COVID-19 impact: Noliwe Rooks on representing oneself online
By Susan Kelley
Interdisciplinary scholar Noliwe Rooks discusses how people curate their home spaces, now that much of work and school is conducted from home via video conferencing. The pandemic has also underlined our need for human contact, she says. Rooks is the W.E.B. Du Bois Professor of Literature in the College of Arts and Sciences. Her work looks at how race and gender impact – and are impacted by – popular culture, social history and political life in the United States.
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