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On Monday, May 10, at 4pm, the Department of Communication is pleased to co-sponsor an event welcoming Kishonna Gray (University of Illinois at Chicago) for an engaging discussion Intersectional Tech: The Digital Experiences of Minoritzed Gamers. Gray, author of Intersectional Tech: Black Users in Digital Gaming (2020) will discuss how gaming, as a medium often outside the conversations on Blackness and digital praxis, is one that is becoming more visible, viable, and legible in making sense of Black technoculture.
Additional information about the talk can be found here.
Pre-registration is required and can be completed here.
This exciting discussion is also sponsored by the College of Arts & Sciences Dean's Office, Department of Languages, Literatures & Cultures, Department of Computer and Information Sciences, and the Center for Global and Area Studies.
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