KEYNOTE | ANDRÉ BROCK

On Race and Technoculture


André Brock
is associate professor of media studies at Georgia Tech

André writes on Western technoculture, and Black  cybercultures; his scholarship examines race in social media, videogames, weblogs, and other digital media. His book, Distributed Blackness: African American Cybercultures (NYU Press 2020), the 2021 winner of the Harry Shaw and Katrina Hazzard-Donald Award for Outstanding Work in African-American Popular Culture Studies, theorizes Black everyday lives mediated by networked technologies.