Refresh-Reset-Reformat is an online conversation series between Bard Graduate Center students and technologists, digital humanists, museum and gallery professionals, artists, and educators, which explores the role and use of the digital in the study of material cultural, design history, and decorative arts.

In this talk Jas M. Morgan will discuss just.fem.things, a podcast about the things feminists love, with MA student Juliana Fagua-Arias.

Jas M. Morgan is a Toronto-based Cree-Métis-Saulteaux SSHRC doctoral scholarship recipient, a McGill University Art History PhD candidate, and an assistant professor in Ryerson University’s Department of English. They previously held the position of Editor-at-Large for Canadian Art and served as the Arts and Literary Summit programmer for MagNet 2019. Morgan’s first book nîtisânak (Metonymy Press, 2018) won the prestigious 2019 Dayne Ogilive Prize and a 2019 Quebec Writer’s Federation first book prize, and has been nominated for a Lambda Literary Award and an Indigenous Voices Literary Award.

This event will be held via Zoom. A link will be circulated to registrants by 10 am on the day of the event. This event will be live with automatic captions.