Doing Feminism in the Pandemic


Land-Grab Universities: Expropriated Indigenous land is the foundation of the land-grant university system:


Pirate Care: A Syllabus:


FemTechNet, “Feminist Pedagogy in a Time of Coronavirus Pandemic”:


Ian Alan Paul, “Ten Premises for a Pandemic”:


Arundhati Roy, “The Pandemic is a portal” :, “Protect People in Long-Term Care”:


Data Feminism Reading Group: Data Feminism Reading Group – Week 1 – Introduction


Paul Preciado: “Learning from The Virus”:


Wetsuwet’en Strong, “Resisting a Pipeline During a Pandemic”: Wet’suwet’en Strong – Resisting a Pipeline During a Pandemic


#COVID19DOULA, “What Does a Covid-19 Doula Do?”:


ArtEZ, Crisis Education, Critical Education:


Feminist Data Manifest-No:


The Film Collaborative, “A Way of Life in Peril”:


Messy Nessy Chic, “Before the Internet, there was the 1960s Dial-a-Poem Hotline”:


Anne McClintock, “Monster: A Fugue in Fire and Ice”:


Courage Coalition, “Montreal Groups Call for Pandemic Prevention casseroles”:


Shannon Palus, Public Health Experts Say the Pandemic Is Exactly Why Protests Must Continue:


Concordia Statement on Black Lives:


Peter Ablinger: Corona Blog:


Elspeth Hay, Turns Out, Migratory Beekeepers Are Essential Workers of the Pandemic:


Hannah Black and Philippe Van Parijs discuss Universal Basic Income:


Why You Should Ignore All That Coronavirus-Inspired Productivity Pressure, By Aisha S. Ahmad:

Data Feminism Reading Group
Wetsuwet’en Strong, “Resisting a Pipeline During a Pandemic”

“Doing Feminism in the Pandemic” is conceived as a collective, process-based living archive. Based on the Slack platform, it invites in-process reflections, “hundreds”, keywords, conversations, prompts, and encounters amongst its participants. It is organized around four streams: “The Crisis was Already Here” (#thecrisiswasalreadyhere), “What does COVID-19 teach us?” (#emergentmodels), “What is the ‘Everyday’ of the Pandemic?” (#theeveryday), and “Reading Space” for sharing links, articles or other material (#whatimreading). Each stream includes some preliminary thoughts and questions to begin an open, process-based, collective conversation.

Alongside the living archive, the Feminist Media Studio is organizing a series of Zoom conversations, artistic prompts, and roundtable discussions with members of numerous communities (academic, artistic and activist) vital to doing intersectional, antiracist, queer, and decolonial feminisms, which participating FMS members can attend, and which will form a vital part of the living archive itself and its various collaborative contributions.