Edited by Jessie Moss
Freerange Vol. 10 takes a look at the state of our world through two of the most powerful agents of change we have: feminism and technology. Contributors consider how these two dynamic and potentially disruptive spheres of thinking and doing interact – for better or worse.
Contributions include insights into the equivocal status of technology and how it interacts physically with the human body (in reproduction, childbirth and identity politics); explorations of how technology and those who control it can both hinder and advance careers and choices; examination of the effects, advances and changes that the internet and computers continue to have on feminism and the state of the world at large.
Voices of the tides: exploring feminism’s fourth wave by Susanna Fiore
An interview with Mani Mitchell
By their thousands: what Ada Byron knew by Melissa Chambers
Technology & birth by Rosie Downing
A tale of two mummies by Huia Welton
A kidnapping on Facebook by Marianne Bevan
Sipping champagne in cyberspace by Felicity Scarce
Say what? Feminist, queer and revolutionary vocabulary by Jessie Moss
Hey Girl: the faces and voices of the new online fourth wave feminism by Paula van Beek
Cheap ‘n’ choice: the Wikibomb by Byron Kinnard
Beyoncé, Björk and beats by Estère Dalton, Melody Thomas and Jessie Moss