 

Thursday February 11th, 8pm  Speaker: Dr. Tonia Sutherland – University of Hawaiʻi at Māno Digital Remains: Reflections on Race and the Digital Afterlife Chair: Sharon Webb, University of Sussex, IFTe Co-I See the IMMA website – https://imma.ie/ – for more details and tickets. 

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Community Archiving Workshop – What is feminist archiving?

Workshop 3: Community Archiving Workshop – What is feminist archiving? Wednesday Feb 10th, 2pm-4:30pm DIY feminist archival practices for researchers, with Niamh Moore and Sharon Webb and other team members from the Reanimating Data project. In this workshop we will explore feminist approaches to archiving by introducing our own project to create a digital archive […]