Thirty people attended the book launch of Transformative Media: Intersectional Technopolitics from Indymedia to #BlackLivesMatter (UBC Press, 2021) on December 8, 2021 at the Lone Wolf Cafe in Orillia, Ontario, Canada. Remarks were given by the author, Sandra Jeppesen, who was introduced by Linda Rodenburg from Community Engagement and Lifelong
MARG’s Sandra Jeppesen has recently presented our research on horizontalism in media activist organizational structures at IAMCR 2019, in Madrid. Check out the presentation material below!
From March 4-6 2019, Lakehead Orillia participated in Research and Innovation Week. It’s part of the bigger Lakehead R&I Week hosted the week before on the main campus in Thunder Bay. This week of celebrating research always kicks off with a ceremony, where community leaders and University faculty convene to
by Sandra Jeppesen In September 2016 I traveled to Loughborough in the UK to present our research on anti-authoritarian feminist media activism at ASN4 – Anarchist Studies Network. ASN4 was probably the best anarchist conference I’ve participated in. The theme this year was ‘anarchist feminism’, so there were a lot
From May 12 to 15, 2016 approximately ninety scholars, activists and artists from far and wide (many from both coasts of Canada, as well as participants from India, South Africa, Turkey, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland and the US) converged on the Lakehead University Orillia campus to take part in the
by Sandra Jeppesen On March 18, 2015 MARG hosted the latest of our Media Activism Mixers in Toronto. About 15 of us gathered to discuss barriers and challenges to media activism; the connection between media production and movement building; and resources or conditions we want for media activism to thrive