Woke Gaming: Digital Challenges to Oppression and Social Injustice edited by Kishonna L. Gray, David J. Leonard
In Defense of Twitter Feminism
Call-out culture, gentrification on social media and the politics of feminist discourse online.
by Suey Park & David J. Leonard on February 3rd, 2014
Leonard, D.J. (2006). “Not a Hater, Just Keepin It Real: The Importance of Race and Gender Based Game Studies,” Games and Culture, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 83–88.
Leonard, D.J., King, C. R.* (2006). “Racing the Matrix: Variations on White Supremacy in Responses to the film Trilogy,” in Cultural Studies <=> Critical Methodologies, Vol. 6, No. 3, pp. 354–369.
Leonard, D.J. (2007). “Innocent until Proven Innocent: In Defense of Duke Lacrosse and White Power (and against the Jewish media, menacing black student-athletes, activists and strippers).” In Journal of Sport and Social Issues, Vol. 31, No. 1, pp. 25–44.
"Leonard, D.J. (2007). “Performing Blackness: Sports, Video Games, Minstrelsy, and Becoming the Other in an Era of White Supremacy,” invited chapter in Mary Flanagan and Austin Booth, eds., Re: Skin, pp. 321–339, MIT Press."
"Leonard, D.J. & Peterson, J.B. (2012, January 16). “Attacking the Black Woman.” http://loop21.com/life/protecting-black-womans-body-when-no-else-will
Leonard, D.J. (2008). “To the White Extreme in the Mainstream: Manhood and White Youth Culture in a Virtual Sports World,” in Michael Giardina and Michele Donnelly, eds. Youth Cultures & Sport: Identity, Power, and Politics, pp. 91-112. Routledge.
Leonard, D.J.,* Hulst, J. (2007). “Unraveling the Prison Industrial Complex: Race and Mass Incarceration in Oregon,” in Jun Xing, Erlinda Gonzales-Berry, Patti Sukurai, Robert Thompson, and Kurt Peters, eds., Seeing Color: Indigenous Peoples and Racialized Ethnic Minorities in Oregon, pp. 225-237, University Press of America