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Living an Ecofeminist Life

BY: Andrea Shinyoung Kim Living an Ecofeminist Life is an immersive audio essay that draws from urban legends of Nature’s wrath, Greek mythology, reproductive biology, and contemporary cyborg witchcraft to consider what it means to live an ecofeminist life. Works Cited Ahmed, S. (2019). Living a feminist life. Zubaan. Cadon, B. (2017, May 17). At Hack the Earth,… Continue reading Living an Ecofeminist Life

The Crafting of Worlds: On Animation, Born of Many Places

BY: Max Yu animation as a subversive craft: tentatively Deportivo, Baby (Estampita, Argentina); Legend of the Sky Kingdom  (Sunrise Productions, Zimbabwe) These are very different works from very different places, engaged with animation itself in different ways; their creators are rarely engaged in the same projects or situated in the same contexts. By placing these… Continue reading The Crafting of Worlds: On Animation, Born of Many Places

These Are Not the Droids You’re Looking For

BY: Victor Reyes Espinoza In countries such as Venezuela where resources are scarce, modern phones are inaccessibly priced and older phones are more attainable. However, most popular apps require the use of a recent Android version to which these older models may not have been updated. Independent Android developers create custom ROMs that allow users… Continue reading These Are Not the Droids You’re Looking For


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