Online Gods Ep 6: Cyberfeminism and Content Creation

We speak with Radhika Gajjala about cyberfeminism and Sofia Ashraf about online content creation.

Radhika Gajjala is Professor of Media and Communication (SMC) and American Culture Studies (ACS) at Bowling Green State University, Ohio, USA. Her work engages themes related to globalisation, digital labour, feminism and social justice. 

Sofia Ashraf is an Indian rapper and singer. Her music discusses the negligence of corporations that fail to clean up industrial disasters.

The podcast is a key initiative of the five-year research study on digital politics www.fordigitaldignity.com funded by the European Research Council (grant agreement number 714285) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program. To know more about the project, contact principal investigator Sahana Udupa onlinerpol@ethnologie.lmu.de and for podcast-related interactions, contact the co-host Ian M Cook onlinegodspodcast@gmail.com.

 

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