Check out my book, academic articles, essays, and podcasts.

From analyses of far-right politics, to reflections on post-custodial metadata praxis, to studies of celebrity vampires.

Edwards, Emily. 2023. Digital Islamophobia: Tracking a Far-Right Crisis. Berlin: De Gruyter.

Edwards, Emily. 2023. "These celebrities are serving vampire." Polygon.

Edwards, Emily and David F. Stephens Jr. 2023. "(Hash)tagging intersection(ality): Black and Palestinian experiences on Twitter." Communication, Culture, and Critique.

Edwards, Emily. 2023. "Pink Miasma: Experiential Shopping at Glossier Williamsburg." Black Lipstick.

Edwards, Emily. 2023. “Workers Of The World BeReal!: BeReal And The Performance Of Labor.” Flow.

Edwards, Emily. 2023. “Digitizing the Archive: Historicizing Latinx Issues in Northwest Ohio.” The International Journal of Information, Diversity, & Inclusion (IJIDI) 6 (4): 8-31.

Radhika Gajjala, Emily Lynell Edwards, Debipreeta Rahut, Ololade Margaret Faniyi, Bedadyuti Jha, Jhalak Jain, Aiman Khan, and Saadia Farooq. "Transnationalising Dadis as Feminist Political/Activist Subjects. Feminist Encounters: A Journal of Critical Studies in Culture and Politics 7(1), 08: 1-15.

Edwards, Emily. 2023. “Big Tech vs. the Ivory Tower? AI Technology and the Death of the Student Essay.” EdTech Digest.

Edwards, Emily. 2022. “Truth and Social Justice Can Overlap.” The Chronicle.

Edwards, Emily. 2022. “Musk is right: Twitter should be treated like a public square.” The Drum.

Edwards, Emily, Sarah Ford, Radhika Gajjala, Padmini Murray, and Kiran Bhatia. 2021.“Shaheen Bagh: Making Sense of (Re)emerging “Subaltern” Feminist Political Subjectivities in Hashtag Publics Through Critical, Feminist Interventions.” New Media + Society.

Edwards, Emily, and Sarah Ford. 2021. “Women of Shaheen Bagh in Transnational Digital Publics.” Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion 37 (2): 163–66.

Edwards, Emily, and Robin Hershkowitz. 2021. “Books Aren’t Dead: Resurrecting Audio Technology and Feminist Digital Humanities Approaches to Publication and Authorship.” Digital Humanities Quarterly DHQ, Special Issue AudioVisual DH, 15 (1).

Edwards, Emily. 2020. “24-Hours in the Alt-Right Media Ecosystem: Analyzing Race, Space, and Labor in Breitbart’s Coverage of the Mollie Tibbetts Murder.” Critical Studies in Media Communication 38 (1): 32–45.

Edwards, Emily. 2020. “The Israel Film Fund: Interstitial Production in Palestinian Cinema and Patterns of Israeli National Branding and Censorship.” The Projector: A Journal on Film, Media, and Culture 20 (2).

“Dr. Sahar Khamis and Arab Women's Activism and Socio-Political Transformation.” Books Aren’t Dead. September 2020.

“Nicholas Taylor and Masculinities in Play.” Books Aren’t Dead. July 2020.

Edwards, Emily. 2019. “Out of Place: Refugees Navigating Nation and Culture in Former East Germany.” In The SAGE Handbook of Media and Migration, edited by Kevin Smets, Koen Leurs, Myria Georgiou, Saskia Witteborn, and Radhika Gajjala, 233–46. London, UK: SAGE Publications.

“Polina Kroik and the Cultural Production and the Politics of Women’s Work.” Books Aren’t Dead. November 2019.

“Carol Stabile and the Broadcast 41.” Books Aren’t Dead. April 2019.

Edwards, Emily. 2018. “‘Searching for a Room of One’s Own: Rethinking the Iranian Diaspora in “Persepolis,” “Shahs of Sunset” and “A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night.’” Glocalism: Journal of Politics, Culture, and Innovation 3 (2017): 1–29.

Edwards, Emily. “At last, a government for Germany.” New York Transatlantic. February, 2018.

Edwards, Emily. “The Order is Rapidly Fadin’ Bob Dylan and the Nobel Prize.” Public Seminar. October, 2016.