Rachel Kuo

Rachel Kuo (@rachelkuo) researches race, social movements, and digital technologies. She is currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Center for Information, Technology, and Public Life in the School of Information and Library Sciences at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. She holds a PhD in Media, Culture, and Communication from New York University. Her current project interrogates the concept of ‘solidarity’ across media objects and platforms and demonstrates how technologies enhance and foreclose possibilities for political organization across uneven racial and class differences. Her writing has appeared in New Media and Society, Journal of Communication, the Routledge Companion to Asian American Media, Teen Vogue, Huffington Post, Open Democracy, and Everyday Feminism. She is also a co-founder of the Asian American Feminist Collective.

Selected Publications:
  1. Marwick, A., Kuo, R., Cameron, S. J., & Weigel, M. (2021). Critical disinformation studies: A syllabus. Center for Information, Technology, and Public Life.
  2. Kuo, R., Zhang, A., Shaw, V., & Wang, C. (2020). #FeministAntibodies: Asian American media in the time of Coronavirus. Social Media + Society.
  3. Agbebiyi, K., Hamid, S. T., Kuo, R., & Mohapatra, M. (2020). Abolition cannot wait: Visions for transformation and radical world-building. Wear Your Voice Mag.
  4. Kuo, R. (Ed.) (2020). Care in the time of coronavirus. Asian American Feminist Collective. [Zine.]
  5. Washington, A. L., & Kuo, R. (2020). Whose side are ethics on?: Power, responsibility, and the social good. Proceedings of the 2020 Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency (pp. 230-240).
  6. Kuo, R. (Ed.) (2019). How to make history. Asian American Feminist Collective. [Zine.]
  7. Kuo. R. (Ed.) (2018). Building an Asian American feminist movement. Asian American Feminist Collective. [Zine.]
  8. Kuo, R. (2018). Racial justice activist hashtags: Counterpublics and discourse circulation. New Media and Society.
  9. Kuo, R. (2018). Visible solidarities: #Asians4BlackLives and affective racial counterpublics. Studies of Transition States and Society, 10(2), 40-54.