Gender, Sex, and Tech!
An Intersectional Feminist Guide
In this timely collection, gender, sex, and technology are explored through an intersectional and interdisciplinary lens. Gender, Sex, and Tech! provides insight into the ways that technology affects, and is affected by, cultural perceptions of gender and sex. Through an examination of a range of past and present issues, the text highlights our relationships to technology and illustrates how gendered relations are shaped and transformed through social and technological innovations.
Contributors bring to the fore feminist, decolonizing, and anti-racist methods to examine our everyday uses of technology, from the mundane to the surreal to the playful to the devastating. Original research and scholarship is skillfully grounded in real-world scenarios like revenge pornography, gender bias in artificial intelligence, menstrual tracking, online dating, and the COVID-19 pandemic, inviting students to take a closer look at technological transformations and their impact on gendered lived experience and to consider how the benefits of technology are inequitably shared within society.
Centring Canadian scholars and Canadian perspectives without losing sight of the broader global connection, Gender, Sex, and Tech! is bursting with timely and of-the-moment content, making this collection a must-read for courses focused on gender and technology.
- prepares and encourages students to continue exploring the relationship between gender, sex, and tech well beyond the text
- features a wealth of pedagogical supports, including questions for critical thought, invitations to go deeper, and further readings and websites of interest
- showcases a range of established and up-and-coming Canadian scholars presenting original research and scholarship
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6.75" x 9.75”
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—Jennifer Dyer, Associate Professor and Head, Department of Gender Studies, Memorial University of Newfoundland
—Janice Dodd, Professor Emerita, Women’s and Gender Studies, University of Manitoba