In response to the editorial call to examine the legacy of 1968 and critical intellectual formations, this short paper maps some of the feminist intellectual practices in and out of the university system around that era. The paper focuses on intellectuality defined via three features: publication, pedagogy, and peer development; in sum, peer transmission of analysis and know-how. Along the way, we find parallel educational institutions, small scale media production, biopolitical information transmission, and underground support networks. 1968 was a pivotal year for the development of collective intelligence within movements, forged through media ecologies, using academia as a site and resource while not being contained in it. This feminist intellectual production illuminates contemporary feminist mediated intellectuality as part of the “Long ’68.”
Journal of Communication Inquiry – SAGE
Published: Jul 1, 2018
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