research / LIQUEN data lab 


Solutions to toxicity problems in digital ecosystems.



Taking under consideration perspectives from media theory, memory theory and gender studies and centering the user experience of women and underprivileged communities as the main focus of inquiring, I am taking an interdisciplinary approach to the discussion on knowledge discoverability tools for creative archives responding on how the user experience of  online abuse is affecting the formation of collective memories in the context of online environments and how online misogyny and other forms of abuse are perceived by communities placed outside the center of the hegemonic normativity. With that information we are designing a woman and girl-centred cognitive tool for collaborative learning adaptable to fit the needs of feminist knowledge communities. 

  NEW PROJECT  Retrieving from my digital body,  a map of abuse and solidarity

Retrieving from my digital body, a map of abuse and solidarity

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This project is currently being designed as the case study for the Research Topic  
"The Experience as document:Evaluating the Future of Digital Memory in Creative Archives" within the
Media and Memory Research Initiative at the University of Hull (UK) 

This research project is also engaged with the Hey Girl Global network lead by Dr. Theresa Senft, professor at the Global Liberal Studies Programme at the New York University, and researcher of gender, race and social media  


- Feminist Research Methodologies: Challenges and Negotiations

Sheffield Hallam University (UK) · OCTOBER 2015  (+ info

- Signal/Noise: A FemTechNet conference on pedagogy, technology and transdisciplinarity

University of Michigan (USA) · APRIL 2016  (+ info