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Published on Feb 17, 2009
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Newcomb College Institute Leadership Summit, Power Lines: Women Transform the Grid.
A professor at the University of Toronto, Megan Boler teaches philosophy, cultural studies, feminist theory, media studies, social equity courses in the Teacher Education program, and media studies at the Knowledge Media Design Institute. She also is the associate chair of the Department of Theory and Policy Studies at the Ontario Institute of Studies in Education, and an associate faculty member of the Center for the Study of United States at the university. Her books include Feeling Power: Emotions and Education (1999) and Digital Media and Democracy: Tactics in Hard Times (2008). She currently is completing a three-year funded research project, Rethinking Media, Citizenship and Democracy: Digital Dissent after 9/11. Using interviews and surveys, she examines the motivations of producers of digital dissentpractices of digital media to counter mainstream media.