Estranging Digital Racism After COVID, Keynote Address, Ars Electronica, Linz, 2020.
Design Observer podcast, Season 8, Episode 6
“Understanding Digital Racism After COVID-19,” Webinar, Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford University, November 2020
“Race, Xenophobia, and COVID-19,” Big, If True Webinar Series, Technology and Social Change Research Project, Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics, and Public Policy, Harvard University, April 2020
“Race, Gender, and Toxicity Online,” Plenary panel, Social Science Research Council, University of Texas, Austin, June 2019
“The Internet is a Trash Fire. Here’s How to Fix It,”TED Salon, TED NYC, November 2019
“What Is Digital Studies?” One Tough Question, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, June 2019
“Virtuous VR and the Automation of Racial Empathy,” Digital Democracies, Simon Fraser University, June, 2019
“Fieldnotes: Lisa Nakamura Interviewed by Alex Cho,” Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Seattle, WA, May 2019
“Call Out, Protest, Speak Back,” Keynote Address, Transmediale Art Festival, Berlin, March 2018
“Racism, Sexism, and Gaming: Cruel Optimism and the Problem with Meritocratic Media,” Eddings Lecture, Reed College, October 2017
“Workers Without Bodies: Digital Labor, Race, and Gender,” “Action: Terms of Media II,” Brown University, March 2016
“The Digital Afterlives of This Bridge Called My Back: Public Feminism and Open Access,” International Conference on Digital Preservation, University of North Carolina, November 4, 2015
The Digital Afterlife of This Bridge Called My Back: Woman of Color Theory and Activism on Social Media,” “Digital Inflections: Visions for the Posthuman Future,” PACTLAB, University of Victoria, March 4, 2015
“I Will Do Everything I Am Asked: Dogshaming, Spambaiting, and the Racial Violence of Social Media,” “Mediating Public Spheres,” Five College Women’s Studies Research Center, Mt. Holyoke College
“Seeing Into Digital Media,” “Now! Visual Culture,” NYU, 2012.
“A Different Point of View: Latino and Asian America in Cinema and New Media at the Cinema,” The Smithsonian Museum, 2011
“Five Types of Online Racism and Why You Should Care,” TEDx, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, 2011
“Don’t Hate the Player, Hate the Game,” Berkman Center, Harvard University, 2010
“5 Types of Online Racism,” TEDxUIllinois, 2011, University of Illinois
SXSW, 2011, E-Race: Avatars, Anonymity And The Virtualization Of Identity
Interview with David Weinberger on Radio Berkman, Gaming Grief, Spring 2010.