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Feminist Science and Technology Studies & Social Justice

The Feminist STS and Social Justice Working Group aims to function as a “hub” for bringing together participants from the Arts, Humanities, the Social Sciences and STEM fields at OSU to collaborate on research, writing, and teaching across shared interests in feminist STS and social justice. Feminist STS (fSTS) is a growing interdisciplinary field that seeks to understand the ways in which systems of power (like race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, disability, colonialism, and racial capitalism) shape, and are shaped by, the relationships between science, technology, and society, and the ways in which these relationships have long been coproduced in relation to social justice movements and activism. The goal of the Feminist STS and Social Justice Working Group is to foster a space at OSU where critical, creative, and collaborative engagement with fSTS and social justice can develop and coalesce.

To join us, or for other questions regarding this group, please contact Maya Cruz.


Feminist Science and Technology Studies Working Group:

Maya Cruz (Comparative Studies)

Liliana Gil (Comparative Studies)

Nick Kawa (Anthropology)

Maurice Stevens (Comparative Studies; The STEAM Factory)

Charlene Brenner (The STEAM Factory)

Becky Mansfield (Geography)

Margaret Price (English)

Erin Moore (Anthropology)