Dr. Barbara Crow is Associate Dean of Research at Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies, York University. Before that, she was the Director of the graduate program in Communication and Culture at York University. She was a project lead for the Mobile Digital Commons Network (MDCN), exploring relations of mobile technologies and cultural production (EMU), and Digital Cities, focusing on the relationship between digital technology and multi-media cities. She is co-editor of Wi with Dr. Kim Sawchuk, a digital journal focusing on mobile technologies and culture. Her research projects include: CWIRP exploring Wi-Fi as public infrastructure; and Canadian Sexual Assault Law and Contested Boundaries of Consent: Legal and Extra-Legal Dimensions (with Dr. Lise Gotell), investigating women's organizations and legal discourses. She was president of the Canadian Women's Studies Association, 2002-2004. Her most recent publications include "Digital Feminisms" co- edited with Dr. Sheila Petty, Atlantis, 2008; "Wireless and Mobile Communications," co-edited with Dr. Kim Sawchuk and Dr. Richard Smith for the Canadian Journal of Communication, 2008, Open Boundaries: A Canadian Women's Studies Reader, 2008, co-edited with Dr. Lise Gotell, and forthcoming Sampling the Spectrum: The Politics, Poetics and Practices of Mobile Communications, co-edited Professor Michael Longford and Dr. Kim Sawchuk, University of Toronto Press.