Wikipedia Projects

Hi, everyone. I thought I’d post some information about completed Wikipedia Projects, so you can see what other students worked on last quarter:

KJ and Garrett created terrific pages for Casey Miller and The Handbook of Non-Sexist Writing.

Grace created a very thorough page for Vonda McIntyre’s The Moon and the Sunincluding a section on the forthcoming film version.

Naomi and Eliza massively revised Ursula Le Guin‘s Wikipedia page.

Naomi also substantially expanded and revised the page for The Left Hand of Darkness.

Gabrielle worked on Suzy McKee Charnas‘ page. Dylan’s page on Charnas’ The Vampire Tapestry just got accepted!

Kim revised Joanna Russ‘s page and Austin revised Russ’s How to Suppress Women’s Writing.

Laura and Genevieve did a great job revising Eleanor Arnason‘s page. 

Aimee created a page for Sally Miller Gearhart’s The Wanderground and also did extensive editing on Sally’s Wikipedia page, including a fabulous new picture of Sally in Eugene.

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Carol Stabile is a founding member of Fembot , an online collaboration of scholars conducting research on gender, new media, and technology. She teaches at the University of Oregon. View all posts by cstabile

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