When Jill Jacks in … Queer Virtualities and the Politics of Mis/Recognition

Mary Bryson

Mary Bryson is Associate Professor and Director, Graduate Programs, ECPS, Faculty of Education, UBC. Her primary interest is in sociocultural scholarship concerning technology, equity, and pedagogically transgressive use of digital tools. She has numerous publications on theoretical treatments of gender and technology, queer theory, and equity in education, including Radical In<ter>ventions (SUNY Press). In 2000, Bryson was a recipient of the Canadian Pioneer in New Technologies and Media award. Her SSHRC research, “Queer Women on the Net,” is focused on new media, identity, and discursive emplotments of network formation, community and agency (http://www.queerville.ca).

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