My name is Bryce Peake.
I am a Julie & Rocky Dixon Doctoral Research Fellow in Graduate Innovation at Intel Labs, and a PhD Candidate in Media Studies at the University of Oregon with Graduate Certificates in Women's Studies and New Media & Culture. I have an MA in Cultural Production (Anthropology/Philosophy) from Brandeis University and a BMus in Music Performance from Eastern Illinois University.
I am deeply committed to equality and the inclusion of women in open knowledge, traditionally dominated by histories of white men written by other white men (for use by… white men). This includes adding articles about women into Wikipedia itself, and facilitating events where diverse users outside of the Wikipedian demographic can learn to edit articles on Wikipedia in a safe space.
Previously, I was the webmistress for Fembot Collective and sat on the advisory board for Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology. I also wrote for the men's feminist satire/humor site Modern Primate.
Each year, I focus on long term writing projects that revolve around International Women's History month/day. While I'm still editing other content, these projects occupy most of my wiki time.
In light of the recent Obama Administration Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault, 2014-2015 will be spent adding information to US College and University wikipedia pages about ongoing and previous Title IX and Clery Act investigations by the ED Office of Civil Rights.
This year was dedicated to re-writing Feminist anthropology. The article still needs some love (particularly from biological anthropologists!), but is much better than when I found it.
Articles I've written
- U.S. Department of Education Releases List of Higher Education Institutions with Open Title IX Sexual Violence Investigations
- The New Campus Anti-Rape Movement
- Sandra Morgen
- Lydia D'Ustebyn Ladies Swing Band
- Feminist anthropology (completely re-written from old 'nominated for deletion' article)
Articles I've edited substantially
- Disability Studies
- Men and Feminism
- Black supremacy
- Men's rights
- Doves (Gibraltar)
- Margaret Mead
- University of Oregon
- University of Southern California
- University of Chicago