Tag Archives: race after the internet

More Hack, Less Yack?: Modularity, Theory and Habitus in the Digital Humanities


One of the most prevalent debates within the Digital Humanities (DH) is the idea that practitioners should just go about doing rather than talking, or to practice “more hack, less yack.” In other words, instead of pontificating and problematizing, DH scholars should be more concerned with making stuff, and making stuff happen. The “more hack, […]

Race and Technologies of the Self: Reading Lisa Nakamura and Peter Chow-White’s Introduction to Race After the Internet


This post is part of the HASTAC crowd-sourced book review Race After the Internet project. In this project, each reviewer was assigned a chapter of the book to comment on. This cross-posted entry reviews the introduction to Race after the Internet, written by editors Lisa Nakamura and Peter Chow-White organized by HASTAC.  A popular Internet meme goes: “On the Internet, […]