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Whit Pow is an assistant professor in the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication at New York University. Their work is forthcoming in Camera Obscura and has been published in […]

Stephen J. Neville is a Métis musician and PhD candidate in the Joint Graduate Program in Communication and Culture at York University and Toronto Metropolitan University in Toronto, Canada. He […]

Jewell Ruth-Ella Humphrey is a PhD candidate in the Department of Anthropology at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and a proud alumna of Africana studies at Howard University. […]

Rayvon Fouché holds a joint appointment as professor of communication studies and professor in the Medill School of Journalism, Media, and Integrative Marketing Communications. He authored or edited Black Inventors […]

Rianna Walcott is a postdoctoral fellow in the Black Communication and Technology Lab at the University of Maryland, and part of the DISCO Network. Walcott will be joining the Department […]

ABSTRACT Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter on October 31, 2022 has left Black Twitter reeling in the wake of over a year of turbulence, with constantly changing affordances rendering the […]

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Magally ‘Maga’ Miranda Alcázar is a writer, researcher, educator, and organizer based in Los Angeles. She is a PhD candidate in Chicana/o and Central American studies at UCLA. Her research […]

Ayorinde Ogunyiola is an assistant professor at Murray State University. He combines computational methods and interdisciplinary theories to understand climate change issues and socio-ethical implications of emerging technologies, such as […]

 Dannah Dennis is an anthropologist who researches everyday citizenship and formations of personal, political, and gendered subjectivities, with a particular focus on social media. Much of her research has been […]

ABSTRACT Taking the supposed “end” of Covid-19 as a starting point, this field review is an examination of technobureaucracies of care. Bureaucracy, the management of bodies from afar, has become […]

David Adelman, PhD, is a postdoctoral research fellow in the Digital Accessible Futures lab at the University of Michigan, through the DISCO Network, and is an affiliated faculty member in […]

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