Jenny Reardon, Jake Metcalf, Karen Barad and many others put this event together. Geoff Bowker spoke of Leigh's many worlds and how she was woven into and by and through thinking that connected or disarranged these and why that matters. Donna Haraway, Maria Puig de la Bellacasa and Jake Metcalf shared the openings Leigh's work creates for them and us. The Conference program is here: http://research.pbsci.ucsc.edu/scienceandjustice/blog/symposia-conferences/the-state-of-science-justice-conversations-in-honor-of-susan-leigh-star/
I was on a panel with Maria Puig de la Bellacasa and Astrid Schrader, facilitated by Karen Barad, in which feminist theory and feminist practices of science knowledges was displayed, discussed, and rearranged. My talk is online here: http://growbobjects.blogspot.com/ I discussed why we need to learn from Leigh how to grow feminist boundary objects at a time of global academic restructuring, how to befriend connections we have only modest abilities to shape, and why it is important to care about such agency.