AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN (AAUW)-SEATTLE
FEBRUARY 12, 2022

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"‘Hey Sis, I See You’: Black Women’s Resistance Online" with Raven Maragh-Lloyd

WUSTL DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION LECTURE: ALGORITHMIC PERSONALIZATION AND RADICALIZATION
JANUARY 25, 2022

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Join Raven as she discusses her role as Co-PI on the Minerva-sponsored ($1.2 million) project, "Algorithmic Personalization and Radicalization"

WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS, DEPARTMENT OF WOMEN, GENDER AND SEXUALITY STUDIES
JANUARY 20, 2022

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"'Issa no for me:' Black Networked Resistance and the Complexities of Networked Culture

ARCHIVING THE BLACK WEB CONFERENCE

APRIL 29, 2021

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A huge thank you to Makiba Foster, Bergis Jules and the team at Archiving the Black Web for having me on the panel “Not New to Dis” where we chopped it up about Black archival practices online. So fun chatting and learning from my super brilliant colleagues and friends 🤎 

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

APRIL 28, 2021

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"From 'Permit Patty' to 'Karen': Black Rearticulations of Racial Humor and Innocence Online"

Dr. Raven Maragh-Lloyd discusses how Black publics use their online networks to respond to white femininity and the police state.

UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

NOVEMBER 7, 2019

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GONZAGA UNIVERSITY

NOVEMBER 21, 2019

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Raven is available for speaking engagements and bookings related to Black digital media users and practices. Please use this form to get in contact.

Washington University in St. Louis
One Brookings Drive St. Louis, MO 63130
African and African American Studies Department
Program in Film and Media Studies

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