“The trouble was that we couldn’t keep up. Just about every piece we published about Tamir immediately became a cesspool of hateful, inflammatory or hostile comments. Rather than discuss the facts of the case, many […]
In a #BlackCodeStudies moment in the #femdh course at #DHSI2017, we discussed some of the basic assumptions behind code, vectors, and geometry underlying programming. We used Processing as our example or canvas, considering the number […]
The Black Scholar is proud to announce the release of “Black Code,” a special issue of the Black Scholar. The guest editors, Jessica Marie Johnson and Mark Anthony Neal, have assembled a collective of digital soothsayers working on the margins of Black Studies, Afrofuturism, radical media, and the digital humanities….
Added a fifth volume to the Codex: Oceans Between: Rates, Routes & Roots of Bondage. On the business of slaving, Atlantic routes of the slave trade, and maritime histories of the Atlantic world. Suggested Reading: […]
Added a new volume to the Codex. Volume 4’s focus is free women of African descent. I dislike the current URL (http://freewomenofcolor.tumblr.com). It’s posed in a language that would have been incomprehensible then and is […]
The Codex is an attempt to process Atlantic slavery through application, code, and screen. At present, there are three volumes: Volume 1: Seeing Dark Matter explores black visual culture across time and space. It is […]