Publications

Gray, K. & Adeyemo, B. (2021). Not “falling for the okey-doke”: #BlackLivesMatter as resistance to disinformation in online communities. Feminist Media Studies. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14680777.2021.1952468

Adeyemo, B. (2020, October 1). Even if you edit, give credit: Black cultural appropriation on TikTok. In Media Res. http://mediacommons.org/imr/content/even-if-you-edit-give-credit-black-cultural-appropriation-tiktok

Book Reviews

Adeyemo, B. (2021). [Review of the book Bargaining with the machine: Technology, surveillance, and the social contract, by R.M. Pallitto]. Surveillance & Society 19(2). https://doi.org/10.24908/ss.v19i2.14739

Adeyemo, B. (2015). [Review of the book Black performance theory, by T.F. DeFrantz & A. Gonzalez, Eds.]. Liminalities 11(5). http://liminalities.net/11-5/rev-bpt.html

Selected Conference Presentations & Workshops

Adeyemo, B. (2021, September 25 ). Residual surveillance: Life and democracy after covid-19. Carolinas Communication Association (CCA), (virtual).

Adeyemo, B., & Lackey, C. (2021, May 7). From the bottom up: Rethinking HCI design principles and practices for marginalized groups. ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), Yokohama, Japan (virtual).

Adeyemo, B. (2021, February 18). Race, technology, and social justice: A critical review. Internet Governance Lab TPRC48 Grad Research Symposium, Washington, DC (virtual).

Adeyemo, B. (2021, February 16). Critical race waves: A review at the intersections of communication, technology, and justice. Black Graduate Students Association/Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Latinos and Native Americans Grad Chapter Research Symposium, Chicago, IL (virtual).

Adeyemo, B. (2020, April 15-18). Woke consumption: From entertainment television to the online public sphere. Popular Culture Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA. (Conference cancelled due to pandemic)