Research

Book Projects

 

Biased Render: Interventions in Settler Digitality (in progress)

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Articles and Chapters

“Going to the Water: Counterflows in Indigenous Activist Media and Environment” (under review, Native American and Indigenous Studies)

“Indigenous Photobomb Art and Ethnographic Re-Memefication” (under review, Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies)

“Narrative Mechanics in Indigenous Gamespace” (under review, Journal of Games Criticism)

“Connecting the Dots: Digital Cartography and Native Resistance to Settler-Colonial Gender Violence.” (under review, Media, Culture, Society)

“Hybrid Documentary Aesthetics in Indigenous Animation and Videogames.” (under review, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies)

“Indigenous Surveillance Cinema: Indian Education and the Undead Truant On-Screen.” (under review, Film Quarterly)

“Critical Ecological Protocols in Indigenous Game Design.” (under review, Games & Culture: A Journal of Interactive Media)

"Modeling Resistance: Indigenous Computational Bodies and Settler-Colonial Violence." “The Women, They Hold the Ground”: Indigenous Women's Digital Media in North America. Eds. Joanna Hearne and Karrmen Crey. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2019. (forthcoming)

"Biased Render: Indigenous Bodies in Algorithmic Production."  Screen Bodies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Experience, Perception, and Display. Special Issue: "Screening Indigenous Bodies." (forthcoming 2019)

“Remediating the ‘Famous Indian Artist’:  Native Aesthetics Beyond Tourism and Tragedy.”  Studies in American Indian Literatures 30.2 (Summer 2018), 79-105.

“Consuming the Wiindigoo: Native Figurations of Hunger and Food Bureaucracy.” The Aesthetics and Politics of Global Hunger. Eds. Anastasia Ulanowicz and Manisha Basu. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. 229.257.

“Ecological Protocols in Indigenous Game Design.” In Media Res: "Moral Media." May 2017.

“Beasts of Burden: How Literary Animals Remap the Aesthetics of Removal.” Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society, 3.2 (Fall 2014): 60-82.

“Navigating the ‘Erotic Conversion’: Transgression and Sovereignty in Native Literatures of the Northern Plains.” Beyond the Border: Tensions across the Forty-Ninth Parallel in the Great Plains and Prairies. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2013. 

Contact

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Tel: 214.641.0490 // Email: j.d.miner@ku.edu

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