Research by Melissa Brown

Brown, Melissa. 2021. “Virtual Sojourners:The Duality of Visibility and Erasure for Black Women and LGBTQ People in the Digital Age.” Pp. 49-65 in Networked Feminisms: Activist Assemblies and Digital Practices, edited by S. MacDonald, M. MacArthur, M. Radzikowska and B. I. Wiens: Rowman & Littlefield.

Ray, Rashawn, Melissa Brown, Ed Summers, Samantha Elizondo and Connor Powelson. G. Studies. 2021. “Bystander Intervention on Social Media: Examining Cyberbullying and Reactions to Systemic Racism.” Vol. Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institution.

Brown, Melissa. “Black Women as Agents of Social Change during the Obama Presidency.” How the Obama Presidency Changed the Political Landscape (2017): 239.

Brown, Melissa, Rashawn Ray, Ed Summers, and Neil Fraistat. “#SayHerName: a case study of intersectional social media activism.” Ethnic and Racial Studies (2017): 1-15.

Ray, Rashawn, Melissa Brown, Neil Fraistat, and Edward Summers. “Ferguson and the death of Michael Brown on Twitter:# BlackLivesMatter,# TCOT, and the evolution of collective identities.” Ethnic and Racial Studies(2017): 1-17.

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