Intersectional feminist perspectives on digital societies

Systems of oppression are relevant in the development of digital technologies, in their application, and in the research about them. This podcast aims towards hearing the scientific findings, subjective views, and personal experiences of women and gender dissidents who engage with digital technologies. It is hosted by three female, migrant researchers who analyze the social implications of digital technologies at the Berlin based Weizenbaum-Institute for the Networked Society.

Each episode focuses on an invited woman or gender dissident, their work, experience, and views on relevant socio-political issues. The interviewees are for example researchers, artists, activists, and journalists. The podcast is a way to listen to voices that are often silenced, and to highlight various forms of oppression, for example sexist, racist, colonial, and other – in order to see technology and society differently.

Hosts: Sana Ahmad, Lena Ullbricht and Bianca Herlo

Weizenbaum Institute Berlin


Athena Grandis: layout and logo design
Arne Bardelle: jingle
Florian Kirsten: web development and setup
Jackob Stratmann: mixing and postproduction