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Brooke Boland

What is the social role of technology and film? And how do we harness this potential as an avenue for change? Nancy Shwartzman discusses the intersection of gender, technology and resistance.

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About the author

Brooke Boland is ArtsHub’s content producer with a strong interest in all things literary. She is currently writing her PhD on ​gender, translation and women's writing and has tutored undergraduates at Victoria University and the University of NSW.