Race and/as Technology

An issue of: Camera Obscura

Race and/as Technology
Journal Issue Volume 24, Number 1 Number: 70 Published: 2009 An issue of Camera Obscura
Special Issue Editor(s): Lynne Joyrich, Wendy H. K. Chun
This special issue traces how race has been constituted via media technologies and how media texts have been constituted via arrangements of race.


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Preface: Bringing Race and Media Technologies into Focus—Lynne Joyrich

Introduction: Race and/as Technology; or, How to Do Things to Race—Wendy Hui Kyong Chun

1. The Face and the Public: Race, Secrecy, and Digital Art Practice—Jennifer González

2. The Whiteness of Privacy: Race, Media, Law—Eden Osucha

3. Interfaces of Identity: Oriental Traitors and Telematic Profiling in 24—Lisa Nakamura

4. Faceblindness, Visual Pleasure, and Racial Recognition: Ethnicity and Technicity in Ted Chiang’s “Liking What You See: A Documentary”—Thomas Foster

5. Race as Technology—Beth Coleman

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