Chatbot group update!

While we are currently in this lock-down scenario we wanted to restart our coding group, however, we understand that finding the time to “code” might seem a bit too much right now (it certainly feels that way for us). We agreed with Suze to pause the coding workshops in their […]

Data Feminism (MIT) Reading Group (online, USA)

Registration link:  + (for chapters) Thinking of digging into Data Feminism? Craving social contact in the time of COVID-19? Join us Fridays at noon, starting April 17th, for the Data Feminism Reading Group. Each week for nine weeks, Catherine and Lauren will present some highlights from a single chapter of Data Feminism, followed by […]

FACT///.Coding & Reanimnating Data (Python & Javascript) with Suze Sharlow 2020

Suze Shardlow (, co-director of Women Who Code London (, will lead FACT///.coding’s first workshop series of 2020. Over the course of three sessions, we will work together to complete a project whilst learning and applying the fundamentals of both the Python and JavaScript programming languages. Each session will build […]

FACT///.feminist approaches to computational technology: read, write, code

FACT///.network is delighted to announced that our proposal for ‘Feminist Approaches to Computational Technology: Read, Write, Code’ has been approved by the CHASE Cohort Development Fund. We proposed a cross disciplinary programme of events to include a one-day symposium with invited speakers, including PhD students from the CHASE network, followed […]

FACT///. forum19 

A one-day forum to inform the creation of a feminist, non-binary, trans-inclusive network of individuals that work/research/think/make with/in/about computational technology. The outcomes and findings of the forum will directly impact the nature and shape of such a space which is designed to promote and support a feminist approached to computational […]

reading group: materialism, work and care

In advance of Helen Thornham’s visit to Sussex later in March, we thought this might be a good opportunity to discuss a chapter from her newly published book: Gender and Digital Culture: Between Irreconcilability and the Datalogical. We will be reading Chapter 4: ‘Being Known: Autom-data-ed bodies, maternal subjectivity’. pp. […]