Links to relevant websites and other online resources. If you have a resource you’d like to see listed on here, please contact us.

Carole Stabile’s blog – An original voice in feminist media studies.

Fembot Collective: Feminism, New Media, Science and Technology – This is very much a sister project to SusNet, and we are very excited to be working with them on a special guest issue of their online journal, Ada.

FemTechNet – Closely related to Fembot, but a separate project working on a Massively Distributed Collaborative Learning Experiment.

Looping Threads – Aristea Fotopoulou’s research blog. Aristea is helping to run SusNet.

Mary Flanagan – the website for an innovative artist, author and educator whose work is deeply connected to SusNet’s goals.

Mass Ornament – Natalie Bookchin’s fantastic video installation project.

Re.Act.Feminism: A Performing Archive – A beautiful archive of feminist performance art.

The Seeing Red Project – a remarkable collection of photos exploring menstrual blood.

Sexecology and the 1st International Ecosex Symposium – Projects exploring the connections between sexuality and the natural environment / environmentalism, run by Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle.

Sisterhood and After: An Oral History of the Women’s Liberation Movement – A  Leverhulme-funded video exhibition for the British Library, run by Margaretta Jolly and others.

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