Temi Lasade-Anderson (KCL) - 2021-22 Students

Black Women's Digital Intimacies

This study examines the intersections of social media, gender, and race. It aims to examine epistemologies, practices, and the ways of being a Black women on social media. In studies concerning race and social media, little attention has been paid to how Black women navigate social media’s affordances for friendship-making purposes; thus, this project aims to fill this gap, centring Black women’s digital intimacies and practices online.

Primary supervisor: Zeena Feldman, KCL
Secondary supervisor: Photini Vrikki, KCL

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