Volume 39, Number 1 ( 2018) read on Project MUSE read on JSTORSpecial Issue: Women Digitizing Revolution
Guest edited by Anna Everett and Lisa Nakamura
Introducing the New Editors of Frontiers
Kimberly M. Jew, Wanda S. Pillow, Cindy Cruz, and Edén Cortez
Guest Editor’s Note
Using a Feminist Digital Humanities Approach: Critical Women’s History through Covers of "Black Coffee"
FemTechNet: A Collective Statement on Teaching and Learning Race, Feminism, and Technology
"Tryna Free Kansas City": The Revolutions of Janelle Monáe as Digital Griot
Cassandra L. Jones
Trans Youth Activism on the Internet
Social Media and Feminist Values: Aligned or Maligned?
Gendered Play, Racialized Reality: Black Cyberfeminism, Inclusive Communities of Practice, and the Intersections of Learning, Socialization, and Resilience in Online Gaming
Gabriela T. Richard and Kishonna L. Gray
Race, Gender, and the Technological Turn: A Roundtable on Digitizing Revolution
Dorothy Kim, TreaAndrea M. Russworm, Corrigan Vaughan, Cassius Adair, Veronica Paredes, and T. L. Cowan
Carolina Molina Alfaro (Shape), translated by Guisela Latorre