[Air-L] Query re readings for course, "Gender, Information Technology, and Transnational Cultures"
McLaughlin, Lisa M. Dr.
mclauglm at muohio.edu
Wed Sep 21 15:37:02 PDT 2011
I've received a number of responses to my query below, with several
suggestions for excellent resources on Gender, Information Technology, and
Transnational Cultures. Thanks to those who have sent information about
pertinent resources, and, to everyone, please keep sending suggestions for
Several people on the listserv also have asked that I compile a list of the
reading suggestions and send this to them. Please be assured that, once I
compile a list of readings, I will send these to everyone via the listserv.
Lisa McLaughlin, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Mass Communication & Program in Women¹s, Gender, and
Co-editor, Feminist Media Studies
Oxford, Ohio 45056
Email: mclauglm at muohio.edu
On 9/20/11 8:44 PM, "McLaughlin, Lisa M. Dr." <mclauglm at muohio.edu> wrote:
> Hello to all,
> I am in the process of searching for readings to assign in a
> newly-developed/developing course that I will be teaching in Spring 2012
> semester. It's titled "Gender, Information Technology, and Transnational
> Cultures" (long title, I know, but we couldn't figure out how to shorten
> it). While I already have chosen several important readings for the course,
> I'd like to take advantage of the expertise of members of this list in case
> you have suggestions for other pertinent readings. Although there will be a
> few readings on gender and IT in general, the focus really is on gender and
> ICTs. After conducting a search, I don't think that it will be possible to
> choose a primary text that is capable of capturing the breadth of this
> course, but, if you have suggestions for one, I also would appreciate
> hearing from you.
> [By the way, the course is cross-listed for junior and senior undergraduate
> students and graduate students in Media Studies and Women's, Gender, and
> Sexuality Studies.]
> Thanks and all the best,
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