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Algorithmic Hate: Brenton Tarrant and the Dark Social Web by Luke Munn

“From where did you receive/research/develop your beliefs? The internet, of course.” -Brenton Tarrant On Friday, March 15th 2019, at 1:40pm, Brenton Tarrant walked into the first of two mosques in central Christchurch and began shooting indiscriminately, leading to the deaths of 50 people. Already there has been speculation about what drove such an attack. For […]

SO! Reads: Nicole Brittingham Furlonge’s The Art of Listening in African American Literature

Is literature truly a primarily visual entity? Do we only read books or are we actually actively “listening in print”(1)? These are the main questions that Nicole Brittingham Furlonge explores in Race Sounds: The Art of Listening in African American Literature (2018). As Black literature is often considered in terms of its attention to music, listening […]