Traces of Sisterhood- publication

We are delighted to present the first TRACTS edited volume on Traces of Sisterhood. It draws on the network activities within WG2 on Traces and Social Justice, highlighting experimental visual, scientific and artistic approaches to gender, social justice and traces. It explores a range of conceptual insights on traces and sisterhood developed during the interdisciplinary conversations during a workshop at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. The publication is focused on multiple perspectives and includes a record of workshop discussions and public lectures. It includes a range of contributions from arts, humanities and activist work. The open-access volume is available for download here:

TRACTS COST Action (20134) on "Traces as Research Agenda for Climate Change, Technology Studies, and Social Justice"