POSTPONED – Building a Feminist Library Brainstorming Session

Public Discussion
February 24, 2023 at 1:00–3:00pm
Hybrid: Online and In-Person

Feminist Media Studio, CJ Building, Room 2.130
Concordia University 7141 Sherbrooke W Montreal (Qc)

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Participants are invited to share texts to include in the library, consider what brought you to this text and how it has influenced your work. We will then review a synthesized list of values and fields identified in our previous two meetings and engage in a dot-voting process together. From there we will identify possible syllabi and working groups based around the texts added to our library thus far, while also incorporating new contributions.

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This will continue the work on our Feminist Library project. This project comes from our desire to collectively build a Statement of Lab Values and Commitments at the Feminist Media Studio. Inspired by Max Liboiron’s CLEAR Lab Values Process, we will use resource sharing and storytelling to highlight collective values and clusters of meaning among FMS members. We are looking forward to synthesizing our previous discussions and coming up with key concepts, potential syllabi, fields and practices that inform how we do feminist work at the FMS.

Returning and first-time participants are welcome to attend!

Inspired by Max Liboiron’s CLEAR Lab Values Process

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Part of: Building a Feminist Library

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Accessibility Information:
This hybrid event will be held in person and via Zoom. RSVP above to receive link.

The Feminist Media Studio is located on the second floor of the Communications and Journalism (CJ) building on the Loyola Campus which can be accessed via an outdoor staircase or ramped entrance. The second floor can then be reached by indoor stairs or elevator. The lab door opens outward into a hallway with a key card entry (restricted to active FMS members).

Inside the lab there is a lounge area with low seating, a narrow kitchenette that may be difficult to navigate with a wheelchair or walker, a large conference room with sliding barn doors, moveable tables and chair seating, the technician’s office which requires key-access, and a production studio which requires key access and features a small sound booth, with a raised floor.