Author: D'Arcee Neal

D'Arcee is an English PhD student studying disability and black digital media in Afrofuturism. He believes the future is both accessible, and in Wakanda, forever.

If you’d asked me anytime before 2017 what the term “digital rhetoric” meant, I probably wouldn’t have any idea aside from a picture of Aristotle rocking with an iPad in my head. These days, I think of it as one of those amorphous undefined kind of terms that showcases the wealth of all things it can be, while simultaneously carving out a specific niche in our current world of cyber culture, and this is why I like it. For me, it represents the different kind of intentionality that resides in the content throughout the digital world, and my particular brand…

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