How Gamers Are Facilitating the Rise of the Alt-Right
Featuring Emma Vossen and Kishonna L Gray
Examining Black Feminism in the Digital Era
Lecture at the Berkman-Klein Center at Harvard University
Dr. Gray Featured on NPR, Open Source, with Chris Lydon
Dr. Kishonna L Gray Featured on KET Connections with Renee Shaw
Communicating Blackness, Performing Race: Racializing the Visual in Contemporary Gaming Culture
Distinguished Lecture by Professor Kishonna Gray
University of Waterloo
Dr. Kishonna Gray Speaking at the Fifth Annual Digital Ethics Symposium at the University of Chicago - Loyola
CGL Director, Kishonna L. Gray, Featured in LA Times
Dr. Kishonna Gray, was featured in a story in the LA Times, headlined "Cincinnati body-cam images made us players in a video game."
To read the full story, visit www.latimes.com/nation/nationnow/la-na-nn-dubose-shooting-footage-real-life-video-game-20150729-story.html.
The Critical Gaming Lab: Beyond the Classroom
Director Gray and students from the critical gaming lab are featured in this spotlight video:
dr gray featured on 'empyre'
Empyre facilitates online discussion encouraging critical perspectives on contemporary cross-disciplinary issues, practices, and events in networked media. The month of April 2015 was devoted to "Digital Media and the Interstices of Identity." Dr Gray was featured during the week of April 15th discussing "Internet and Issues of Representation / Identity Politics." She was featured alongside Dr. Anna Everett, Dr. Andre Brock, and PhD Student, Abram Stern (aka Aphid).
CrimCast Interview with CGL Director, Kishonna Gray
Crimcast is an online community devoted to conversations about criminology and criminal justice issues that are critical, yet accessible to the academic, student, criminal justice practitioner, and lay person alike. Check out our blogs, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and drop in often for new ideas and information.
For Dr. Gray's complete interview, click HERE.
CGL Director, Kishonna Gray Keynote Speaker at 6th International Crime, Media, & Popular Culture Studies Conference
Dr. Kishonna L Gray was a featured speaker at the International Crime, Media, & Popular Culture Studies Conference at Indiana State University. Her talk was entitled, "Punishing Blackness in Xbox Live: Exploring the Significance of Race in a Virtual Gaming Community.
Watch her full keynote below. For more information on the conference and other featured speakers, please visit the website:
Video Games and Diversity
Director Kishonna Gray discusses the importance of diversity within video games.
Dr. Gray Vocalo 91.1 radio interview with Wyatt
Director Kishonna Gray was interviewed by Vocalo 91.1 on Race and Gender Video Games and Video Game Culture
Dr Gray featured on 'in media res'
Dr. Kishonna L Gray was a featured scholar on *In Media Res* during the week of November 10-14, 2014. *In Media Res* is a subset of Media Commons. *In Media Res* is committed to experimentation with scholarly writing in a digital environment. The goal is to promote an online dialogue amongst scholars and the public about contemporary approaches to studying media. The week was centered around the theme "Issues of Gender & Race in Games Industries and Fandoms." As a curator, Dr. Gray discussed how Blackness is Punished within Video Games. Click HERE for a link to the discussion.
Graphic Communication Management Students Complete Course Project in CGL