Black Networked Resistance: Out Now!
"Black Networked Resistance is a unique and timely contribution to a growing treasure trove of scholarship on Black everyday online life. Raven Maragh-Lloyd's sensitive, insightful, and eminently useful readings demonstrate the nuanced 'hows' of networked resistance. The case studies in this book are entirely fresh, as is Maragh-Lloyd's voice."
—Ralina Joseph, Professor of Race and Communication at the University of Washington, Seattle
"A model of nuanced and historically grounded research. Maragh-Lloyd deftly navigates tensions between resistance and joy in this examination of Black community, care, and humor across digital platforms. Black Networked Resistance breaks new ground in Black digital studies, positioning Black social media practices in rich historical traditions to reveal the creativity and inventiveness of Black Americans online."
—Sarah Florini, Associate Professor of Film and Media Studies at Arizona State University
is an Assistant Professor of Race and Digital Media in the Department of African and African American Studies and the Program of Film and Media Studies at Washington University in St. Louis. She received her PhD in Communication Studies from the University of Iowa in 2018 and holds an MA and BA in Journalism from the University of Missouri. Her first book Black Networked Resistance: Strategic Rearticulations in the Digital Age (2024) is published with University of California Press.