We are excited to announce that Lisa Nakamura will deliver the keynote for Network Detroit 2015 at the Detroit Historical Museum.
Dr. Nakamura is the Gwendolyn Calvert Baker Collegiate Professor of American Cultures at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She is the Coordinator of the Digital Studies Program at the University of Michigan and co-Faciliator of FemTechNet, (femtechnet.org), a network of feminist scholars, teachers, artists, and activists who work on technology. She has been researching racism, sexism, the Internet, and gaming since 1995 and her books and open-access shorter pieces are available at lisanakamura.net. Her new monograph on social inequality in digital media culture, entitled Workers Without Bodies: Towards a Theory of Race and Digital Labor will be published by University of Minnesota Press. You can also keep up with Dr. Nakamura’s work on Twitter: @.