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I am greatly indebted to all the feminist scholars who have committed their time and hearts to projects such as the ones included here. While the infographic makes a call for more digital projects, I am grateful for the rich legacy that women-scholars have built over the past decade. My work has also come to life thanks to the emotional and intellectual support of Cheryl Glenn, Christine Farris, Nancy Myers, Risa Applegarth, Jenn Fishman, and Tarez Graban.