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#MLA2015: Generic Interventions: Print and Media Narratives of Global South Cities

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I just made it to Vancouver, BC for the Modern Language Association, and for those of you who will be there on Thursday, I’ll be presenting on the media of Phú Mỹ Hưng, a.k.a. Saigon South (an edge city of Ho Chi Minh City) on a fabulous panel about Global South cities. This panel is a precursor …

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MLA Special Sessions Proposal: “Generic Interventions: Print and Media Narratives of Global South Cities”

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  Exciting news! A bit delayed, but I just got word that our panel was accepted. Yay! See you all in Vancouver!   I’m very excited to share a panel proposal for the upcoming MLA 2015 in Vancouver, BC, entitled “Generic Interventions: Print and Media Narratives of Global South Cities.” The session is organized by Leigh Anne …

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New Issue of Journal of e-Media Studies

A quick update amidst all the travel posts to announce the publication of a new article, “‘Dark Mass,’ or the Problems with Creative Crowd Labor,” in a special issue of The Journal of e-Media Studies on “Computational Cultures After the Cloud.” The issue is edited by Jentery Sayers, who invited me to submit something after seeing my presentation, …

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MLA13 Proposal: Representing Race: Silence in the Digital Humanities

I’m very honored to be part of an exciting panel proposal for MLA13 in Boston, titled, “Representing Race: Silence in the Digital Humanities.” Alondra Nelson (!!!) will be responding to a roundtable consisting myself and four other amazing junior scholars, including a fellow #transformDHer, Moya Bailey.

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MLA, Risk, Pop Culture (An Update)

This post is coming much too late, especially at the speed that scholarship is being produced in Digital Humanities, but this should serve as a belated update on my activities since ASA, which was many, many months ago. Alas, this is a poor excuse, but the madness of returning to teaching, writing, coordinating, and job …

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Upcoming ASA Roundtable

For those interested in critical race and ethnic studies and queer studies, I’ll be on an amazing panel at the American Studies Association this Friday with a group of very talented peers, and moderated by Anna Everett (who is too cool for words). Our panel is titled “Transformative Mediations? Ethnic and Queer Studies and the …