Edited by Megan Jeanette Myers and Edward Paulino
A multimodal, multi-vocal space for activists, artists, scholars, and others connected to the Border of Lights movement, this edited volume provides an alternative to the dominant narrative that positions Dominicans and Haitians as eternal adversaries and ignores cross-border and collaborative histories.Read free onlineBuy
Anastasia Salter and Stuart Moulthrop
Anastasia Salter and Stuart Moulthrop discuss adaptable projects, offer commentary on exemplary works, and discuss the technological and cultural background of Twine, a platform for building choice-driven stories without relying heavily on code.Read free onlineBuy
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