Kristin Comeforo Publishes Article on Feminist Pedagogy & the Zoom Classroom
In March 2020, many of us were sent home from campus and introduced to Zoom as a new mode of teaching. The Covid-19 pandemic emerged as a “co-temporality” (Madison, 2007), which connected students and brought them together, despite physically distancing them. In their article, “Witnessing with cameras off: Feminist pedagogy and the Zoom classroom,” Comeforo reports how Zoom is well poised for feminist pedagogies and describes how their class employed intersectional ways of knowing to bear witness to each other and build a collective.
The article is published in the journal Feminist Pedagogy (Vol. 2, Iss. 3). The article, and entire issue, is available for free download at https://digitalcommons.calpoly.edu/feministpedagogy/.