[Air-l] mixed race communities online
drbosch at sun.ac.za
Thu May 4 03:48:28 PDT 2006
Thanks for your valuable comments. If at all possible, I'd love to read your
Gajjala, R. (2002) Interrogating Identities: Composing Other Cyber-spaces
International and Intercultural Communication Annual, Volume 25.
Gajjala, R. (February 1998) South asians performing online: Virtual
practices and discursive subjects, paper presented at the South Asia
Conference, Berkeley, CA.
Thanks in advance...
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Tanya - I look fwd to seeing your work!
a good place to start would be to look at how race has been examined
(even though most of these are U.S. centric "race" in cyberspace
look for the edited collection (Rodman, Nakamura and Kolko) entitled
Race in Cyberspace
Look for work by Alondra Nelson (and the edited collection by Nelson
et al as well as the issue of Social Text that she did) and also Ron
I have some works coming out regarding production of race in online
learning environments and would gladly share the work with you off
list if you like. Take a look at the publications link from my url
below and let me which ones.
>I'm conducting a virtual ethnography of a portal which caters for mixed
>South Africans. I'd appreciate any sources which could help - particularly
>anything on the representation of mixed race communities online, their
>performance of identity in the online environment, race/ ethnicity and
>culture online etc.
>Thanks in advance!
>T. E. Bosch
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