savest

  • savest wrote a new post on the site Gender & Technology 4 years, 1 month ago

    The story I created follows a non-binary first-year student as they are forced to learn how to navigate Davidson College as the gendered institution it is. Our readings in this course which lie at the intersection […]

  • savest wrote a new post on the site Gender & Technology 4 years, 1 month ago

    Looking back at what I’ve talked about in my posts this semester, I’m not too surprised by the themes I’ve noticed connecting through all of them. I do think by reviewing these posts though, I was able to more […]

  • savest wrote a new post on the site Gender & Technology 4 years, 1 month ago

    The structural presence of gender in the narratives of Louisa Hall’s Speak coupled with the Engadget article on sexist AI has reminded me not only of the technology industry’s objectification of women in both vir […]

  • savest wrote a new post on the site Gender & Technology 4 years, 2 months ago

    Even though this article’s publication was only six years ago, the ways that technology has advanced is evidenced in the outdated supportive evidence which Rettburg provides (like Facebook not allowing you to p […]

  • savest wrote a new post on the site Gender & Technology 4 years, 3 months ago

    I’ve never liked the horror genre. Whether movies, games, television, any fictional media that fell into gore or violence has never particularly intrigued me. Why engage with fictional violence, I’d thought, when […]

  • savest wrote a new post on the site Gender & Technology 4 years, 4 months ago

    When I first read this piece last semester for my Feminist & Queer Theories course, Ahmed’s term “killjoy” seemed pretty self-explanatory to me; the desire and goal to kill the “joy” or happiness of the privileged […]

  • savest wrote a new post on the site Gender & Technology 4 years, 4 months ago

    Prior to this course, I have been in many gender & sexuality classes where we have discussed the essentializing nature of a certain kind of feminism–one in which “all women” are unified via a common set of […]