REGINOLD ROYSTON Ph.D.
Re-Assembling Ghana: Diaspora, Homeland and ICT
Aural Circuits: Soulcraft in Footwork and Azonto
Code & Power: An Intersectional Analysis of Web Culture
Africa + The Internet — Digital Diasporas
Media & Design Work:
Atomic Junction: Nuclear Science in an African Suburb
(video documentary - best on desktop)
Juneteenth as a Communicative Event
(multimedia lecture for UC Berkeley Data Cultures course)
Areas of research:
Civic App development
Community & Technology Engagement
IT infrastructure & media in Africa
Black social media
History and Philosophy of Technology
Black Diaspora Studies
I am an academic researcher, new media
strategist, and a tech
I study civic innovation,
online education, and
tech and media in Africa and
in underserved communities
in the United States.
I am an Assistant Professor at the iSchool and the Department of
African Cultural Studies at the
University of Wisconsin, Madison. I completed
my doctorate at the
University of California, Berkeley.
African Studies Association
National Assoc. of
My complete CV is here.
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