Readings: Holding Space
Holding Space provides participants with a critical foundation for understanding the language, concepts, and frameworks that guide some of the most pressing questions and dilemmas in black digital scholarship.
- Brock, A. (2009). “Who do you think you are?”: Race, representation, and cultural rhetorics in online spaces. Poroi, 6(1), 15-35.
- Chun, W.H.K. (2012). Race and/as technology, or how to do things to race. In L. Nakamura & P. Chow-White (Eds.), Race after the Internet (38-60). New York: Routledge.
- Gallon, K. (2016). Making a case for the Black digital humanities. In M.K. Gold & L.F. Klein (Eds.), Debates in the Digital Humanities (42-49). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. Retrieved from http://dhdebates.gc.cuny.edu/debates/text/55
- McKittrick, K. (2011) On plantations, prisons, and a black sense of place. Social and Cultural Geography, 12(8): 947-963.
- Brock, A. (2010). Cultural appropriations of technical capital: Black women, weblogs, and the digital divide.” Information, Communication, & Society, 13(7), 1040-1059.
- Kvasny, L., & Keil, M. (2006). The challenges of redressing the digital divide: A tale of two US cities. Information Systems Journal, 16(1), 23-53. Retrieved from https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Mark_Keil2/publication/220356545_Th…
- Perry, G.K. (2013, September). In search of black spaces: Theorizing the erosion of black space in post-Katrina New Orleans. Paper presented at The Fourth Global Conference on Space and Place, Oxford, United Kingdom. http://www.inter-disciplinary.net/critical-issues/wp-content/uploads/201…