Moya Z. Bailey
Moya Bailey is a graduate candidate at Emory University where she explores critical race, feminist, and disability studies. Her current work focuses on constructs of health and normativity within a US context. She is interested in how race, gender, and sexuality are represented in media and medicine. She is a blogger and digital alchemist for the Crunk Feminist Collective. In a co-authored piece for Ms. Magazine
, Bailey proclaims "Black Feminism Lives (online)!" and chronicles the digital discourses of race, gender, and politics as articulated by young black women in cyber space.
Following a fascinating talk by Ed Finn on the changing role and source of literary criticism in a digital age, Natalia Cecire queried the implicit neutrality of a term like “nerd.”