With those questions, we launched our Feminist Futures call in January 2022. We published in our blog the 15 pieces in response to it over the course of 2022. Our authors reflected on the methodological, ethical, and logistical challenges and opportunities of doing research informed by feminist, embodied, participatory and/or decolonial methodologies.
Together, these pieces offer critical perspectives on contemporary feminist policy, activism, and theory. The contributing authors considered what it means to dismantle patriarchal structures and work towards imagining and creating a feminist future for women and girls, LGBTQIA+ people, Black, Indigenous, and Brown communities.
We are now delighted to share the booklet we collectively created to bring these pieces to life. We organised a three-day risograph printing workshop in collaboration with Rabbits Road Press in February and March 2023, and participants were invited to create as a group a booklet and design collages inspired by the Feminist Future series.
This workshop was organised by Lea Happ, Natali Francine Cinelli Moreira, and Hana Riazuddin. We are grateful to the LISS DTP for making this workshop and booklet possible through their Student Led Activities Fund, as well as to Sofia Niazi at Rabbits Road Press for helping us realise this project.
This booklet was collectively created by the following workshop participants:
- Megan Gallagher
- Natali Francine Cinelli Moreira
- Peng-Min Tsai
- Sarah Tierney
- Ziqing Li