Moya Bailey (@moyazb) is an assistant professor in the Department of Cultures, Societies, and Global Studies and the program in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Northeastern University. Her work focuses on Black women’s use of digital media to promote social justice as acts of self-affirmation and health promotion. She is interested in how race, gender, and sexuality are represented in media and medicine. She currently curates the #transformDH Tumblr initiative in Digital Humanities (DH). She is a monthly sustainer of the Allied Media Conference, through which she is able to bridge her passion for social justice and her work in DH.
- Bailey, M. (2021). Misogynoir transformed: Black women’s digital resistance. New York University Press.
- Jackson, S. J., Bailey, M., & Foucault Welles, B. (2020). #HashtagActivism: Networks of race and gender justice. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
- Jackson, S. J., Bailey, M., & Foucault Welles, B. (2019). Women tweet on violence: From #YesAllWomen to #MeToo. ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media & Technology, 15.
- Jackson, S. J., Bailey, M., & Foucault Welles, B. (2017). #GirlsLikeUs: Trans advocacy and community building online. New Media and Society.
- Bailey, M. (2016). Misogynoir in medical media: On Caster Semenya and R. Kelly. Catalyst: Feminism, Theory, Technoscience, 2(2).
- Bailey, M. (2016). Redefining representation: Black trans and queer women’s digital media production. Screen Bodies, 1(1), 71-86.
- Bailey, M., & Miller, S. J. (2015). When margins become centered: Black queer women in front and outside of the classroom. Feminist Formations, 27(3): 168-188.
- Bailey, M., Cong-Huyen, A., Lothian, A., & Phillips, A. (2016). Reflections on a movement: #transformDH, growing up. Debates in the Digital Humanities.
- Bailey, M. (2015). #transform(ing)DH writing and research: An autoethnography of digital humanities and feminist ethics. Digital Humanities Quarterly, 9(2).
- Bailey, M. Z. (2011). All the digital humanists are white, all the nerds are men, but some of us are brave. Journal of Digital Humanities, 1(1).